Pinks, Frenches, and flowers ruled in the bridal nail art designs that four NAILS readers came up with.
Nails by Blasa Rizo-Dozal, Americ-Cuts, Lytle, Texas
Nails by Tricia Baldwin, Studio Salons, West Jordan, Utah
Nails by Jennifer Coffey, The Wentworth Spa in Dilworth, Charlotte, N.C.
Nails by Liz Redford, Rock Your Nails, Layton, Utah
Pinks, Frenches, and flowers ruled in the bridal nail art designs that four NAILS readers came up with. “It is such a privilege to do wedding nails. Photographers love to take pictures of the couple holding hands, so there will almost always be a shot with your nails in their wedding album,” says Tricia Baldwin of Studio Salons in West Jordan, Utah. “I take into consideration what type of person the bride is when choosing what nails to do. Some brides are conservative, so I do a French manicure look with simple flowers. Other brides are funky so I will give them a French with a stripe of their wedding colors, then top it off with some jewels or flowers.” Use these designs as inspiration when your own wedding-bound clients come calling.
Photography by Kelly Bracken
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