A brides nail polish color is up to the bride. However pale colors such as light pinks, nudes, and metallics are the most popular nail polish colors for brides. Metallic (not too sparkly) polishes with both gold and silver flecks look fabulous with all skin tones. Light purple/lilac polish is also always safe. It complements almost all skin tones. Reds and bold colors will draw attention to your nails and hands instead of to your face. Some brides consider the season that their wedding is being held when choosing their nail polish color. Cooler polish colors such as beiges, creams, and light blues are popular in the winter. Warmer colors like pinks, corals, tans and white are spring and summer favorites. A french manicure is another popular option.
Tip: Get your manicure the day before your wedding. If you are getting gel get your manicure two or three days before your wedding.
Pretty nails have been a beauty goal forever. Nail color has been around for a long time. Cleopatra is said to have worn a deep red color on her nails. French women began getting French manicures in the eighteenth-century. In the early 1900’s Cutex introduced liquid nail polish. In the 1940’s after WWll getting a manicure and / or pedicure began to grow in popularity. Today manicures and pedicures are not only fashion rituals, but because of the popularity of open toe shoes, and sandals pretty nails have become necessities for many women.
Nail Care Tips
A regular nail care routine is essential for beautiful and healthy nails. Looking good has to do with good grooming and the proper nail care is essential. The most important thing next to a good manicure is keeping your cuticles moisturized. A good time to moisture is at bedtime.