Bling-a-ling holiday nails with mini hexagon glitter

I like the idea of sequins and glitter for the holidays, especially for New Year’s, but I don’t think I could pull off something like a sequin dress. I think this is the next best thing for me. I used mini hexagon glitter that I found on ebay, and I just sprinkled on after applying a similarly colored nail polish. It ended up staying on my nails surprisingly well. I put a top coat on over, and I didn’t have much trouble with it. I’ll probably try to recreate something similar for New Years.



This manicure was inspired by Polish Days over at Polly Polish, with the theme “bling.” Check out some of the other wonderful manicures below.


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32 responses to “Bling-a-ling holiday nails with mini hexagon glitter”

  1. maRyya says :

    amazing! pass by to see mine πŸ™‚

  2. Morgan says :

    GORGEOUS!! This reminds me of Christmas Ornaments – very pretty πŸ™‚

  3. Cuti-CLUE-les says :

    that is so beautiful! I love how colourful it is

  4. Voulez-vous polish avec moi? says :

    Wonderful! I think glitter is one of the better inventions in humankind history πŸ™‚

  5. arletta says :

    Amazing! i love all the hexagos like this.xx

  6. Alexis says :

    You were going for bling and definitely succeeded. This manicure is so great.

  7. Lisa says :

    I love it to pieces!!!!!


  8. Susy says :

    Love it! So pretty and sparkly!

  9. ourpaintedworld says :

    I love it! A million years ago (or maybe just 20) I wore a sequin dress to prom that was the exact color of your pinky! LOL! πŸ˜‰

  10. Chiro says :

    Great job!! πŸ˜€

  11. Aysh says :

    This is absolutely stunning, love all the different colors! Definitely bling! πŸ˜€

    Aysh xox

  12. originalwackyMichy says :

    I hope my tree looks that pretty this year!

  13. Linda says :

    This is so pretty. Where the glitters especially made for nails or where they more of an arts and craft type of glitter?

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