Happy Sunday all!

I have lots of exciting things to share with you this week so definitely stay tuned.

I created this french manicure a few months ago for a submission to the bridal issue of NailIt Magazine (to be published in April). I thought it would be an interesting look for a daring and fashion-forward bride-to-be who is looking for something outside of the soft neutrals for her special day (but who is kidding who, I wore this style for a week because I loved it). I had a lot of positive feedback on this, so I thought I would share it with you. I also created a tutorial if you would like to learn how to replicate this look.

For these nails, I used Essie “warm and toasty turtleneck” from their winter collection, Motives Cosmetics’ “wedding dress” and pearl studs purchased from Claire’s.

I started off by painting my nails with the “warm and toasty turtleneck”, and then hand painted the white half moon and french tips with “wedding dress”. Lastly I placed the pearl studs individually around the half moon shape.

For a full tutorial see below:

 

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I hope you enjoyed this look. I have some really gorgeous indies to show you tomorrow so stay tuned!

Until next time,

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