Timeless Tips

My second wedding anniversary is coming up soon, and it reminds me of all the happy memories associated with my special day. As a beauty aficionado, I spent a lot of time planning hair and makeup. Surprisingly, I didn't put much thought into my manicure and pedicure, though I ended up choosing classic neutrals that blended in seamlessly. For brides-to-be who do want an extra special manicure, here are two looks from Essie sure to showcase but not overshadow the rings on the big day.

timeless beauty. polish off your wedding look with a classic french manicure.
step 1: hydrate with apricot cuticle oil.
step 2: clean then prep nails with an essie base coat.
step 3: apply one coat of mademoiselle. let dry.
step 4: apply adore-a-ball in one continuous brush stroke across the tip of the nail from left to right.
step 5: apply a second coat of mademoiselle.
step 6: shine + seal with an essie top coat.

 

be bridal-beautiful with this dotted nail art design.
step 1: hydrate with apricot cuticle oil.
step 2: clean then prep nails with an essie base coat.
step 3: apply two coats of hubby for dessert. let dry.
step 4: using a small dotting tool dipped in tying the knotie, create evenly spaced, staggered rows of dots across the nail.
step 5: shine + seal with an essie top coat.

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