Glazed doughnut manicure has become a viral trend: it's the perfect choice for winter. Photo.

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Hailey Bieber

The founder of this trend can be considered the American model Hailey Bieber, who conquered many fashionistas with her "glazed" nail shade. To understand this trend more accurately, you need to imagine a donut covered with a delicate, slightly pink and shiny icing. This is the effect that manicurists all over the world want to repeat.

Bieber posted a photo of the popular manicure on her Instagram back in July 2022. Girls immediately began to repeat this trend, noting that this shade looks gorgeous on tanned hands. However, it will also be appropriate in winter, as it looks very similar to sparkling rain or snow (to see the photo, scroll to the end of the page).

This tone looks great on nails of any length and shape, and allows you to strike a balance between elegant glamour and naturalness. It is suitable for a strict office look, as well as for a date and a social party.


How to make a glazed donut manicure at home?

1. Prepare your nails for the coating: file them and remove the cuticle;

2. Apply a base coat to the nail plate and dry it in an ultraviolet lamp;

3. apply a milky white (pearl) polish, dry it;

4. Rub a little chrome powder into the nails;

5. Cover with a transparent varnish.


The shade palette can vary from pearly white to pale pink with shimmering particles.


By the way, Hailey Bieber is a fan of not only donut manicure, but also the same shiny skin. The girl achieves this effect with the help of a moisturiser that she applies at night so that the product is absorbed during sleep.

OBOZREVATEL recently told you what manicure will be the most fashionable in 2023. Its highlight is minimalism, which is now setting trends in fashion. Read in our material how to create an "invisible" French.

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