Scratch Nail Wraps in Prismatic + Giveaway

August 23, 2014

Happy Saturday ladies! Today I want to share with you my funky nail design which I created with the Scratch Nail Wraps. This look is super fun and easy to achieve, so if you would like to know how to get it, keep on reading!


What I love about Scratch is that they team up with various nail artists and turn their awesome designs into nail wraps that anyone can rock.
The Prismatic nail wraps I have on my nails in this post were designed by Chelsea King, one of the most creative nail artists I've seen around the blogosphere, and I bet many of you know her gorgeous designs very well!


Like most nail wraps, the Prismatic Scratch nail wraps set comes with a full 16 wraps in different size to match your nails perfectly, a nail file and an orange stick.
These nail wraps are not made of real nail polish, but they very easy to apply and you can use your favorite top coat to make them last longer. See the full application instruction here.


The Prismatic nail wraps are completely opaque so you can apply them over clean nails or like I did in these photos, cut out some parts of the strips and layer them over a dry nail polish (my pick was a black creme base). I think these nail wraps are so fun and easy to work with, they don't require much effort  to get a fabulous nail design and they last nicely if you apply a top coat over them (don't forget to wraps the tips to prevent it from lifting!).


The Prismatic design is no longer available on the site BUT I will be giving away two sets to two winners on my Instagram, so be sure to check this GIVEAWAY out!
Each Scratch nail design is a limited edition and available for purchase at their online shop, and there are new designs constantly added to the stock, each set retails for $12. There's also a monthly Mani Box Subscription that includes 3 nail wrap designs from the monthly featured artist at a discounted price along with some surprise goodies.

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15 Comments

  1. Aaaah, LOVE what you did cutting out portions of these :)

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  2. I think was nail art, made with brush.
    but is a pretty nail wraps... I just love it^^

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  3. This looks awesome! So sad they're sold out..

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    1. Thanks. There's still a way to get them, be sure to join my giveaway on Instagram, I'm giving away two sets of this design!

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  4. Very interesting and eye-catching! :-)

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  5. That's really clever to cut them and then layer them, and the design is awesome! =)

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