This is how to do the HOTTEST nail trend of 2016!
It's a lot easier than they lead you to believe
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Not my handy work but an example of the #chromenails supplies which are on their way to @nailedbylarouge HQ ! Items are on their way from the #dailycharme in the USA and on their way to your claws ladies! I will be posting as soon as these pots of heaven arrive and chrome nails will be in stock!! ✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨ #nailart #nailartclub #nailartaddict #nailartoohlala #nailartwow #mermaid #nailartheaven #nailpolish #nailartist #nailartdesign #nailartofinstagram #retro #nailartcult #nailartdesigns #nailpromote #sydneysbest #featurenails #nails #NOTD #drag #nailedbylarouge #sydney #sydneynailartist #aehair
Right now, I am SO into metallics. From Kylie Jenner's metallic lip kit range, to metallic finishes on shoes and bags, I'm all about the shine! So when I saw this nail trend, I knew I had to try it!
Chrome nails are the shiniest nail finish yet. They create a mirror-like effect that you'd think could only be achieved by using fake nails - but this is all real! Find out how to DIY on the next page...
The chrome nail effect isn't achieved using polish or stick-ons. The technique requires a special powder that is buffed over a gel finish, creating this unique mirror effect. That means you can create any metallic colour by choosing the colour of your polish. However, since the technique uses gel polish to get the look, you'd usually need to have your gel nails done professionally, or invest in equipment such as a UV lamp.
But with the tutorial on the next page, you can achieve this look with no fancy equipment! It's an easy DIY that you can do at home in minutes!
So don't let anybody fool you - this is a gorgeous look you can get WITHOUT forking out the cash to have it done professionally. This is definitely a nail trend I'll be following this season! How about you? :)