1920’s Pink Champagne | New Year’s Eve Mani

Hey everyone! Today I have a tutorial using one of Maniology’s new plates, New Year: Art Deco (m260)*. This plate gives me all the 1920’s Great Gatsby vibes and I’m totally obsessed! To give these geometric designs some lustre I used pink and gold chrome powders, channeling pink champagne for a festive evening!

This post contains products received in PR*

  1. For this manicure, I started by applying a peel off base coat (UNT Ready for Takeoff)
  2. For my base I used a black (China Glaze Liquid Leather) topped with a pink holo and flakie topper (Maniology Glisten*). Because these polishes dried with some tack to them, I topped them off with a matte top coat (Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure Matte Top Coat) and let that dry completely to ensure the chrome powders only stuck to the stamped designs.
  3. For all of the art deco designs I used the Maniology M260 New Year: Art Deco Stamping Plate* with the Moyra Black Foil Stamping Polish and the Whats Up Nails Jumbo Stamper.
  4. For each design I stamped them on one at a time on a nail, and then immediately applied gold and pink chrome powders using a foam applicator (your finger would work as well). I first pressed on the powder and then buffed it in lightly. I then brushed off all excess. Powders used are Maniology Sun Sign and Whats Up Nails Rose Chrome Powder*.
  5. I finished off the mani by applying the Maniology Smudge Free Top Coat, followed by a glossy top coat, Vibrant Vinyls Fast & Hard Quick Dry Glossy Top Coat

I truly love everything about this NYE mani! All the glisten and glam!

Watch my video tutorial below to see how it was done!

Disclaimer: These products were sent to me for review. As always, all of my opinions expressed here are never solicited and are entirely my own.

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