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Latest trends of Christmas manicure
Christmas manicure 2016 promises to be great and sparkling. What trends in manicure will be popular for Christmas and New Year parties.
This year girls tried lots of variants of nail art with Scotch-tape. It is still very popular and Christmas eve is the right time to look back at this funny manicure. Red and white colors of nail polishes are preferable.
The easiest way to get outstanding manicure is to use stickers. There’s a great variety of them at any manicure shop. Choose the picture you like, apply to the nails and be a real star at the party.
When we think about New year the first thing that comes to our mind is a Christmas tree. Paintings of a Christmas tree will be claimed this year. You can get it by using Scotch tape, making manicure with flocking powder (used at velvet manicure).
Every year we read about new tendencies in manicure fashion and what professionals recommend as a must have for Christmas. Don’t ask me why. You’d better choose what kind of French you want to get this year. This solution is perfect for the festive manicure. Another trend in the world of French nails design – a combination of multiple colors or geometry. Wide geometry extremely popular this year and it will be the perfect solution for New Year’s Eve. Just combine several shades of nail polish and get an amazing manicure for New Year’s Eve. Rhinestones, sequins and stones. This year the stylists recommend paying attention to an unusual combination of large and small sequins that organically blend in with each other. This manicure is appropriate in any situation, because it just looks luxurious.
In the New Year we can afford even the most courageous decisions that are ambiguous and combine several decorative elements: bright colors, sequins, rhinestones and so on. However, stylists emphasize that this year should pay particular attention to the decorative elements and category. In the New Year’s Eve will look great variation on the theme of snow, bears, snowmen, Santa.