China Glaze Glitter Placement

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When I received the new China Glaze Surprise! collection I knew I had to do some glitter placement. Glitter placement used to be my favorite thing to do before I started devoting myself like crazy to hand painted nail art. What I love about it is that its so easy to do (though time consuming) yet it looks so advanced! Great for a beginner in nail art.

I first painted my nails with 2 coats of China Glaze At Vase Value from their new City Flourish collection. I had somewhat of a difficult time with application but once I figured it out it went on fine. It came out slightly streaky, so I painted my first coat thin and even, then the second coat I did thicker, worked like a charm! 🙂

The glitters from the Surprise! collection work AMAZING for glitter placement. They each have a variety of colors so they are super fun. This particular glitter is Glitter UpFor glitter placement I blobbed out the glitter polish on a piece of foil, then picked up the glitters one by one and placed them on the nail. Since they are in a clear polish that adhered them to the nail, but you can also dip them in a top coat.

I let the glitters set for a minute to dry and then added on some top coat.

Have you tried the glitter placement technique before?

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  • Alice April 02, 2014 05.54 pm

    hello,this is Alice from http://www.bornprettystore.com
    Are you still interested in reviewing our nail art items .
    I know you have had a good cooperation with us in 2012.
    If you are still interested please feel free to contact me via blog@bornprettystore.com
    Look forward to hearing from you soon.
    Nice day,
    Alice

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  • Puspita Nilam Hapsari April 03, 2014 08.42 am

    Really simple yet cute, Chelsea. I do always love your nail designs.
    Keep posting 😀

    with love,
    http://inathaita.blogspot.com

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  • Sarah Cooper April 05, 2014 03.54 pm

    In mu opinion, China glaze and OPI are the best nail lacquers lately. This nail design is very gentle and feminine, yet modern without coming off as tacky. Ah, I wish I had the same amount of ability to paint my nails as I adore having cool nails.

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  • Karol April 07, 2014 11.22 am

    Great mani 🙂 .. Never tried it so thank you for the idea

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  • Catherine Dream April 12, 2014 02.47 pm

    Love the different patterns!

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