Christmas is coming, so it is time to impress your clients with some festive claws.
So here we are along with our fabulous partner Bethel Coleman to give you some holly jolly nail inspiration from the simple to the all our festive extravaganza nails!!
Red Nose Rudolph
Now nothing says Christmas more than some red glitter. Here Bethel Coleman has used Lecenté Flame Fireworks glitter for a deep vibrant red and the Rudolph feature nail gives a Christmas WOW factor. Using a steady hand with the Lecenté D2 detailer brush this reindeer is relatively easy to achieve with simple line work. Finish your reindeer with a glitter nose using a glitter paste of Flame with your chosen top coat using a 1:3 ratio (glitter to top coat).
Christmas Glitter Nails
Short on time or not too confident when it comes to nail art? Do not worry, you can still create a fabulous Christmas set with full coverage glitter. Pair up a gorgeous green glitter with a red glitter and you have yourself a set of festive nails! Here Bethel has created a bespoke green mix using Emerald, Flame and Spark glitter and the red is our ever popular Flame Fireworks glitter. We also recommend Winter Wonderland or Cardinal glitter as perfect reds for this time of year.
Now we couldn’t have some Christmas nail inspo without some gold in there. Here we have one of our most popular gold shades; Sand ultra fine. Sleigh Bells glitter is also a beautiful gold option for this time of year. These simple snowflakes have been created using the D3 brush.
There are always going to be those clients who are not keen on the traditional Christmas colours, so this black and white set is something festively classic. Arm yourself with the Lecenté D2 and D3 detailer brushes to create some simple Christmas outlines.
If there is a hidden artist inside of you then this time of year is a perfect opportunity to show off your skills! Our D2 detailer brush is perfect for those more intricate designs and we think these Christmas lights are just the cutest!
Have a look at some of our favourite Winter colours in our Winter Glitters Post.