Here's how Louisa did it:
I love the end result, but there are a few steps I would add. Before putting glitter of any kind on your charger, I would also carefully use masking or painter's tape to cover any electrical inputs. You don't want any glitter, nail polish or glue getting in the actual electrical. Once done, I would allow it to dry outdoors or in a garage for 24 hours to allow for the strong smell to wear off. What do you think? Are you going to give this DIY a try? (Images: For Chic's Sake)
- Paint your charger with a glitter nail polish. (She used Essie's Luxe Effects in "A Cut Above".)
- Let it dry.
- When you want to change it up, carefully use nail polish remover to erase what you've done!