Two coats of this Alessandro nailpolish, not sure what it is called as I bought it as a collection of four minis and it doesn't have a name - it's a pearly off white
Ciate Limited Edition Very Colourfoil Manicure, foil in Frost [silver]
next foil I added is the Feisty [green]
next Flirt [copper]
and finally Flash [holographic]
finished off with Sally Hansen Insta Dri Topcoat
Ciate Very Colourfoil Manicure kit: you get a nail chart, foil glue, foil in six shades:
Flash [silver holographic], Fizz [gold dotted holographic], Feisty [green], Fling [fuchsia], Flirt [copper], and Frost [silver] + a full size nailpolish in Cream Soda [a grey cream, which I didn't use in this look].
Hey Beauties! I have created this foil nail look inspired by the nails I saw on Palmer Harding runway show for SS14. Foil nails will be big next year! And what I love about the nail foils is that they are super easy to use, and you can get as creative as you want with them! So here is how I did it: Starting off with a base of your choice to always protect your nails [mine is OPI Nail Envy The Original], then I went for a pearly shimmery off white as the base colour, applying two coats.
Next, layer after layer I applied the nail foils, starting with a silver, then green, copper and lastly holographic silver. Wait until the nailpolish has dried and then apply a thin layer of the foil glue to the area you want the foil to stick to, then with the matte side down touch down the foil and gently press on top then lift the foil sheet off. It's important to let the glue dry a little, it should go from a white to a transparent, then you can press the foil on. And that is it!