Top 5: Creative Manicures


It seems like creativity has taken over in terms of manicures the past few months. From nails painted to look like watermelons to manicures that resemble Movember – we’ve seen it all!

Here are, according to the RiverBlogger, the top 5 creative manicures:

1. Short square nails with rounded corners painted with a dark colour like rich burgundy or midnight blue. Play around with some texture like in the picture below:

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2. For something refreshing, try colours like white and other bright colours or even a soft gold.

3. The classic French manicure has undergone major modifications and the current trend is much more dramatic than the previously subtle manicure. To create this new trend, keep the base of your nails a neutral, muted colour and edge them off with any colour like dark red or even silver. Why not try the below manicure for Valentine’s Day?

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4. Bold nails are very popular these days, meaning that colours like metallic or a mixture of blue and red are some of the top sellers. Don’t be afraid to experiment with colour, texture and prints.

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5. Polka dots are currently also very popular for manicures. Usually painted in black and white, other colours make just as good a statement.

Source: beautylish.com via Riviera on Vaal Hotel & Country Club on Pinterest

Visit Zorgvliet Spa and bring along your creative manicure ideas!

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