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TOP of the most popular questions about wedding nails

Wedding season is upon us and many brides-to-be are busy finalizing all the last-minute details. So, we have collected the most popular questions and tried to answer them.


How long before your wedding should you get a manicure?


One to two days before your wedding is also when you want to get your nails done. Don't worry; your mani/pedi will still be in good shape on your wedding day. And of course, this is also when you'll have your ceremony rehearsal (unless you're doing yours on the day of like we did) and rehearsal dinner.


What kind of nails do you use on wedding day?


Most brides love the idea of bling, lengths, and nail styles that are okay on a normal day. But for the wedding, consider the ring, dress, and theme colour. Short nails with square tips or almond-shaped medium-length nails are the best for a wedding.


What color should a bride do her nails?


Brides who want the classic bridal look can pick shades of nude or white nail polish. They can also go for the timeless French manicure look; you can never go wrong with that! As for brides who want a bold wedding manicure, they can choose shades of pink, sky blue, emerald green, or even red nail polish.


Which nail polish is best for a wedding?

Plush Blush is the quintessential bridal nail color: a soft pink hue with a glossy finish.


What color nails go with everything?


If you don't know how to wear white nail polish, don't fret, it's actually the easiest color to pair. White nails truly go with everything and make any color pop. If you're silently questioning “does white nail polish look good?”, the answer is yes.


What color nails show off the engagement ring?


Opt for an icy blue or white nail color, these hues will give your ring the room to shine while still providing an eye-catching backdrop. If you want a brighter look, go for a deep fuchsia to provide a bit more color without overpowering the sparkle of your engagement ring.


Should your nails match your dress wedding?


Here's the short and fast answer: As a bride, you should wear nail polish in a color that works with your dress and your skin tone. Light neutrals like white, off-white, taupe, soft gray, and blush pink are perfect for brides. For something a bit different, try pale blue, gold, burnt orange, or edgy black nails.





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