So me being me thought I'd create my own 'caviar' manicure. This post is going to going to be very useful if you're after one of the kits as I will potentially save you a lot of money so if you're thinking of buying a Ciate caviar manicure kit or just like the look of the caviar manicure then please keep on reading.
To give you a little insight, my caviar manicure costs a mere £2.60 whereas the Ciate caviar manicure costs £18.00. That's a difference of £15.40. That £15.00 could buy you 3 Model's Own nail varnishes, 15 MUA nail varnishes or 15 ASDA naan breads.
To create Cole's caviar nails you will need:
You can use any nail varnish and top coat of your choice.
I bought these micro beads on eBay and they only cost £2.60 for 20g. The seller has different colours and different weights too. Here is the link: Micro Beads
Any plastic container will be fine, as long as it's quite deep.
If you would like to create my version of the caviar manicure all you have to do is follow my nice and easy steps:
1.) Apply one coat of nail varnish to your nails.
2.) Apply a second coat of nail varnish to your nails, do NOT let the nail varnish dry.
3.) Place your hand into the plastic container and directly sprinkle the beads over your nail. Tap off the excess and press the beads into your nail.
4.) All that's left is to seal the edges of your nails with a top coat and you're done!
Not only is the caviar manicure simple to do, it's also fun and quirky. I don't think I've ever seen anything like it and can sense that 3D nail art is going to be hot hot hot!
The only thing I purchased for my caviar manicure is the beads, and I'm pretty sure that's the only thing anyone will need to buy as the majority of people own a nail varnish and a tub.
So will you be splurging out on the Ciate caviar manicure or are you going to try out my version of the caviar manicure? After all, you are saving yourself £15.40.
Thanks for reading and I hope this tutorial has been helpful!