Ciaté® velvet is forever

The Velvet Manicure was inspired by Ciaté Creative Director Charlotte Knight whilst experimenting with luxurious textures and finishes, aiming to achieve true exuberance and sophistication. The finished effect is unlike any other, giving an indulgent velvety coat to your manicure. A two-step innovative nail art kit to create sumptuous, velvet-coated nails.Leading the way in nail art innovation, the latest kit from cult British nail brand Ciaté® brings decadent luxury to your fingertips. Featuring luxurious crushed velvet, this kit was inspired by excessive layering of exuberant textures, which was featured in fashion shows around the globe. The result? A truly unique, sophisticated, strokeable finish.


As can be expected with Ciaté nail polishes kit does not disappoint. The most standout color from the ads color is  Crushed Velvet a plum purple The crushed velvet is easy to apply and the container is a shaker style dispenser. Tap the bottle first with your finger to dispense it, this will be better than shaking it. If this is your first time to try you may have to experiment to see what works best in your hand, try starting on one side of your finger and rolling it slowly from one side to the other  this may help to get the 100% coverage of the crushed velvet you need.

After applying one coat of polish to each nail, allow to set and then if you have used the caviar beads before, apply a second coat of polish and then apply the crushed velvet, doing one nail at a time. You may find that the crushed velvet gets everywhere so after applying the crushed velvet, use the little brush to clean up around the nails, fingers anywhere the crushed velvet may have dropped.  However do NOT brush over your nails, then allow to set for about 20 minute, some users like to the let nails dry for double this time.

The set contains:
– 0.45 oz Paint Pot Nail Polish
– Crushed Velvet Powder
– Little Black Brush
– Clear plastic tray

What it is formulated WITHOUT:
– Parabens
– Sulfates
– Synthetic Fragrances
– Synthetic Dyes
– Petrochemicals
– Phthalates
– GMOs
– Triclosan

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