Jordin Sparks’ Gold Flecked Manicure: Get The Luxe Look

Mon, December 17, 2012 2:38pm EDT by Add first Comment
Jordin Sparks Manicure
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The singer’s glitzy manicure shimmered at the VH1 Divas After Party for the VH1 Save The Music Foundation on December 16 in Los Angeles, California. Here’s how you can copy her diva look — using REAL gold flakes!

Jordin Sparks, 22, popped her cobalt dress and steely blue accessories with a rich chocolate brown manicure. The ultra glam look is easier to copy and more affordable than you’d think!

Jordin’s rich manicure was warmed up with a light dusting of metallics. Do we spy real gold leafing on her digits? You can copy her look with a standard glitter nail polish — but why not go for the gold?

To go all out on your own diva manicure, treat yourself to a real gold flecked mani topped with Sephora by OPI It’s Real 18K Gold Top Coat. This glitzy polish features subtle flakes of REAL 18k gold in a clear base. That way, you are not only adding touches of luxury to your basic mani, you are also sealing in your color and warding off chips!

For a subtle shimmer, add a light top coat to your neutral nails. Jordin’s chocolate brown base makes for a wonderful combination. The eye-catching glitter flecks will definitely make you take notice, but they are so fine that you won’t feel overpowered by the look after one coating. But since you’re already going for the glam look, layer on a couple of coats and build up the gold accents! After a few quick-drying coats, your nails will look like they are crackled with gold!

HollywoodLifers, would YOU wear real gold flecks on your manicure?

– Kristine Hope Kowalski

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