Masterclass: Get good-enough-to-eat candy couture talons

Digits dipped in candy? Gimme’ some of that! Unfortunately it’s not real candy (boo!) but these stellar claws, courtesy of UK’s Glamour Magazine, look just as tasty. And as the bitter cold weather annoyingly creeps up on us, you’ll want to make sure your talons are radiant with bright, pastel colours like coral and yellows and happy-joy-joy polka dots to ward away winter woes. Thankfully this tutorial is so easy, you’ll be scratching your head afterwards wondering what to do with yourself when it’s done. Isn’t it obvious? FLAUNT THOSE CLAWS BABY!

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1. O.P.I Start To Finish Formaldehyde Free (Base & Top Coat), $21.90,, 2. Nails Inc Nail Polish in Summer Place, $12.17,,  3. POP Nail Glam Pastel Nail Polish in Tangerine Taste, $10.54,

Tutorial and images courtesy of

By Kristina Ioannou

Kristina Ioannou (Beauty Editor)

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I have a yellow very similar to that one - it is an OPI colour and looks magnificent after a few coats (glossy and bold). I even did a "tequila sunrise" nail (as I like to call it) with it




You could do this with so many colour combos, and it would still look fantastic. I might give it a go with a blue and pink in time for Easter. Such a cute and simple tutorial, thanks guys!!


i love doing spots on my nails! defs going to try out some new colour combos now 🙂


I love your tutorials! So helpful!

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