2020 is all about less being more, minimalism being a big trend for this year. You'll find more brides opting for neutral shades now more than ever. Nail experts from Naio Nails have put together a trend guide and tips to prepare yourself for your big day:
REVERSE MOON MANI
A twist on the classic french manicure, add glitter or gold to make your look, even more Instagram-friendly.
This trend took Instagram and Pinterest by storm, set to be the most popular for SS20. Give it a bridal twist by adding gemstones on accent fingers.
Nails painted in a natural-looking will always be a classic trend whatever the time of year, perfect for those going to the salon for the first time - adding small intricate details can elevate the whole look.
HOW TO GET THE SHAPE FOR YOU
Be guided by the shape of your nail bed. For example, if you have short and slim fingers with a narrow nail bed, then the experts recommend almond-shaped nails as this shape will create the illusion of extra length. For short wider fingers, coffin, ballerina or stiletto nails are most flatterying.
For the lucky individuals with long and slim fingers, any shape is your friend! However, if you want that extra edge, then square shapes will do exactly that.
HOW TO PERFECT YOUR WEDDING NAILS
You won't need to grow your nails long, just make sure your hands are well kept as the length can be corrected in the salon. Instead, focus on getting them stronger by investing in nail strengthener, this encourages the formation of keratin, binds the layers of the nail together and seals the nail to retain moisture. Ideally, you want your healthy nails to last post-wedding too!
Sticking to gel nails will ensure longevity without compromising the condition of your nails.
Put together a mood board on Pinterest or Instagram to show your nail artist what kind of vibe you're looking for, book in a few trial sessions months in advance.
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