The right way to mix and match your nail colors using Girlstuff’s amazing array of shades!
Color block nails are taking center stage right now, and we aren’t the least bit surprised. Aside from this trend being easy to do, skill wise, it’s also a nail art look we can do with nail colors you may already have at home. If you need more colors, there’s a whole lot to choose from at www.calyxta.com where #ProudlyLocal brand, Girlstuff, is now finally available. But first, here’s a general guide on how you can successfully pull off nail art on your own:
Prepare your base. File your nails and push your cuticles back. Use a protective base coat, then use a preferred shade as your base color (if applicable). White is always a good hue for a base. Girlstuff Solique’s Anchor Grip Base Coat, P180 is a fave of ours because it provides a smooth surface that allows nail polish to adhere properly. Another great plus? It prevents staining!
Apply tape on the nail to create sections. Place tape on the middle of the nail, parting two sections diagonally—or wherever you’d like the design to go.
Remove the tape. Slowly pull off the tape while your nails are still wet. Clean up the edges. Dip an angled brush or cotton swab in acetone, and slowly remove excess polish from the edges of your nails.
Apply a topcoat. Be sure to wait a few minutes for the polishes to dry, because you don’t want the colors to run. Girlstuff Solique Gel Top Coat, P200
Take a look at some of these cool colors you can use to create color block nails!
Girlstuff Solique Gel Top CoatPHP 200 Add To Cart Quick View
Girlstuff Solique Anchor Grip Base CoatPHP 180 Add To Cart Quick View
Girlstuff Solique Gel Nail PolishPHP 180 Choose Option Quick View
Girlstuff Nail Revive Base CoatPHP 150 Add To Cart Quick View
Girlstuff Fast Dry Top CoatPHP 150 Add To Cart Quick View
Girlstuff Nail PolishPHP 150 Choose Option Quick View
Inglot O2M Breathable Nail Enamel
PHP 650Choose Option Quick View
Orly Smartgel Collection Nail PolishPHP 385 Choose Option Quick View