In case you missed it, this week Lily Allen married long-time boyfriend and Stranger Things actor, David Harbour, at the Graceland Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas. The lovebirds were giving off serious main character energy, celebrating the low-key quirky affair with an Elvis impersonator in tow and an In-N-Out burger run – we love.
And while Lily was looking gorgeous in vintage Chanel, our eyes were permanently planted on her nails. The popstar employed the help of celeb nail artist, Naomi Yasuda, who created a bold 3D glitter bridal mani with a romance theme that has left us yearning for glittery press on nails and polish:
The great thing about glitter nails is they’re actually pretty easy to recreate at home – even if you don’t have Yasuda-level nail art skills. Let us show you how…
First things first, there is no simpler way to completely rip off a professional nail look (with little to no effort) than by whacking on a set of press-on nails – much like this holographic glitter set from Ardell. Plus, if you’re feeling creative and want to pull off that 3D nail vibe, it's easy to customise using your own with decorative details.
Love the look but not the practicality? Go for a glitter polish (or two) instead. While they can be a bit of a bugger to remove, the beauty of glitter nail polishes is application doesn’t have to be precise. You can touch-up on the go because you don’t need it to be perfect to get stunning results, whether you opt for fine glitter or chunky the statement is in that glitz and shine. We love this chunky pink holographic glitter polish from Smith & Cult and this fine silver glitter pigment polish from Butter London.
Briar is a Content Producer at BEAUTYcrew. Her 'down for anything' attitude has resulted in more than a handful of hair transformations, and she doesn't mind being used as a guinea pig for the industry's most unusual products and treatments. Her work has also appeared on Girlfriend and beautyheaven.