Friday 14 July 2017

Charlies Nail Art Review

Broken Glass Nails 

Well here we are again, and you believe it's Friday already! For my Charlies Nail Art Review today I have a gorgeous strip of Angel Paper, which is perfect for broken glass nails and so simple to use. Just cut into desired shape and stick into tacky polish or encase in acrylic or gel. There are 15 colours to chose from and each sheet measures 10cm x 4cm and costs only 49p.
So I have a very pretty green Angel paper, with a lush colour shift. Now if you encase this in acrylic or gel you'll be aware you will have a smooth feeling nail, but some problems when using Angel paper with regular polish can be parts sticking up. I tried something different when using this, and it worked perfectly. So I pre painted my nails with black polish, and cut many different size and shape triangles. Then I used foil glue, and when dried I carefully placed and stuck the tiny cut triangles to form a broken glass look. I found the tacky layer from the foil glue helped to stick the Angel paper flat to my nails. And two layers of top coat smoothed everything nicely.

How awesome does this look, and the colour shift is simply jaw dropping!! I used to stay away from nail decorations like this, but the foil glue worked a treat, so I'll sure be rocking this look again!!
If you haven't checked out Charlies Nail Art new look website, go take a look and treat yourself, don't forget to use my discount code BNM15 to receive 15% off your order.
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Thank you for stopping by and as always stay safe, much love....


  1. I love when you do broken glass manis!!! This is lovely!

  2. These are awesome. I love your placement! I've tried it and it's not that easy to make them look so good!

  3. Great idea using the foil glue!! They're gorgeous!

  4. I still have yet to try this style!

    1. It's such a unusal but striking look :)

  5. Wow this is so beautiful! I love the idea of it staying down with foil glue!