The excitement levels were through the roof when the entire Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coat collection arrived at our office. The collection includes 7 gorgeous shades – 3 warm pastels and 4 cool brights. Although they look intriguing it took a while to work out how to utilise this fuzzy collection.
We decided to challenge ourselves and try to discover new ways of using textured polishes. While experimenting with layering, mixing and matching we found several very interesting solutions. We’ll show you 5 of the most intriguing and easiest discoveries this week. So follow our fuzzy journey and hopefully we’ll surprise you with a couple of unexpected nail art designs ;)
And the first look is… Textured Details Nail Art. The Fuzzy Coat is used here for the details of the triangle and diagonal stripes. Similarly, it can be used as a detail on french tips, two-toned nails and/ore chevron nails.
Used: Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coat 800 Tweedy, L’Oreal Paris 827 Acid Watermenlon, Orly Vynil.
Like these nails? We’ll show you even more great nail art ideas and step-by-step tutorials in our upcoming Fuzzy Nail Art Guide.
Have you tried Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coat shades? Did you do any nail art with them? We’d love to see – leave links in the comments or tweet/Instagram us @So_Nailicious with a tag #sonailicious.
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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