THIS Is the Newest Korean Beauty Trend That You Need to Know
Hello, nail enthusiasts! Word on the street is that there’s a new Korean beauty trend on the block that you *need* to know STAT. If you’ve already mastered the Mul-Gwang technique and have a fair share of go-to Korean beauty products in your makeup bag, glass nails are about to rock your world. Just as the name suggests, glass nails were created to resemble fragments of broken glass complete with a three-dimensional, holographic look. Here’s the kicker, though: They’re not really made of glass.
6. Negative Space Nails: Be it a winter wedding or black-tie affair, these white nails with iridescent glass shards hit the mark. Consider them a modern update on your traditional French manicure. (via @iamsssssu)
7. Stained Glass Nails: It’s all about creativity and placement with this Rihanna-esque mani. Use blue glass nail decals to create a stunning stained glass effect on your well-groomed tips. (via @allaboutcherryc)
12. Shattered Glass Mani: Enter the nail hack of the century. Use scissors to cut up pieces of glitter into minuscule shards before carefully arranging them into an eye-catching mosaic pattern. (via @polishpals)
Will you be will experimenting with glass nails this season? Let us know in the comments below!
We all have a million dollar business idea (or 2...or 3…) that we think *someone* should do. Why not you? Part of the motivation for Brit + Co's new interactive business course Selfmade is to help women develop their business idea into an actual living/breathing/thriving business. But it's also a way to figure out what that idea is. Maybe you have a few ideas, or need to refine a really good one, or maybe you have something with potential but just need to brush up on the business side of things. Well you're in luck. Thanks to Office Depot, we're here to share a quick recap on how we're helping our students figure out how to pick an idea and run with it. Feeling a little Selfmade fomo? Check out these tips for knowing if your idea is fully baked.