Know what pairs really well with a favourite drink and doesn’t contain any calories? A fresh set of nails! On that note, I am sharing some of my favourite classic nude manicure looks, from my Pinterest board.
Initially I had written this roundup as an inspiration source for fall and winter manicure looks. However, most of these nude shades seamlessly transfer through all four seasons. I felt that they are also evergreen in that regard.
When it comes to my manicure, like most things, I like to keep it simple. I have found that in the past, whenever I (reluctantly) picked out a nail colour, I got bored of it really fast. By the end of the week I am usually over it.
So in order to get the most of my manicure, I started rotating between a classic white, blush or nude. My nail lady probably thinks I’m dull. Although, I do let her to add a touch of sparkle on my ring finger every now and then. I like to add a little extra should I have an occasion coming up.
I also love that a nude manicure is generally super forgiving! If I know that I will be testing recipes within a week of my manicure, I will opt to get either a nude or blush set. A nude manicure is also forgiving in the sense that if you (heaven forbid) chip a nail, it is not as terrifyingly noticeable.
Above all, whether or not you have a hard or soft gel, they tend to last a lot longer. Even if I wasn’t baking, I’d be lucky to get two weeks out of a colour before the space between my polish and cuticles was blatantly obvious.
I can easily get three weeks out of a nude manicure.
Whether or not you’re ready to jump into the new season, these neutral and timeless shades should without a doubt carry you through .
You can visit my manicure board for even further inspiration.
while the above photos have not been taken by me, they have been linked to their source through Pinterest