Velvet Nails Are Trending for the Holidays, and They’re Gorgeous 

Today on Kubiti, we’re bringing you 10 of the best Velvet nails ideas you should try! Velvet nails are the newest nail trend that is quickly gaining popularity! You’re not alone if you have no idea what this trend is.

What are Velvet nails?

Velvet nails are a type of flocked nails that feature a soft and velvety finish. The texture is created by applying a special powder onto the nails, which creates a plush and tactile effect. The powder can come in different colors, allowing for endless possibilities when it comes to creating unique and eye-catching designs.

To create velvet nails, a base coat is applied first, followed by a special adhesive. The velvet powder is then dusted onto the adhesive, creating a velvet-like texture. The excess powder is then brushed off, leaving behind a smooth and velvety finish. A top coat can be applied to protect the nails and make the velvet last longer.

One of the great things about velvet nails is their versatility. They can be worn in a range of colors, from classic shades like black and red to more unexpected hues like pastels or neons. The velvet texture can also be combined with other nail trends, such as ombré or French tips, creating a unique and personalized look.

Velvet nails are also a great option for special occasions, such as weddings or parties. The plush and luxurious texture adds a touch of glamour to any outfit, making your nails the center of attention. They also feel great to touch and can provide a soothing sensation when rubbed.

When it comes to maintaining velvet nails, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, it’s important to avoid getting the nails wet for at least 24 hours after application, as this can damage the velvet texture. It’s also recommended to avoid using oily or greasy products on the nails, as this can cause the velvet to clump or flatten.

1. Mauve Velvet

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Do you like more pink tones? You can see how lovely a mauve velvet manicure may appear in the example shown below. Just refer to it as the new neutral for now. To get this look, you will need to purchase a bottle of Magnetic Nail Polish in the colour Crystal Rose from Live Love Polish.

2. Champagne Velvet

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We adore a velvet manicure in action. Take a peek at this picture to see how enchanted a champagne colour may seem. We are picking up a lot of crystal energy here.

4. Velvet French Tips

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It is important to keep in mind that you may still get a velvet finish even if you do not apply the trend to your whole nail. Think of wearing different colours on each hand if you want to make this activity even more enjoyable for yourself and your friends.

6. Two-Tone Velvet

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The combination of a velvet finish and a two-tone manicure is one of our favourite looks for a mani-pedi. Apply two coats of Velvet Nail Polish by Live Love Polish, in the colours Frozen Mist and Faerie Glow, on your nails to get this precise appearance.

7. Mint Velvet

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Because of this, we have a yearning for mint chocolate chip ice cream. Does this happen to anybody else? We like how gentle and delicious these minty nails seem to be. Apply The Gel Bottle Inc’s Gel Nail Polish in Bluefin and BrillBirdUK’s Gel Polish in Platinum Cat Eye on your nails to get the desired appearance.

8. Nude Velvet Tips

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This makes such a statement despite its understated nature. Utilize French manicure shaping stickers with BrillBird’s Cat Eye Gel & Lac in Pearl White to get the desired appearance.

9. Blue Velvet

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These iridescent blue nails bring to mind the wondrous phenomenon of bioluminescence in the natural world.

10.Velvet Snowflake Nails

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The fact that velvet nails often do not need any additional support does not imply that you cannot include patterns into your manicure at all. Consider these as an illustration: It has come to my attention that the combination of delicate snowflakes and shimmering velvet on the nails looks just lovely.

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I’m Jane, the creator and author behind this blog. I’m a minimalist and simple living enthusiast who has dedicated her life to living with less and finding joy in the simple things.

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