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