.Cheltenham Manicure – Horse and Turf.

Yesterday we went to the races in Cheltenham so i took the opportunity to give my nails a racing feel!

On the day i opted for green flocked accent nails to match the Cheltenham course! A few weeks back i tried out Glitter Nail Wraps* for this first time and found them really easy to use, so when Goldleaf announced they were now selling a Flocked Version* i couldn’t wait to give them a go! They work just the same as the glitter wraps – just stick on, heat with a hairdryer, smooth and trim. So easy and no carpet covered in flocking fibre, bonus! Unfortunately i’m a bit of a picker when it comes to things like this so i decided to take them off today and replace them with some adorable little nail stickers i had in my nail box in the hopes of getting a few more days out of this mani. I also couldn’t resist sticking a few studs on top of my new China Glaze colours – it’s all about the studs this season that’s for sure.

Polish: China Glaze Call of the Wild & Mahogany Magic, Konad Special Polish in Black* & White*, Models Own Grace Green and Deborah Lippmann Boom Boom Pow* (blog post coming soon for this gorgeous glitter polish!). As for the studs i used: 1.5mm Round Studs*, 2mm Square Studs*, 4mm Square Studs*.

You can grab a set of Flocked Nail Wraps from Goldleaf Craft Supplies HERE! And if you’d like to stud up you can buy everything you need from BornPrettyStore HERE and get 10% off with the code AMYJ61!

Are you studding up your nails this season? What do you think about the idea of flocked nail wraps vs flocking powder?

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xax