Sugar Spun Nail Art with LittleRedLoves Plus Easy Tutorial

Hey everyone!

Today I have some twin nails to show you! After Kim from LittleRedLoves won my World Cup Competition, she asked me to do some twin nails with her – I of course said yes! I think she has a brilliant blog and you should definitely check it out if you haven’t done so already ^_^!

We decided to do sugar spun nail art over a gradient. I’ve been really excited to do these as it’s my first time 🙂 . Here’s what we came up with:

easy sugar spun nail art tutorialI love how classy Kimberley’s nails look, and considering this was also her first time doing this technique, they look so perfect! I especially love the gradient underneath! To see her post on this then see here.

Now here is a tutorial I have put together for those who haven’t tried this technique yet:

6 step easy tutorial how to do sugar spun nail artHere’s the nail polish and equipment that I used:

easy sugar spun nail art tutorial equipmentIf there’s anything you need to ask about this then just comment below and I will try to help 🙂 .

Easy sugar spun nail art tutorialOverall I’m pleased with how my nails turned out, but I think I need more practice yet. I’ve had an idea for some spooky Halloween nails using the sugar spun technique so look out for that one 🙂 !

Don’t forget to check out Kimberley’s blog (see here) because she has some really great posts! Not only does she do nails but she does baking and make-up posts too!

Thanks for reading, I hope you enjoyed this post 🙂 .

Emily xo

11 thoughts on “Sugar Spun Nail Art with LittleRedLoves Plus Easy Tutorial

  1. wow, they are so pretty 🙂
    I haven’t tried sugar spun design before but I am happy to do that 🙂

    • Aw thank you! It’s a fun manicure to do, you should definitely try it out 😀 xx

  2. Definitely idea of gradient is great. Lovely mani

    • Thanks 🙂 glad you think so xx

  3. wow that is the most gorgeous silver glitter nail varnish I have seen <3 I think its all very pretty and unique.

    • Aw thank you!! I love the silver nail polish too, it’s very pretty 🙂 xx

  4. Yay! You did sugar-spun nails! 🙂 These are gorgeous, they do not look like your first attempt at all!

    • Aw thanks Monica! I was really excited to try this technique and really enjoyed it 🙂 x

  5. These are so cute Emily! I have decided that the best polish to use for this technique is anything cheap, because you use so much of it. Plus I also find that they go stringy a lot faster than my expensive stuff anyway. Both of you ladies did great jobs!

    • Glad you like them :D! And thank you so much for the tip! I will definitely try using a cheap one next time 🙂 xx

      • Well actually the w7 one I used was a cheap one but I don’t think it worked very well. I will definitely try others out though xx

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