BRIDAL NAIL FOR ONE AND ALL:Â
Spring and summer is a time of love and there are always weddings are always in bloom. If you are a bride-to-be – well, lucky you! – choosing what you nail will look like is probably one of the last things you have in mind. Isn’t wedding planning already enough to drive a bride-to-be mad?
To save you some headache, we have curated some lovely Nail Art trends fit for the most beautiful brides. But even if you are not a bride, we hope you can still find love for these beautiful nails. Hey, bridesmaids and maids of honor can look good too, right? Seriously, some of the nail trends we pick are good enough that you can don to sunday brunches even if you are not attending a wedding early! So, Enjoy!
TOÂ EMBELLISH OR NOT TO EMBELLISH — THAT IS THE QUESTION: Â
OK. It’s a wedding. Pearls, flowers, and diamond glitters are still expected, right? Sure, Bridal Nail Art with these embellishments still look great, if you don’t overdo it. We think you can go for these special additions and adornments,Â especially if you have simple and clean dress, hair and make-up — because these small embellishment adds the unexpected surprise in a small dose. However, if you already have a heavy & complicate dress or makeup/hair, we say go easy on nail embellishments!
METALLICÂ BRIDAL:Â Â
You don’t need to be in pearls & flowers to be a bride! Here, we have more subdued versions of bridal nails that is still very romantic, classic and bridal. Go for something that is in a pink, purple, or peach hue with gold, silver or metallic sheen. Or add very fine glitters to make it a bit more special for the wedding. We think this goes very well if your dress is already very embellished so you the whole thing does not feel over-designed. This works well for bridesmaids, too!
THE MODERNÂ BRIDE, THE CHIC BRIDE:
There’s no need to be in pink or white for something to be considered ‘bridal’ anymore, especially the accessories. So, go ahead, have fun and be whimsical. We think a variety of pastel shades — baby blue, yellow, apple green, etc. — works very well for a super modern & clean or unconventional bridal gown. It’s the ‘de rigueur’ chic! This is what Alexander McQueen, or Tim Burton (if he ever becomes a designer), or Marc Jacobs would have wanted for their bridal collections!