5 Wedding Nail Ideas That Make Ballet-Slipper Pink Look Even More Boring
I have nothing against a ballet slipper nail--it's a classic and lovely look--but you can't deny it's kind of a predictable and forgettable pick...
by Petra Guglielmetti, Glamour Magazine
If I were getting married again tomorrow I think I'd go for something a lot more memorable and special, like one of these 5 wedding-worthy, shimmering nail ideas.
1. Festive glitter nails (Shown here: Sally Hansen nail strips)
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2. Elegant gold tips
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3. Flecks of shine on nude nails
4. A glitter French manicure
Would you wear sparkly nails on your wedding day? Like any of the above ideas?
Photos: via Petra Pinterest
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