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It has been several years since the last time we did this.
For this collection, several things were done:
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For today’s tutorial we’re making it matte. And because getting crafty with beauty supplies is one of our favorite ways to spend Manicure Monday, we’re making our own matte nail polish. Don’t worry, it’s as easy as 1-2-3! What You Will Need
Scoop out a small amount of loose eye shadow or break off a bit of pressed powder eye shadow and crush the pigment into a fine powder (an excellent way to put your broken compacts to good use!).
Add top coat and mix thoroughly (and quickly) until smooth.
Then simply apply and admire your DIY matte manicure!
Quick Tip: If the mixture starts to get gooey, add a little more top coat. It won’t dilute the color, but will help smooth out the application.
If you’re in the mood for matte, but none of your shadows are speaking to you, you can make any nail polish matte with the help from a kitchen pantry staple. Instead of adding pigment, add cornstarch to your top coat and paint it over any polish for a matte finish.
Glossy or matte–what’s your manicure of choice? Sound off below!