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Fall Glitter Nails

If you don't know what to do with all that loose glitter or glitter polish you have, why not sponge them onto your nails to make a gorgeous fall inspired glittery nails.


As a girl with a huge passion for glitter I usually have glitter in all forms so what better way to use them than to combine my love for glitter and nails. It's really simple to do, start off with any base colour of your choice. I choose a dark berry from Orly called Smolder. This is the colour that will shine through the glitter.
Next simple randomly sponge on different coloured glitters or glitter polish. If you are using loose glitters, pour some of your glitter into clear polish and then sponge onto the nail.

For this design I simply used golds and oranges so the dark red base shined through. Two coats of top coats is all you will need to smoothen out your fall inspired glitter nails. Now just enjoy.

XOXO
Bellezza Bee

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