At The Nail Bar - Dec 1

Saturday, December 01, 2018

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'Tis the season to add some shimmer, sprinkle bits of gold, and retire the vibrant summery hues for cooler, trendier seasonal shades. Our inspiration boards overflow with nail design ideas for you to mimic and be trendy, and we've narrowed them down to the dozen. At The Nail Bar reveals its 12 looks of Christmas…


The black background is safe, but, festive nails don't get better than gold flecked nails.


Iridescent tips with gold stripes is an understated way to bling out your digits.


The 3-D effect is trending in fashion and nail care, to give it a more festive look, opt for holly berries and mistletoe motifs.

4 & 6

Silver is a failsafe way to add understated sparkle to your pointers.


It really doesn't take much to get in the festive groove.

7 & 10

These chic geometric nail designs incorporate colour-blocking black and neutral and gold strips or full-on gold.


'Tis the season to get festive; baubles and a little bling are sure to make your digits pop!


Spiked tips or full dark hues? Decisions, decisions, decisions…


What's Christmas without a little holly?


Violet tips are on our must-have list. The best part is this aubergine hue can be worn all year round.


Try the Golden Rose Ice Color Nail Lacquer for a cosy, seasonal shade.


These black and white squoval nails with a bit of sparkle kinda reminds you of starry nights, don't they?

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