When mom of three, Natasha Lee, a thirtysomething award-winning nail artist from Wales, United Kingdom, created fidget spinner nail art, she had no idea it'd go viral.
"I have three sons who are all autistic, so when I saw these through a special needs group, I bought my two oldest children — a 19- and 9-year old — each a fidget spinner, and then one for my youngest, who's 4, and likes to have his hands kept busy," Lee told Cosmopolitan.com. "And then they became really popular a few weeks later."
Can’t seem to find the perfect product to tackle your skin needs? Maybe the answer isn’t in one product but in multiple. Layering skincare is great to address your various skin issues. Let the ‘cocktailing’ begin!
CND Vinylux Weekly Polish in Mambo Beat, $11, theindustrysource.com; Nails Inc. Long Wear Nail Polish in Dovehouse Garden, $11,us.nailsinc.com.
For the longest wear possible, use a gel polish or gel top coat—we like Essie Gel- Setter Top Coat ($10). “It lasts practically forever, and reapplying the top coat once or twice a week will keep nails chip-free,” says manicurist Tracylee Percival.
The internet's having a tough time differentiating between arts and craft supplies and beauty offerings as of late. See: glitter lip art, terranium eyes, bejeweled undercuts, and now? Pom pom eye makeup.
That's right, those furry little balls you used to fluff up your art projects once upon a time are now serving as fancy appliqué for colorful eye looks. Adding both dimension and playfulness, MUAs are spangling the area around the eyes, then adding even more embellishment with glitter, sequins, and stickers.