Nail designs for your wedding in 2020

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Nail designs for your wedding in 2020

Apart from the dress, your nails also play a big part in your wedding look. Manicures are a way to express your personal style, so why should your wedding nails be any different? Whether it's traditional white or something a little edgier, here are a few nail ideas for the big day.

White flowers over golden tips

If you want a slight variation on the traditional manicure, then make the tips of your nails gold, not white, and add some white flowers to the base of the golden tips. This simplistic but regal design will add that extra flourish to your wedding outfit without being too daring or bright.

Add a touch of sparkle

For those of you who love the French manicure, why not add some sparkle to it? You can do this in several ways. Firstly, you could add little gemstones, creating floral patterns or only have them on your ring finger, highlighting the importance of it. A second way you could incorporate sparkle into your nail design is by having sparkly nail polish or a chrome powder, which Chroma Gel has a wide selection of.

Gentle shades

There's no restriction when it comes to what nail colour you use for your big day, but gentler tones such as dusty pinks or calming blues will subtly add to your look without making them stand out in a negative way. If you want to do your nails in the traditional colours of white or cream you can, but add some subtle dots in the colours of your wedding (maybe some gems too!) and soon the guests will be in awe of your hands.

Ombre

If you want to show everyone that you are with the current designs and trends of beauty and fashion, then having ombre nails at your wedding will be the perfect opportunity. Have them match your wedding colours to be that little bit more sophisticated and everyone will be complimenting you and your style.

Chroma Gel has a fantastic collection of gel nail polish for your wedding, so contact them today for advice and product information.

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  • Michael Kyriacou
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