Having a girly three year old at home, we have a lot of fun painting our nails. My daughter gets so excited when I agree to let her paint my nails. She is surprisingly good but most days I spend a few minutes with polish remover before I leave the house. This week she begged me to paint my nails with glitter polish. Don’t get me wrong, I love glitter, but I wasn’t up for a full glitter manicure. We compromised and I ended up with a colorful glittery french manicure.
My daughter’s favorite part of painting our nails is picking the polish. We decided [my daughter convinced me] my nails should be bright pink and purple. For this manicure I used e.l.f. “Fluorescent”, Sally Hanson Hard as Nails Xtreme Wear “Rockstar Pink”, and Revlon Extra Life No Chip Top Coat.
|Excuse the poor condition of the polish bottles. My daughter is a messy artist.|
Start with two coats of pink. Let nails dry completely and then carefully add a thin line of glitter polish to the tip of your nails. The Sally Hansen polish was thick and made it very easy to draw a straight line by hand. When polish is dry, apply a second layer for more sparkle. Finish your nails with a top coat.
My daughter said they look fantastic. I agree. You can’t go wrong with hot pink and purple glitter!
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