Fall is here, and you know what that means – matte nails are making their comeback! When it comes to autumn mani's things tend to get pretty predictable. Pastels make way for deep plums, hot pink morphed into merlot and sky blues become an inky navy. Sound familiar? And honestly, there's nothing wrong with that (always here for a berry shade). Even though the same edit of shades seem to get wheeled out every autumn, they're a classic for a reason.
While Thanksgiving might be on hold for many of us this year due to the ongoing pandemic, there is one way to get into the spirit—no turkey required—and that's with Thanksgiving nails. There are many Thanksgiving nail art ideas available out there, try them out!
When fall attributes do not fit your taste you can still pull off the holiday mood with the help of seasonal colors. Think warm tones that mirror the falling leaves, designs inspired by Thanksgiving staples like cranberry sauce or squash, or even some glitter for that festive feeling. Whatever your style, scroll on for the coolest Thanksgiving nail colors to try this year.
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Here are the best Autumn Nails perfect for this year's Thanksgiving.
According to our experts, this year is the year of red. But it's not just any red they're predicting will take off – it's the rich burgundies. A beautiful burnt burgundy never goes out of style. The shade is suitable as a stand-alone color or in nail art as a statement color. Think half-French tips, simple vertical lines down the center of the nail, or even dagger shapes using a deep, velvety red.
Dark navy blues will also trend. It’s another classic color that we’re familiar with. Such a perfect balance between a pop of color and a laid-back look. You can't go wrong with this classic! Dark nails for fall? Groundbreaking, we know. Change it up by playing with matte and gloss finishes!
Like our favourite battered biker jacket, a matte finish is edgy and alternative, but it also gives a soft, worn feel to our mani, taking it down a notch and making it feel less “done”.
In the fall, it's stylish to get colors that match the season such as light and dark brown, burgundy, teal, navy, nude, and yellow. We'd never knock the traditional — a deep, moody burgundy nail polish is essentially the pumpkin spice latte of the fall manicure realm. You could try matte tips or create a matte base to offset your nail art.
Are you ready for this Jelly nail style?
Jelly nails take their name and inspiration from the ill-advised shoe trend that came (and thankfully went) in the ‘90s. The look for the nails (and the shoes) is defined by bright, translucent colors in shades not often seen in nature. Hot pink, neon green, and candy apple red are some of the most popular looks, but really, they can be done in any color.
Why do girls love Jelly nail art?
Fingernails that look like Jell-O - a paradisiacal dream! Transparent, colorful and extravagant - the jelly nails provide extraordinary nail design and are just the right thing for real trendsetters. For the jelly nails transparent lacquers and gels are chosen, which decorate the nails with all the colors of the rainbow. Either colorful tips are used or the complete nail is varnished accordingly, so that the natural appearance of the natural nail shimmers through the transparent colour layer.
Most clients lean toward one of five basic nail shapes: square, round, oval, squoval, or pointed. Though other blended combinations of these shapes exist, these five are the most common
The oval shape is an attractive nail shape for most women’s hands and can work on long nail beds and short ones as well. Ovals can be longer to accentuate a long nail bed, or they can be shorter to complement a shorter nail bed. The oval can add length to a nail while retaining the softer curves of the round shape.
The round shape is more conservative is frequently used to create a softer, more conservative look, and it’s also a common choice for male clients because the shape mirrors the natural contours of the nail. If a client has wide nail beds and large hands, then the rounded shape can make the hands look a bit thinner.
Ways to Care for Cuticles after a Nails Experience
Do not cut your cuticles – People often think that the cuticles will keep growing such that the nails get an unsightly appearance. They then cut the cuticles. This could be painful and is also unhealthy. All the effects surrounding the cutting of cuticles are negative. Do not allow this nails attendant to cut your cuticles. Cutting could leave an infection as the space is left exposed and bacteria can enter or anything else. One can also get ridges and white spots as well as white lines which are irritating nail problems.CLASSY NAILS & SPA
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