We have just witnessed the first weekend at Coachella and saw that glittery space buns ruled the day. If you love glitter and bling, but do not think that dusting chunky glitter on your hair is your preferred way to include some sparkle into your look, you have come to the right place.
We are seeing a lot of simplistic, minimalist gold nail art doing the rounds and we bring the best designs that will hit the sweet spot between blingy and understated.
Minimal lines allow for stacked finger rings
When you want to go heavy on the finger bling, keep your nail art minimal so it does not clash with the jewellery you want to wear.
How to get it: Cut thin strips of sticky tape and keep them ready. Apply clear base coat or in a neutral colour and allow it to dry. Place the sticky tape in the pattern you want and pain over with golden nail paint.
You can again use sticky tape and place it in any pattern that you wish and paint various shapes using the stencils.
If you passed school with good cursive writing skills, use it to good advantage when you next do your nails!
How to get it: Paint your nails with a neutral colour and use a very fine brush dipped in gold nail paint to write messages that are special to you!
This look is just what you need to feel like royalty. It looks complicated, but we assure you it is easier than you think!
How to get it: Paint your nails with a neutral or clear colour. Then dip a toothpick or the rounded end of a bobby pin in gold nail paint. Gently dab dots on your and use a clean toothpick to extend the gold dots into leaf shapes.
Another look you can get with the dot-and-pull method is this lovely side nail design. One you learn the dot- and-pull method you can create any number of designs you want.
How to get it: Dip a toothpick or the round end of a bobby pin in gold nail paint and place little dots along the nail edge. Now use the sharp end of a clean toothpick to gently ‘pull out’ the golden dot to look like a leaf or tear drop shape.