Metallic snowflakes Winter nail art.

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Hello there nailmates!

Silver and metallic purple snowflakes over black and glitter
Metallic Snowflakes

Christmas might be over but winter is not and snowflakes either, we are facing a cold front here in Tx. and for me the best way to handle the wintry weather is: "to drink a copycat caramel macchiato, while watching netflix and painting my nails with glitter nail polish!, with all the New Year's Eve celebrations looming ahead  a set of edgy glam metallic snowflakes will look fantastic next to my monochromatic closet for the season, in other words I wear black in every shade all the seasons. If you are only trying to find out what plates or polish I used scroll all the way down.

Macro picture of metallic silver, purple snowflakes over black and glitter
Silver, Purple Macro

I started with cnd stickey base coat as my base, once it dried up painted 2 coats of black nail polish; my black polish go to is usually Sally hansen: Hard as Nails in Black Heart, I love (love, love) the thin brush, it might take 2 coats but it's so easy to apply, after I used seche on top to shorten the drying  time, once the nails were dry I painted them with Polish TBH (to be honest): My birthday tutu and fished for a couple of chunky glitters which I placed in the bald spots with a toothpick again topped with some more topcoat and stamped some snowflakes in metallic purple and silver, one more layer of Seche Vite and later added one last coat of  matte topcoat. 

Thank you so much for reading,

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Polishes

Sally Hansen Hard as Nail: "Black Heart", Polish TBH: "My birthday tutu"

Stamping Polishes
Pure Ice: "Silver mercedes", T Polish

Stamping Plates

BPL-32, B Loves Plates "Let it snow" (UR Beautiful 16)

Topcoat

Seche Vite, Wild Shine Matte Topcoat

Base Coat

CND Stickey base coat

Stamper

Clear round


silver decorative line rule

PS.If you're interested to see more of my nail art (the good ones and the fails too), you could either stalk me on Instagram or Facebook and please remember English is not my first language and I would appreciate an email if you spot any grammatical horrors (error like: spelling, diction or syntax)


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