9 Best Nude Nail Designs to Inspire Your Next Summer Manicure!
A nude manicure is a classic for a reason; it’s subtle, it’s elegant, and it goes with absolutely any outfit! From breezy summer dresses to pantsuits, your nude manicure will complement your look no matter what. It’s a great manicure rain or shine, day or night, so here are some of the very best designs you can use for inspiration for your next manicure.
Perfect Nude Nails
Personally I’m not really someone who goes to the salon myself on a regular basis, if not at all. Naturally I’m quite a busy person and even though I do try to paint my nails as often as I can – sometimes I want a quick and easy solution and if I can find a good press on nail, they’ll usually be my go tos. I was pleasantly surprised by the quality and affordability of these ones. These ones are by the brand “Girlz Only” and I know what you’re thinking… aren’t they made for kids?!. I know, I know – the same thought crossed my mind. But I thought I’d bite the bullet on this one and try it out for myself. And you know what they say - you can’t beat it till you’ve tried it (and I’m glad I did!) Look at how absolutely gorgeous this shade of nude is! The application is the same as every press on nail – you apply a thin layer of the nail glue all across the back of the fake nail, position it against your cuticle, slowly lower it onto your real nail and hold for 10 seconds. Sometimes I wonder why I don’t do this more often! I can’t really fault this product. For the price you get it at, it really is worth trying. These press on nails are at a manageable length, a universally flattering shade of nude (yes there are different shades of nude) and perfect for those who want something that looks put together yet looks effortless at the same time.
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