Glitter Royal Blue Coffin Nails

The coffin nail trend is still going strong, and we are always seeing new designs. One of the latest trends is glitter royal blue nails. This color is vibrant and eye-catching, and perfect for any occasion. If you want to learn how to create this look, keep reading! This guide will share some trendy design ideas and show you how to create a coffin nail design at home.

How to create a coffin nail shape?

Coffin nails are long and slender and have a tapered end. This shape is named after it resembles a coffin. If you want to achieve this look, you must file your nails into a pointy shape. Once you have the desired shape, it’s time to add some color! You can do this at home or go to a professional nail technician.

For this design, we recommend using royal blue polish. As a good alternative, you can consider prom royal blue coffin nails, or add rhinestones to create a royal blue design with diamonds. Apply one or two coats of polish, depending on how opaque you want the final result. Use a sponge to dab the polish onto your nails to get the glitter effect. Start with a small amount of polish and build up the glitter until you are happy with the look. Finish off with a top coat to seal in the design.

Gel coffin nails

If you want your glitter royal blue coffin nails to last longer, you can opt for gel polish. Gel nails are cured under UV light and last longer than regular polish. They are also more resistant to chipping and peeling. To apply gel polish, start by shaping your nails into a coffin shape. You can also shape gel in the proper form and length, as long as your know-how. Then, use a base coat to protect your nails from the color. Apply the color in thin coats and cure each layer under UV light. Finish with a top coat and cure once again. Your nails will now be solid and glossy!

Acrylic coffin nails

Acrylic nails are another option for those who want long-lasting nails. This type of nail is made from a mixture of powder and liquid, which is then applied to the nail bed. Acrylic nails are strong and durable, so they are perfect for those who are hard on their hands. To use acrylics, start by shaping your nails into a coffin shape. Then, use a base coat on the entire nail. Next, dip a brush into the acrylic powder and liquid mixture and use it on the nail bed. Build up the product until you have achieved the desired thickness. Finish with a top coat and cure under UV light.

Glue-on coffin nails

If you want to achieve the look of coffin nails without using any chemicals, you can opt for glue-on nails. These are fake nails that are glued onto the natural nail. Glue-on nails are available in many different shapes and sizes to find the perfect fit for your nail bed. To apply, start by cleaning your hands and nails with soap and water. Then, remove the adhesive backing from the fake nail and press it into place on your natural nail. Hold it in place for a few seconds until the glue sets. Repeat with your fingers, and then file the nails into a coffin shape.

How to apply royal blue glitter on coffin nails

Now that you know how to create the perfect coffin shape, it’s time to add some color! For this design, we recommend using royal blue glitter polish. Apply one or two coats of polish, depending on how opaque you want the final result. Use a sponge to dab the polish onto your nails to get the glitter effect. Start with a small amount of polish and build up the glitter until you are happy with the look. Finish off with a top coat to seal in the design.

If you have a UV lamp, you can use shellac with glitter in royal blue color. Here is how you can apply it. First, clean your nails and remove the cuticles. Then, apply a base coat to your nails and cure it under UV light for two minutes. Next, apply two coats of shellac in royal blue color and cure each layer for two minutes. Use a sponge to dab the polish onto your nails to get the glitter effect. Start with a small amount of polish and build up the glitter until you are happy with the look. Finish off with a top coat to seal in the design. Cure for two minutes under UV light. Your nails will now be solid and glossy!


Meet our Expert

Elaine AndrewsElaine Andrews is a professional nail technician with 12+ years of experience. She works both with gel and acrylic nails and creates artistic nail designs for her customers. She has been training nail technicians for over 6 years and is an author of her own patented nail courses. Feel free to use the comment field below to ask Elaine something you wanted to know about nails and manicures!