There is nothing hotter in nail world right now than Hailey Bieber's Glazed Donut nails...and the good news is you can now replicate this trend at home!
In just a moment, I'll show you how to apply a glazed donut finish to your own dip powder manicure...and who knows, maybe you'll even land your very own baby-faced muso. ;)
In case you've got no idea what Glazed Donut nails are, let me enlighten you - you know that gorgeous white, slightly sheer glaze that the OG Krispy Kreme donuts have? It's that, but for nails. (Yum, right?!)
And trust me, a glazed donut manicure is no less delicious than the edible kind!
Hailey Bieber took the nail world by storm with her signature glazed nails, and now she's gone one step further and come out with her Autumn version - chocolate Glazed Donut nails, which is basically the same thing but over a brown base, instead of a light sheer pink.
Not sure I love the Chocolate glaze donut look as much, TBH...but I'm not a global icon, either, so there's that. ;)
So the question on everyone's lips is, "How do I get Hailey Bieber nails at home?" The good news is, it's really easy, once you have the right products!
What You Need For DIY Glazed Donut Nails:
- Adiption Glazed Donut Chrome Powder
- No-Wipe Gel Top Coat
- Your favourite dip powder and liquids - choose your colour based on if you want the traditional glazed look, or chocolate (or strawberry, or banana...you get the idea!)
How to Apply Glazed Donut Nails
Thankfully, it's really easy to get a glazed donut effect at home - no need for the salon!
- Apply your dip powder as usual, activate and buff until smooth.
- Apply your No-Wipe Top Coat, and flash cure under your UV/LED light for 10 seconds.
- Using the sponge applicator (or your finger!) rub the donut glaze chrome powder into the nail in circular motions.
- For a smooth chrome finish, rub Glazed Donut Chrome onto the top coat with a sponge applicator in smooth circles. Dust off, then re-apply as required if you need more coverage.
- Apply another layer of No Wipe Gel Top Coat to seal it all in, then fully cure for up to 60 seconds depending on your lamp.
And there you have it! Beautiful glazed donut nails at home!