Please don’t tell us you’re still getting French manicures for a wedding. There are many fun nail color combinations you can try without stealing the attention from the bride or being too loud for your dress. Try three shades, including a mix of glitter as in this photo:
Or even four nudes, all in a creamy finish:
Here are shades you can try:
Going for cocktails or a fancy dinner date? We suggest the color of passion with Girlstuff in You Had Me at Merlot, or Solique Gel Nail Polish in Desire. Aren’t both those names perfect to wear on a date? Stick to one polish shade if you want a classic look. If you want to change it up, use both shades!
Is it a girl? Or is it a boy? Why not wear both teams on your nails to get into the happy occasion of the day! We suggest trying nail art with Girlstuff Solique Gel Nail Polish in Rose Quartz, Serenity, and Love Me Like You Do.
If you’re going to a bridal shower, we suggest a similar palette but in darker tones. Here is the full Solique x Agoo collection in a geometric nail art pattern. The shades used are Smitten, Cloud, and Posse. Such a fun combo for a night out on the town!
Clean and well-groomed nails is a must for job interviews. It may sound like a small thing, or even frivolous, but our nail care makes much of a first impression. Stick to one shade of nude polish especially if you are interviewing for a corporate job. Try Solique Gel Nail Polish in Cloud, Girlstuff Yours Truly, The Sweetest Little Thing, Je T’aime, Sophia, Crème de la Crème, or Grace, depending on your skin tone.
Interviewing for a more hip or fashion-forward company? Then try deep and trendy shades like Girlstuff Found Myself and Solique Gel Nail Polish in Based on a True Story. These shades still look clean and aren’t too loud.
Ronna Capili Bonifacio is a writer, editor, and columnist covering beauty and lifestyle for over a decade. She now also tries to humorously write about motherhood as a mom of two. Apart from skin care and cosmetics, Ronna’s true weakness are books and coffee. You can follow her on Instagram @ronnabonifacio and her blog: www.ronnabonifacio.com.