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Today I’ll be showing you how to do your own Shattered Glass nails at home. Products used are listed below
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This trend apparently originated in Korea, but it’s all over at this point – I’ve rarely seen a trend blow up so fast! So of course I had to give it a try – not bad for my first attempt if I do say so myself. They do sell stickers with this design, but it’s pretty easy to DIY with some cellophane. It unfortunately did NOT wear very well, but I think I know how to improve that and I’m looking forward to trying it again soon =)

On my nails – Plum Shimmer French Tip: https://youtu.be/nl-PeIIM5MI

►Nail polish and products used◄
-Base coat (of your choice)
-Orly – Liquid Vinyl: http://amzn.to/1U1ZOJT
-Sally Hansen – Invisible: http://amzn.to/1Phyjx1
-Iridescent Cellophane: http://amzn.to/1S3lcyz
-Seche Vite Fast Dry Top Coat: http://amzn.to/1K9HQUE
-Orange stick: http://amzn.to/1U20nmV or Tweezers: http://amzn.to/1E7Fzs0

►Step-by-Step◄
-Before beginning your manicure, cut up some of the cellophane into small triangles & other shapes
-Then start out with clean, dry nails and apply a base coat
-Use Liquid Vinyl as your base color
-Use Invisible as your “glue” and carefully place the triangles of cellophane with your orange stick
-Trim off any overhanging edges
-Finish with top coat!

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20 replies
  1. Amy Ann
    Amy Ann says:

    I love this. I just don’t understand why this has so many downvotes. What’s wrong with people? Some people forget that content creators spend so much time and energy to put out videos for us. They don’t appreciate the hard work.

  2. nails_n_nature
    nails_n_nature says:

    Hello! I'm an old follower of your channel, I really like your designs. I have a question for u: Have you ever tried a nail stamper? And I have a tip: When my nails are longer, I use basecoat under them, they get beautiful and stronger. Thank you for all your tips. Congratulations. Cya 🙂

  3. Anita Flowers
    Anita Flowers says:

    I like the look, but also looks really lumpy that I don't like to have stuff sticking up or off my nails, I will have to try  the smaller cuts like you mentioned

  4. kc8ueu
    kc8ueu says:

    This is the neatest idea! Took two weeks to find the cellophane and I'm going to try it tomorrow. Now if I only had nice long nails…! Keep experimenting, Collette; you are a great teacher!

  5. Julie Bromley
    Julie Bromley says:

    I have tried this technique too I Like it better when there is more spaces in between and smaller pieces of cellophane, I'd like to try it on lighter back ground too.

  6. All Lacquered Up
    All Lacquered Up says:

    This "cellophane" is actually referred to as "mylar" in the nail world.. I've been using this in nails for the last 11 years.. 😉 You can buy a bag or pretty cheap at any craft store.. ESPECIALLY this time of year.. Think "christmas snow".. Although.. I mix mine in with acrylic powder and it lays flat encapsulated within the acrylic.. so no lifting etc.. you can try gel? but you would have to thicken it up and file the rest off.. 😉

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