June 19, 2017
Crystal Pixie is Swarovski’s latest nail art crystals range, and it’s truly gorgeous. So, what exactly is it? Well, there are two kinds: Crystal Pixie Edge which is a mix of tiny diamond-shaped crystals; and Crystal Pixie Petite which is a mix of round and tiny cut crystals. Both of them come in beautifully shaped, majestic bottles.
To give your nails a little extra sparkle or glam, apply your base coat and colour (which can also be over the top of gel nails), then sprinkle the tiny crystals over your nail – it’s best to do one at a time – when the colour is still quite wet. Make sure you sprinkle over a jar so you can pour the remaining crystals back into their bottle, using its handy funnel, once you’re finished. Gently press the crystals into your nail to set, then apply a top coat to the edges of your nail. And voilà!
So what style should you select? We have a variety of colours and styles to choose from, so you can mix and match to suit your mood. Try out Exotic East for a dark impact and texture. This pack comes with a 5g bottle of the dark and tiny Swarovski loose crystals, as well as three types of coloured Swarovski crystals; ten of each. So, if you prefer a darker, gothic nail, add some texture and a little sparkle of colour to either one, or all ten, for sultry glamour.
Alternatively, you could try our Candy Land collection; a metallic pink which glitters in myriad shades of pink for that glam rock look. Cover your nails in this punky shade, pick just one nail per hand, or mix in with other Swarovski loose crystals in chunkier sizes for a unique, arty effect. Sparkle doesn’t just apply to jewellery!
Each pack of Swarovski Crystal Pixie comes with a bottle, funnel, and full instructions of how to use everything – don’t worry, it’s easy. We dispatch on the same day, and our delivery is free. If you need any help at all, we are on hand to help via phone, email, or live chat. So why not get artsy?
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The Bluestreak Crystals Size Chart can be found below. To download / print a PDF version of this colour chart, please click here.