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5 Ways to Wear Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coat – Look 2, All You Need Is…

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sally hansen fuzzy coatThe second Fuzzy nail art idea is for a statement nail. It is the easiest and at the same time the most overlooked way to utilise Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coats.

Look 2. All you need is… A Fuzzy Coat! Yes, it can be worn alone. The density of the ‘fuzz’ allows full coverage with 3 coats of the polish. For this nail design we used nothing but Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coat Tight Knit.

The great thing about Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coat is that it dries quickly and it’s easy to repair. Simply apply more Fuzz to any chipped or damaged areas, wait 1 minute and then press gently with fingertips to even out the surface.

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Used: Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coat 400 Tight Knit, $6.99 here.

Like these nails? We’ll show you even more great easy nail art ideas and more complex manicures in our upcoming Fuzzy Nail Art Guide.

UPDATE: The SoNailicious Fuzzy Nail Art Guide featuring nail art tutorial for this and other fuzzy nail designs from the 5 Ways to Wear Fuzzy Coat challenge is now available, download it here.
Review all Fuzzy Coats nail art designs created for the challenge here.

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  • Christine Chipman

    My husband bought me this nail polish by accident when he went to get me something I had been looking at in our local beauty store, and I’m not sure whether you are supposed to use a top coat on it or not. Could you help me please? I’m thinking of purchasing your Fuzzy Nail Art book, and I know this question is probably answered in there, but I’d still appreciate it if you could let me know.

  • You can use a top coat on it or just keep it ‘raw’ without any top coat. It really depends what look you want to achieve. For instance, this particular look – no top coat, but some other ‘glossy’ designs from the book – with a top coat. Hope it helps! xx

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