Holiday Nail Ideas to Bring on the Cheer!

Glittery Tips

Whether they are just glittery tips or glitter that moves from your tip to mid-nail, this is one trend that looks fantastic with any holiday polish color!

How to get this look:

1. Apply base coat

2. Apply one or two coats of color (if desired)

3. For defined line, apply glitter polish to nail tips only

4. For non-defined line, apply glitter starting at the tip, allow most of glitter to settle at tip, then slowly work less & less glitter toward mid nail

5.  Apply second coat of glitter if desired

6. Apply top coat

My favorite holiday glitters:

Zoya ‘Electra’
China Glaze ‘Blonde Bombshell’
Deborah Lippmann ‘Do Ya Think I’m Sexy?

White on White Glitter

Get this cool snowy look by using both white polish and white glitter!

How to get this look:

1. Apply one coat of base coat

2. Apply one or two coats of white nail polish

3. Apply one or two coats of white or clear glitter nail polish

4. Apply top coat

My favorite white & white glitter polish:

Orly ‘White Out’
China Glaze ‘Snow Globe’

Snowflakes on Blue

Choose a darker blue to get the night-time look and use a glitter polish on top for the glistening snow effect!

How to get this look:

1. Apply base coat

2. Apply one or two coats of blue nail polish

3. Use white striper polish to create snow flake design

4. Use dotter tool with white polish to create larger flakes of snow

5. Apply one light coat of silver, fine glitter nail polish (if desired)

6. Apply top coat

My favorite tools for this look:

Orly Instant Artist Striper Brush ‘Crisp White’
Zoya ‘Ibiza’
China Glaze ‘Silver Lining’
Orly Instant Artist Dotter Tool
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