Another Bridal fashion recently week came to an end, and for Professional Nail Designers, that means it’s time to look back on the latest wedding dress trends to make their way down the runway so that we can help our clients match their Bridal Nail Art Trends to the very latest wedding designs.
Last season’s romantic 3-D floral details were still in full bloom, while plunging necklines were seen in almost every collection (get ready to bare that decollete 2017 brides!), and big bold florals embroidered otherwise sleek minimal looks. The dresses remain in white or ivory white with polka dot top spot, but this year there are fashion designers who add pastel purple, pastel blue and pastel green to their collection. Blush Pink is an especially popular color this season!
With these trends in mind, here is some modern, yet classic Step by Step Nail Art inspiration from Magnetic. Your client may only get married once, so you want to make sure that your her nails look unforgettable. Remember this – on the day – your client will be showing off her new wedding ring to everyone she invited to her wedding – when she show’s off her ring, you want to make sure that her wedding nail art steals the show!
Below is a step by step tutorial, complete with products used in this design. Simply click on a link to view the products in Magnetics Online Store for Nail Techs.
Paint the nail with One Coat Rose Quartz (106647). Cure the nail for 30 seconds in Magnetics Twin Light. If you are using a UV lamp, cure the nail for 2 minutes. Apply a thin layer of One Coat Pearly Pearl (106625) and cure for 30 seconds in the Twin Light. Paint the base of the roses with Detailer 3 (176020) and a mix of Gelpolish Very Berry (103286) and Gelpolish Proud Mary (103213).
Take a little bit Gel Paste (106800) on the corner of the One Stroke brush (117204). Then create the shadow of the flower using the One Stroke technique. Cure for 30 seconds in the Twin Light or for 2 minutes under a UV Lamp.
Seal the nail with Magnetics Supreme Finish (104506). Cure for 1.5 minutes in the Twin Light. And finally, add some details using the Brush Vrush and Extreme White Gel. Cure for 2.5 minutes under the Twin Light.
Designs by Elena Galazyuk