People Are Sporting Biscoff Inspired Nails And They're Good Enough To Eat
Ah, Biscoff. Our love for thee truly knows no bounds...
Lotus Biscoff has amassed such a cult following in recent years that people have been squeezing the sauce into their lattes, dousing cakes with the spread and crumbling the tasty little Belgian biscuits over their ice creams.
But if you want to take your Biscoff love a step further, then why not pay tribute with your manicure, too?
Introducing Lotus Biscoff inspired nails: The ultimate beauty statement to ensure you're looking tasty AF.
Yep, mani's are popping up all over Instagram featuring the same honey brown tones as the sweet, caramelized biscuit - and they honestly look good enough to eat.
There's no right or wrong way to do a Biscoff inspired polish, but if you need some inspiration, some people have used nail caviar that emulates the delicious, crunchy texture of the coffee accompaniment.
Meanwhile others have used nail art techniques to draw on a caramel drizzle. Or why not go for a black or dark brown pen to make your Biscoff nails look like they've been dunked in coffee? Mmmm.
Of course, the main thing is getting that distinctive Biscoff colouring spot on.
While there are plenty of tasty caramel and brown shades on the market, we've done some digging and we think we've found the best.
The closest colour to Biscoff's distinctive tone we could find was Essie's On The Bright Cider, which you can get your hands on here.
Alternatively, Yummy Yam by Sally Hansen is another great option, and is available here.
Once you've got your base down, you can go on to play around with nail art additions as you wish.
Add some glitzy gold nail caviar like this if you want to glam up your Biscoff look.
Or buy yourself a nail art pen and get creative - you could even etch the famous Lotus logo on your nails. Our favourite pen can be found here.
After following these tips your nails are sure to look mouthwatering!
Featured Image Credit: Lotus Biscoff