You simply paint over your nails with the colour you want and pour the beads over where ever you want them. The only thing to remember is to allow all nails to dry and apply the beads one nail at a time. Also put a thicker layer of the polish under where you want the caviar to be, giving full coverage for the beads to stick to. I didn’t do this at first and a lot of the beads fell off!
The yellow base colour was quite difficult to apply, the first and second was quite streaky but then all was fixed on the third coat. It’s such a cheerful colour, I have several bottles of this shade from different brands (Barry M Lemon Ice Cream being my favourite!).
Once the caviar beads has dried, it shouldn’t fall off and when you want to remove it, it will come off easily with nail polish remover. My sister made the mistake of apply a top coat but this just melts the beads and ruins it all. Ciaté Sugar Caviar 2013 collection are £18 each and are available online at ciate.co.uk.
Have you tried the Caviar Manicure before? What do you think of it, girls? x
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