Hi I have seen it called velvet nails, you can buy the "flyffy" stuff (also called cashmere) to put on the nails at Lilium Store, I don't know whereelse.
She also has a video to show how it is used as far as I can remember.
My concern with nails like this is hygiene, how do you handle them without the cashemere being a cosey nest for bacterias, they will get wet on several occasions. But that is probably just me..
Thanks so much for the info.. I can totally see how it would be a nightmare to wear on your nails, how do you wash your hands and it stay intact?! interesting..Sam Biddle heads just introduced this to her range. Have a look in the Be Creative website .
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Thanks!I do this on my nails with flocking from the range! It's great I set it in uv top coat and when you wash your hands it stays put and actually dries really fast, like possibly is even waterproof?
The only thing is though where it's velvety it does attract little black wooly strands from your clothes and stuff, but just give it a brush with a nail brush and you're good to go x
I'll be getting my scratch mags out I think! Thanks for this.I use Gellux top/base because it can go on natural nails but it is nicer to have a colour underneath because I find it starts to wear off at the tips, how quickly this happens I suppose depends on your lifestyle for me they stay perfect for about 3 days then start wearing.
I do my gel manicure then top coat, sprinkle this stuff on, cure, dab with sticky remover/IPA then wash my hands, paper towel or air dry hands because it picks up all the fluff off a regular towel.
There was a bit in scratch mag (February i think) about this stuff and I was like :O no way, I came up with that!
Lol I think we all tend to do these things around the same time.
It's really cute to do these and stick on little googly eyes coz then they look like muppets hehe x