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I am so late to the shattered glass manicure but it was going to happen eventually. I used holographic laser foil nail art transfer sticker paper and I feel the need to clear up some misconceptions regarding the name. First of all it’s not holographic, it’s iridescent. There are four different styles in the listing and none of them appear to be holographic. Secondly, it’s not transfer foil. The instructions on the BPS website indicate that you should use it in the same way but that doesn’t work at all. It’s not a sticker either so that’ll be number three. Let’s call it what it is: cellophane.
You use it much like every tutorial out there says. I started off with China Glaze Up All Night as my base colour because I wanted the “glass” to pop against the base. I cut the cellophane into small (but not small enough – I’m too lazy for that) pieces and placed them in drying, slow-dry topcoat. I used two layers of topcoat to finish, which probably explains the bubbles in the finish.
You can find the holographic laser foil nail art transfer sticker paper at Born Pretty Store priced £2.60 (US $3.99). Use code BPL91 to get 10% off your order.