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Morgan Haile’s Wedding Nails Done by Dad

Last August, Gelish founder and nail tech Danny Haile, had the honor of doing his daughter's nails for the big day.

Helping clients get wedding-ready is one of the most important jobs a nail tech can do. But when a big name in the nail industry gets married, it’s a family affair. Last August, Morgan Haile (of Morgan Taylor nail lacquer) tied the knot with Tony Gonzalez. Her dad, Gelish founder and nail tech Danny Haile, had the honor of doing her nails for the big day.  

The theme of Haile’s wedding was vintage. Hues from the color palette consisted of blush pink, ivory, and dusty blue. The theme carried from the pre-wedding festivities such as the shower and engagement party all the way through the ceremony itself.

The Haile-Gonzalez family: Danny Haile (far left), Morgan, Tony Gonzalez, and Sheila Haile. Photography by Enchantment Portraiture. 
<p>The Haile-Gonzalez family: Danny Haile (far left), Morgan, Tony Gonzalez, and Sheila Haile. Photography by Enchantment Portraiture. </p>

When it came to her nails, Haile chose acrylics with a floral design from the Morgan Taylor stamping plate collection. Since Gelish and Morgan Taylor are the Haile family business, Morgan’s nails were done at the company’s Brea headquarters. Danny did the nails for his daughter, making this manicure all the more memorable.

Follow these steps to get the vintage-inspired bridal design:

1. Use ProHesion Liquid + Powder Master Kit to create acrylic nails. Blend Gelish colors in pink/nude tones for a custom blend and apply two coats.

2. Stamp Flirty Florals from Designer Plates in Morgan Taylor Chain Reaction. Place on two fingers per hand. Outline the stamped design with a white color.

3. Pour ProHesion white acrylic powder on top of the design for a velvety texture.

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