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Bridal Nail Trends You Need To Rock Right Now

  |  By Alison McGill
Bridal Nail Trends You Need To Rock Right Now

Your nails will never be more important then they are from the moment you get engaged until your wedding day. Everyone will be looking at your hands, which means it’s time to step up your manis and have some fun with the looks you choose.

If anyone knows nails it’s the experts at CND, creators of the long-wear gel shellac manicure, and recently-launched Shellac Luxe (which offers all the goodness of a traditional shellac but can be removed from nails after just 60 seconds of soak time). We recently had a chance to chat with CND founder Jan Arnold  about what’s haute for brides when it comes to nail styling.

“The modern bride is very individual in how she approaches her wedding,” Arnold shares. “Everything about the event is an expression of personal style and individual taste and that includes the nail look. Because of this, I definitely see brides pushing it a little more with their wedding look than they have in the past.”

Arnold says she loves seeing more women stepping it up and experimenting with colour and nail art. One of her favourite bridal styles of the moment is rocking a long, sleek pointy almond-shaped nail with a crystal clear tip finished with a subtle fishnet pattern, tiny crystal details and even bold pearl embellishments. “I love applying tiny pearls along the cuticle line or adding a bit of chrome to a beautiful white nail to make it a little cooler and fashion forward. For me, nails are about fashion and fashion is fun so people shouldn't be afraid to get playful!”

This article was originally published on Aug 29, 2018
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