From the red carpet to the runway, glamorous, rhinestones nails are a hot trend fashion item. Brightly painted fingernails with sparkling rhinestones are hard to miss. And now, crystal dust has taken nail art in a whole new direction. Made up of thousands of sparkling crystals, it’s easy to apply so you can get professional results at home. Depending on the manufacturer crystal dust goes by different names: Crystalpixie, Faerie or Dust.
Brand Names of Crystal Dust
Always on the cutting edge of innovation, Swarovski has 3 lines of Crystalpixie available in different colors and textures. First, Petite is well known for the smooth, round profiles of its very fine Swarovski crystals. Available in over 15 colors, there’s a color to match your mood. Next, Edge is comprised of tiny pointed chatons to create a glam-punk nail art look. Made of slightly coarser and more angular Swarovski crystals, Edge features the double–cone cut. Edge is available in 9 colors. Finally, the newest line of crystal dust by Swarovski is Bubble. Comprised of uncut crystal balls in three sizes, it creates a bubbly effect. It’s available in 6 colors.
Preciosa, another well-known rhinestone manufacturer, has a less extensive line called Faerie. A combination of both double-cone cut crystals and crystal balls gives their nail dust sparkle. Despite their tiny dimensions, each piece has been individually sized, shaped and polished to ensure maximum sparkle. Faerie is available in 4 sparkling colors to dazzle your nails. Finally, Valentino Beauty Pure makes V Sugar. Manufactured with double-cone cut crystals and crystal balls, V sugar is available in 5 sparkling colors.
How to Apply
You can achieve professional-looking results at home using any of the crystal dust products. Do one nail or all of them. Moreover, you can mix and match textures with the Swarovski line. You can even have some nails sparkle with rhinestones and others with crystal dust.
Crystal dust is easy to apply. While your nail polish or gel is wet, sprinkle the product over your nail. You can also use nail glue if you prefer. Be sure to have a tray underneath to catch any stray dust that doesn’t stick to your nail. This “extra” can go back into the bottle to use another day. Let the glue or nail polish to dry completely.
For rhinestone nails, browse the inventory at Rhinestones Etc. We have loose rhinestone colors and sizes available for your nail design. Plus, we ship fast and have great customer service. Moreover, we are an affiliate seller for our wholesaler Rhinestones Unlimited who carries the crystal dust products. If you have any questions, you can contact us here. Sparkly nails - because you deserve to look glamorous.
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