Hello lovelies!

Today I have for you a glitter nail look which is very easy to achieve. This is Zoya Bar layered on the tips of nude nails. I covered painted my little finger and thumb with 3 full coats of Zoya Bar to make this nail design more complete. I think this glittery nail art idea would be great for a bride and would suit a champagne/golden theme reception.

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Glitter wedding nails with Zoya Bar

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Glitter wedding nails with Zoya Bar

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Glitter wedding nails with Zoya Bar

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Glitter wedding nails with Zoya Bar

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Hello lovelies!

It has been a while since I posted in my Wedding nails blog section. Today I have for you another classic French nail interpretation with some sparkle added with stones :)

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French manicure wedding nails with stones tutorial

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French manicure wedding nails with stones tutorial

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French manicure wedding nails with stones tutorial

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French manicure wedding nails with stones tutorial

First, create your French nail base

This is the first time I have tried French manicure on almond shaped nails and I must admit I love the result. Unfortunately, some of my nails tend to curve forward when they grow a bit longer so I won’t be enjoying this shape much. Anuways, I used a guiding tape to create the perfect white tip. You can add any favorite jelly nude to finish off your French manicure. I used a Maybelline NY shade I own for a while, unfortunately label has fallen off…

Then, attach stones to your nails
To attach your stones simply add a tad on the bottom and then press the stone down to your nail bed. I used some larger stones add more detail to the ring finger.

Thanks for stopping by, I hope you enjoyed!

Hello nail art lovers!

Today I have for you a textured wedding nail design, it is white and gold + easy to make using striping tape. Stay with me for some words on how I made it.

Textured white and gold wedding nails with striping tape

Textured white and gold wedding nails with striping tape

Textured white and gold wedding nails with striping tape

Textured white and gold wedding nails with striping tape

Textured white and gold wedding nails with striping tape

Textured white and gold wedding nails with striping tape

First, paint your nails white
For this manicure I painted my white base the night before I added the textured gold to this nail design. This is because you need to be 100% certain that your base is dry when you are using striping tape or you risk some smudges a flaws.

Then, randomly add some striping tape
I attached several striping tape pieces to my nails aiming to make parallel lines. I think white and gold will work great for a wedding day in various shapes so go with your imagination if you are not keen on the geometric precision parallel lines will leave you with.

Last, add a full coat of your opaque gold color
OPI Honey Ryder worked great for this wedding nail art idea. It is a one coater and gives this beautiful textured final look which makes this nail design unique. I added a single layer and immediately removed the striping tape without waiting for the formula to set. I find it is much easier to achieve a clean line when you are fast with this procedure.

To keep the textured look, do not add any top coat and simply wait for your bridal nail design to dry.

Thanks for having a look at my textured white and gold wedding nails tutorial, I hope you enjoyed!

Hello nail art lovers!

 

Today I have a super easy and super lovely wedding nails idea. It is 100% DIY friendly and it looks just beautiful!

Easy wedding nails with silver striping tape tutorial

Super easy wedding nails with silver striping tape tutorial

Easy wedding nails with silver striping tape

Super easy wedding nails with silver striping tape tutorial

Super easy wedding nails with silver striping tape

Super easy wedding nails with silver striping tape tutorial

First, paint your nails white
Start by painting your nails an opaque white color. I love white for brides + I find it very easy to decorate. For this bridal nail design I used 3 coats of my favorite Essie Blanc.

Then, add silver striping tape
Silver striping tape will make these wedding nails look exquisite and elegant. Cut 10 pieces of self adhesive nail art striping tape. Adjust stripes to your nails as it they will indicate where a French tip would start. Cut the excess edges with scissors. Tip! Paint your base color the day before you will add striping tape in order to avoid any smudges and be able to play with it with no risk to ruin your flawless base.

Last, add top coat
Add a good layer of high shine top coat to make sure your striping tape stays in place. Tip! Pay special attention to cover all nail edges so that tape won’t start peeling off.

This was my super easy wedding nails idea, I hope you enjoyed!

Hello nail art lovers!

I have missed you and posting so much lately! I have been increadibly busy and this is the reason why I cannot share nail art with you as often as I have inspiration to…

Anyways, today I have for you a simple nail art tutorial. It involves stamping and a clean nude+white design which will be perfect for a bride. Read on to see how I got this effect :)

Nude wedding nails white lace

Nude wedding nails white lace tutorial

Nude wedding nails white lace design

Nude wedding nails white lace tutorial

Nude wedding nails white lace tutorial

Nude wedding nails white lace tutorial

First, start with a matte base
This wedding nail design is basically a stamped pattern on clean nails which has been topped with a French manicure formula to achieve the built in lace effect. To get a pefrect stamp on bare nails, start with applying a nail polish base which dries matte. This will help the stamp print best and adhere to your nail surface easily.

Then, add a stamp in white
After your matte base has dried, add a pattern of your choice to each nail. I used white to get a more romantic and clean look. My pattern is from my MoYou London Suki image plate.

Last, add a sheer nude
I love how a sheer nude formula makes the white pattern integrated into the nail design and softens any harshness. You can use a formula designed for a classic French manicure base. Mine is a bit yellow as I find this hue complements best my skin tone but you can use any you already own and like.

Thanks for having a look at my wedding nails idea, I hope you enjoyed!

Hello nail art lovers!

Today I want to share with you a DIY wedding nail art with water decals. I think water decals are great for brides for many reasons:

♥ they are easy to use and you can make your own wedding nails design
♥ you have a great selection of prints to choose from
♥ water decals look good on short nails
♥ water decals are flattering on any nail shape
♥ they make a statement

Wedding nails roses bouquet

Wedding nails roses bouquet

I truly believe you cannot go wrong with water decals for your bridal nail design. Look at these beautiful roses on a bridal white background.

This wedding nails design has nothing more to it than the water decals technique. Check out my tutorial on how to use water decals for nail art to get how they work. Tip! It is very important to paint your nails in a color closest to your water decals print background. For this design I used my Essie Blanc and I think it fits perfectly the water decal and the white wedding day magic :)

Thanks for reading, I hope this idea will inspire your manicure for your big day!

Hello lovelies!

Today I want to show you these sugary nails which I think would make the perfect DIY bridal manicure. Sweet sugar is not only in this airy white color but also in its beautiful texture.

Sugar white easy wedding nails

Sugar white easy wedding nails

Sally Hansen Sugar Fix 200

Sally Hansen Sugar Fix 200

I recently got my Sally Hansen polishes from their Sugar Coat collection and hurried to put on the white one called Sugar Fix 200. It dried to the most lovely 3D texture! I still cannot stop looking at my nails and it has been almost a week now, lol.

All this time I was thinking that Sally Hansen Sugar Fix 200 will make the perfect DIY wedding manicure. It is easy to apply by yourself, I have 3 coats on my nails for this lovely sugar white bridal manicure and this is all you need. Tip! You do not need a top coat for these sugar nails. It is likely to smooth out the texture too much and you definitely want to show it off. It is also very durable, I have been wearing it for almost a week now and it still has no chips so it will be ideal for that long and special wedding day. It is very affordable. And still, it is not your plain white, it is sweet sugar on your wedding nails and has that extra something to add to your bridal manicure!

I will review Sally Hansen Sugar Coat collection in an upcoming post although you may have guessed my positive thoughts on it already :) I hope this idea inspired your easy and sweet wedding nails!

Thanks for reading, I hope you enjoyed!