The range of uses for glitter dust is very wide. Popular with nail technicians and make-up artists alike, these dust powders have applications on the face, hands and hair.
On nails, glitter dust is applied using a nail art brush lightly dipped in top coat. The brush should be damp enough for the dust powder to stick but not wet.
Designs are limited only by your imagination — but for a beginner, it is easiest to start with stripes. More experienced technicians will outline designs and then fill them in with dust powder applied from a wider brush.
Dust powders may also be used in between layers of gel or acrylic, and can also be scattered onto wet nail polish with a pipette or with a fan-shaped brush.
It is crucial to remember that all types of Nail Art should be sealed. Use several layers of top coat.