Milk Bath Nails

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Have you seen the Milk Bath trend floating around lately? All the nails I have seen with this on have looked absolutely beautiful, so I wanted to give it a go.

Milk Bath Nails Charlies Nail Art

As soon as I saw these dried flowers on Charlie’s Nail Art, I jumped on them because they are perfect for Milk Bath nails. As always, they arrived super quick so I could get to work on my first attempt.

Milk Bath Nails Charlies Nail Art

I grabbed my OPI Don’t Touch My Tutu and got to work. I thought it would be easy, I was sort of right and sort of wrong. I applied 2 coats of it to each nail then I started adding the flowers.

Knowing when to stop is a bonus, I do not, so my first nail, the one with the purple flowers, didn’t turn out that great, then I moved on to my middle nails with the red flowers and this one turned out beautiful. And finally I moved on to my thumb, which is my favourite nail from the whole mani.

Milk Bath Nails Charlies Nail Art

I finished off by making the other nails opaque enough for my liking and topping with a coat of Seche Vite.

As long as you can quickly work out how many flowers, and how many coats of polish is needed, then you’ll be able to pull this trend of beautifully. I still had this OPI from the jelly sandwich days and it works great, so if you have a white or whitish polish that worked with that, you can do this for almost no money.

I don’t think this exact pack are available anymore, but there are 2 other types of flowers available, these small flowers for £1.79 or the large flowers are also £1.79. And don’t forget that you can use code CLPK10 for 10% off your Charlie’s Nail Art order.

What trend have you been tempted to try lately?



Author: Chrissie

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