Bridal Manicure Ideas For Your Special Day
For blushing brides who are eagerly awaiting their walk down the aisle this spring, picking out a flawless manicure can help you complete your beauty statement for your big day. Whether you’re wearing a traditional fairy tale gown or leaning toward simplicity with a bohemian chic frock, a polished set of tips can leave you feeling like a princess. With wedding season on the horizon, here are a few beautiful bridal manicure ideas to keep in mind.
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Luxurious linen tweed nails: These gorgeous neutral nails are perfect for an eye-catching and urban approach to the classic wedding manicure. To recreate the look, apply a base coat of Essie’s Spin the Bottle shade for a layer of semi-sheer nude. Next, bring a second colour to your manicure with a coat of platinum white Pearly White polish (also by Essie). To bring an edgy tweed-patterned finish to your nails, use a striping brush and an application of Essie’s snow white Blanc and sheer nude Allure polish shades.
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Pale pink tips: If you prefer understated pastel hues, complete your wedding day nails with a refreshing and spring-ready light pink manicure. For a subtle hint of colour, try polishing your short and oval-shaped nails with Sally Hansen’s Arm Candy shade.
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Playful wedding ring inspired nails: For a funky take on the season’s bridal nail looks, try taking your cues from this creative manicure idea which features stamped nail art. To achieve the look, start off by using a lace inspired stamping plate and white stamping nail polish. Next, seal the deal with a clear top coat, and apply a solid application of white polish on one fingernail as a statement look. To get a wedding ring inspired touch on this nail, add a glimmering silver nail gem and prepare to sparkle.
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