Glitter Tips

I finally found a place for all the leftover gold glitter I had from when I made my DIY pumps: on the tips of my nails. Although I know it will be a total pain to remove, I decided to apply the gold glitter to the tips of my nails for a sparkly holiday-themed french tip manicure. Nail art really isn’t my speciality but it is nice to get creative every once in a while. What types of polishes or art are you exhibiting on your nails for the holidays?

P.S. I am on my way to Connecticut today to spend Christmas with my cousins. Happy Holidays everyone and safe travels!

11 Comments | in Beauty, Tutorials

11 Responses to Glitter Tips

  1. woo! looks so festive, love how it turned out. i am a huge glitter fanatic

  2. Grace says:

    Love doing these! Have a fab Christmas!!

  3. Kacrates says:

    I am in a DIY mood thanks to you. I feel like getting some glitter. Martha Stewart decorations!

  4. Allycia says:

    Love this look! I just did a glitter mani on my blog using gold Martha Stewart Tinsel Glitter 🙂 perfect for the holidays!


  5. LOVE this! It is so cute!! I live in CT, what part are you coming to? 🙂


  6. Silvertigo says:

    I gave a shot using Konad stamping nail art stuff 😉 your nails look amazing! Good luck taking that off later 😀 xoxo

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