I’m a nail expert – how to get Hailey Bieber’s glazed donut nails WITHOUT using gel polish | The Sun

HAILEY Bieber sparked a worldwide nail trend when she showed off her pretty pink "glazed doughnut" nails earlier this year.

And while hundreds of nail experts have taken to social media to explain how to get the look – it's usually with gel polish.

However, one pro has taken to TikTok to share how to achieve the look using normal nail polish.

The woman applied a sheer base colour – using Essie's Sheer Fantasy – before using a quick dry top coat.

She then used OPI's Chrome Effects powder in Tin Man Can, applying it with an eyeshadow brush to rub it into the top coat.

Finishing things off, she used a fanned make-up brush to dust off the excess, before applying one last layer of top coat.

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"How to use chrome powder with regular nail polish on natural nails," she captioned her video.

She added in the comments that any chrome powder can be used, writing: "This one is kinda hard to find at a reasonable price right now, but check Amazon for more options!"

"omg whattttttt," one person commented on the video.

While another added: "So pretty."

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Someone else asked how long it had lasted, with the nail pro answering: "I only wore it 3 days before I took it off, but it wore perfectly!"

"Do you have to wait till the top coat dries?" another person questioned.

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To which she said that you do.

Not everyone was impressed with the video though, with one writing: "Isn't this glazed donut trend just frosted nail polish from the 90s/2000s?"

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