Gold Star Manicure DIY

So pretty! Gold star manicure DIY (click through for more!) Simple, yet pretty are the types of manicures that I tend to gravitate towards the most. I saw a pic of someone with unpolished nails and teeny tiny gold star decorations, and thought it was such a simple yet elegant way to add a little bling to your normal nail routine.

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So pretty! Gold star manicure DIY (click through for more!)Supplies:
gold star confetti
wax pencil
clear top coat

So pretty! Gold star manicure DIY (click through for more!) Start with clean nails that have been trimmed and shaped to your liking (this is a great all-purpose manicure set to have around).

So pretty! Gold star manicure DIY (click through for more!) Spread out a few of your star confetti so they are easy to get to. Put a moderately thick coat of clear polish on one finger.

So pretty! Gold star manicure DIY (click through for more!) Quickly use your wax pencil to pick up stars one at a time and place them on the wet polish. Keep placing stars until you like the overall pattern.

So pretty! Gold star manicure DIY (click through for more!)
Repeat the process with each nail until all your nails have stars. Allow the clear coat to totally dry, and then use two more coats of polish overtop to seal in the design with dry time between each coat.

Once your nails are dry, add a coat of cuticle oil to keep your nails healthy, and you’re ready to hit the town!

So pretty! Gold star manicure DIY (click through for more!) So pretty! Gold star manicure DIY (click through for more!) So pretty! This would be really cute for an event (or even a summer festival nail idea), and as you can see, it’s really easy to do.

You can also paint your nails a color first if you want a bolder look, but I do think there’s something about the stars on nude nails that gives it a really clean look. T

he thinner the confetti, the lower profile your mani will have and the longer it will last as well, so if you find a different confetti you want to use, just keep that in mind. Have fun! xo. Laura

Love a good DIY manicure? Check out these posts:
Easy Galaxy Nails Mani DIY (with Video!)
Gold Daisy Dot Manicure
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  • As a DIY blogger, my nails get photographed so often- really should try this manicure to make the photos more sparkly! 🙂

  • That is the cutest! I dont think I could ever have the patience

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  • I’ve always been so doubtful of my manicure abilities that I’ve never tried. I think I’ll pick up a pencil and some top coat for this one though!

  • This is absolutely adorable!! I suck at waiting for coloured polishes to dry perfectly, and this just seems like the most genius lazy girl alternative for me. Thank you for sharing!!

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  • I love this idea, it is so beautiful, you did such a great job. Thank you for sharing, my name is Brandy, and im new to the blogging community. It is very nice to meet you, have a wonderful day guys http://whimsicalwolfblog.com/

  • These nails are adorable! So simple yet so pretty. I wish I wasn’t so clumsy, I just know that mine would end up so messy and all over the place haha! Beautiful rings & photography too! X x

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  • What a super cute idea, and it’s not too much!
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  • I’m going to do this and make thin black lines so they look like constellations. So fun!

  • These are perfect for girly girls, and only three items are needed to make it!

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  • Simple mais le résultat est super chouette ! Merci pour le partage de cette idée !

  • I tried this a while back with star confetti from the craft store and it didn’t work at all! The stars were too big. But I am oh-so-glad tinier star confetti exists because you did an out of this world job. Love it!

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