Introducing Caviar Nails – The Next Nail Trend You’ll be Beading + How-To Video

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March 27, 2012 ‐ By Loren Lee

"Caviar Manicure by Ciate"

Nail trends are a dime a dozen these days, but the “Caviar Manicure” might give current faves like ombre nails and magnetic polish a run for their money. Caviar nails first appeared last fall during the edgy Cushnie et Ochs’ runway show, and have been on nail art lovers’ radars ever since. To achieve the look is actually a fairly simple DIY project. One could easily grab their favorite nail polish, purchase small beads from their local craft store, and have a field day. Yet, UK nail polish brand, Ciate, has decided to make achieving the look even easier with their innovative “Caviar Manicure” kits. The kits are a one-stop-shop as they consist of a nail lacquer and beads. Presently, you have your pick of three colors – multi (rainbow), white (mother of pearl), and black (black pearls). We’re sure more hues will be offered as demand increases. The kits will be available in the US this April at your friendly, neighborhood Sephora.

"Ciate Caviar Manicure Set"

via fash-eccentric

Doubt you can create the look yourself? Don’t worry, with each kit, Ciate includes the following instructions:

"Instructions for Caviar Manicure"

Still clueless? Watch the video below to view a Caviar Manicure being performed.

We like! Over at Fashionista, they’re wondering if this three-dimensional trend will be the new glitter. Maybe. Maybe not. One thing for certain is that, like its sparkly counterpart, it will be a pain in the neck to remove. Still, what’s a little extra elbow grease in exchange for some fly digits?

Are you excited to try the caviar manicure? Give us your thoughts in the comments!

Source: photos and video via Ciate

Loren Lee authors personal fashion and beauty blog: Stylish Demeanor. Follow her on twitter @StylishDemeanor.

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  • AIisha

    the beads will just come off really fast.

  • Yanimervilus

    You can buy steel nail art beads in various colors on ebay for $1…this is a rip off

  • Ke

    The black color is called ghetto fabulous. BOYCOTT

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  • Unfadeablebeauty

    Can’t wait to try this. I’ll b going to hobby lobby for beads Monday.

  • Kyamee

    When will it be in Holland on the marked!? I need to try this!!

  • Funnii_bunnii

    I tried it it takes forever to get them on it does look niice tho I wish there WAs an easier way to make ur nails not look awkward shaped wen the beads fall out along eadges

  • Musiccitymel

    To make this much easier and to last much longer, pair the caviar beads with the gelish or shellac product. Pour the beads into a very small bowl, after polishing the nail with the desired color (following gelish protocol), Apply top coat and have the client curl their finger and dip her nail into the beads and rock her finger from side to side. Then knock away any stray beads and use an orhangewood stick to make sure all beads are in place where you want them. Leave a small hairline gap at the sides of the nail to prevent chipping! Cure. Apply top coat and cure again two more times. It should last as long as a normal Shellac mani! :) I do this with the candy sprinkles and it works perfectly!

  • FromUR2UB

    The nails are cute but those lips look downright uncomfortable!

  • Smacks_hoes

    I want to try this but I’m going to do it way after it becomes extremely popular …trends annoy me for some reason

  • DrennaB

    That is SO cute!!

  • Sara John

     Women’s Fashion a rising trend is taking fashion with your all of feeling

  • Neecee401

    The novelty on this will wear off quick. It’ll become a huge trend in the US. Other nail companies will try to imitate it. And you’ll see it everywhere and just get sick of it. Like the OPI Shatter polish. Shame, cause I actually like this idea.

    • Guest

      I agree that this design looks really fun and cool, but it definitely won’t stick around too long.  I wish they included some info on how to remove this polish, because something tells me it would take forever!

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