Mani of the Week: Featuring Nail Rock Foil Manicure

I haven’t been this excited about a manicure since, well, last week (don’t judge me). I absolutely love how my Nail Rock Foil Manicure turned out. My love and excitement grew even more when I got unsolicited compliments from strangers. Anyhow, now that I have built this up like that time Obama said “you can keep your doctor,” let’s get to!

Here’s What You Need:

  1. Tweezer
  2. Nail Rock Foil Kit in Silver and Rose Gold
  3. Top Coat


Nail Rock Foil Manicure Supplies


  1. Apply two coats of polish to each nail. I used the blue polish from the silver kit.
  2. As soon as you are finished with the application, use tweezers to rip pieces of the foil and gentle place on nails.  
  3. Use bare fingers to gently press foil onto polish. 
  4. If you like the look of just the foil, apply the topcoat and you are done (shown below).Nail Rock Foil Manicure - Blue
  5. If you want the effect of foil floating in your polish, apply two very light coats of the blue polish over the foil.
  6. Apply top coat to boost shine and extend polish and you are done!


Nail Rock Foil Manicure


Did I already say how much I love this manicure? This manicure looks complicated but it is super easy to do. It’s really shiny and lasted about 7 days.  The Nail Foil is my favorite of all the Nail Rock kits I have tried so far because it is easy to use and also rather unique. If you want to add a little umph to your manicures, I highly recommend the Nail Rock Nail Foil kit.

Nail Rock Foil Manicure kits retail for $8.00. Available at Walmart & Walgreens and online at

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Christene Carr About Christene Carr

Christene is a marketing and social media strategist who has worked with start-up companies as well as established brands. She takes a practical approach to beauty and her reviews and comments often focus on ingredients as well as efficacy. For Christene, being bored is never a concern...when she is not busy running marketing campaigns, testing beauty products and concocting new beauty potions, she is creating food and drink recipes, writing, making dresses, eating, or any one of a myriad of random things she thoroughly enjoys. Find Christene on her blog,, and follow her randomness on Twitter @ChristeneCarr


  1. Anamika says:

    Rocking mani. love it

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