Turns out it’s not only about the hair and make up anymore. Sure, manicures were always popular and needed, but nowadays, getting a manicure is not only about technique and precision. It’s about creativity and a sharp, artistic eye with a vision.
Back in the day, not that long ago, brides didn’t have as many tempting and amazing options. It was either the classic French manicure or the neat but sexy jungle red nail polish. Now it’s really difficult to choose which shape your nails would be, let alone the design and the color, with endless options of intricate coloring, lace nails and nail jewelry.
There are so many playful combinations, but some are really over the top. Remember, you want to look like a lady, a dreamy princess, a bohemian hippie, a rock star bride, but definitely not like a circus freak with killer, overdressed nails.
Your nail art should be subtle and effortlessly noticeable. It should complement your style and not be too flamboyant. It definitely shouldn’t blind your guests. Be cool about it. Be creative, but not too creative. Make a concept and let the nail artists help you find your perfect bridal nail style.