Bring the bling with minimal effort! Stick-ons are an inexpensive way for people to express themselves, says nail artist Chi Chi, of Nails By Chi Chi. Best of all, they aren’t permanent, so they can literally change with your mood or outfit. Stick-ons are also great if you’re trying to grow your nails because they protect the natural nail, she adds. Try Elegant Touch Nails in Deco (R110, Dis-Chem). Cut and dried This geometric gem showcases negative space – where a portion of the nail is left bare – for a cool new take on colour blocking.
1/ Apply a base coat and allow to dry fora minute. 2/ Cut a piece of masking tape into a long, skinny triangle and press it down on a slant across the centre of each nail bed. 3/Paint above the tape using a bright candy-pink (try Yardley Gel Lac Nails in Fuschia, R60) and below it with a vivid red (like MAC Nail Lacquer in Shirelle, R140). Repeat for a second coat. 4/ Allow polish to set, then remove tape. Brush on top coat diagonally to prevent colours from running. Finish lines Polish off your FITastic look with lacquer that brings out the colours in your trainers.
We’re so amped for our Fit Night Out party on 6 Feb, we’re jumping all over this trend! Book your ticket – visit WomensHealthSA.co.za. 1/ Brush on a base coat, then two coats of a reddish-pink shade (ora colour that matches your gear). Try Avon Colour Trend Nail Enamel in Hot(R40). 2/Using a thin brush, draw a white line diagonally acrossthe right cornerof your right-hand nails, and the left corner of your left-hand nails. Then repeat with black above the white. Try Sally Hansen Hard as Nails Xtreme Wear Nail Colour in White On and Black Out (R50 each). 3/ Allow polish to dry, then apply top coat. Racing stripes achieved!
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