Bridal Nail Care Tips You Must Know Before Your D-day.

By Joy Lydia Mercedes.

When you regret the polish you picked for any random Tuesday at the salon, it’s no big deal. You break out the acetone and take it off. But when you regret your wedding day polish, that stuff is sticking with you in photos forever, especially if you pop that pic up on your living room wall.

While brides should choose a color that makes them feel confident and fits with their personal aesthetic, one popular option is to stick with pretty and soft neutrals.

“Neutral nail polish is a such good option for wedding because it blends in and not distracting or draw attention from the wedding gown,” says Lucky Kisa a renowned beautician. “It’s always classic and chic. You want your wedding look to be harmonious at your wedding day. You want everything to complement each other so focus could be on the bride.”

Sticking with the theme, we rounded up a few more nudes, pinks, beiges, and soft iridescent shades for you to look at and be acquainted with. Don’t be misled by a profit hungry saloon-ist. Knowledge is wealth.




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