Nail Art: Something Blue Caviar Manicure

I cannot take credit for this idea! Jennifer commented on my DIY Caviar Manicure post about doing this type of manicure for her wedding. It’s a brilliant idea and I finally decided I just had to try it myself and I’m so glad it did. The end result was just gorgeous!

For the base, as always, I used Ulta Snow White. Then I mixed together in a tray silver, clear and ocean beads. Most of the beads I used were the clear color then I just added the blue and a few silver beads. After I mixed the beads I just followed the steps in my DIY Caviar Manicure post and that was it!

Jennifer was right, this would make a beautiful wedding manicure, but it was fun just to wear for everyday life. The combinations that can be done doing a DIY caviar manicure are just endless so I look forward to trying some more combinations in the future.

There are more pictures below the jump.

14 thoughts on “Nail Art: Something Blue Caviar Manicure

  1. Pretty color combo here. I can appreciate caviar manis but know they are not for me. I don’t even like the crunch of glitter polish, so sure I would go nuts with caviar beads on my nails!

    • I catch myself rubbing the beads! This is a night out manicure for me….not a wear for several days kind of manicure. I’d go crazy!

  2. That is really neat looking. By the way, I too would be rubbing the the beads – certain textures drive me crazy!

  3. I love this idea! Gorgeous! Love the colors you chose as well! I def will have to try this out, thanks for sharing the idea :)

    -Melanie Gordon
    Independent Scentsy Consultant
    http://www.melaniegordon.scentsy.us
    Luv4Wickless@gmail.com

  4. [...] caviar manicures I wasn’t sold the look. I did this manicure the exact same as I did the Something Blue Caviar manicure. I mixed equal parts red, silver and blue microbeads and used Ulta Snow White as the base. For a [...]

  5. Hello! I wanted to ask u where could I find the beads u used, it doesn’t have to be d same color it’s just that I really like how the nail looks with the beads

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