The Prettiest Wedding Nails for Bridesmaids

Ah, weddings – they’re all about decisions. And if you thought deciding on your own hair and makeup for the big day was hard enough, don’t forget you’ve got a whole other gaggle of girls to think about – otherwise known as the bridesmaids. Pleasing them all can be tricky, but if you’re after something a bit more interesting than your bog-standard nude nail, jazz it up with our three nail looks and you’re sure to find a happy medium.

1- The Neon Coral

If you want to stick to neutral-toned nails, but are after more than a plain nude, you might want to try something a bit brighter. Essie’s Nail Polish in Serial Shopper, £7.99, is the perfect apricot colour; just a few coats and you’re good to go. Great for a bright pop that’s guaranteed NOT to clash with your colour scheme.

Peachy Pop

Essie’s Nail Polish in Serial Shopper, £7.99

2- The Half Moon

This modern look is a fresh new take on the classic french manicure. To start with, paint the nail with a coat of NYC’s Expert Last Nail Enamel in Pinstripe White, £2.49. Once dry, paint the tips with Chanel Le Vernis Nail Colour in Secret, £18, making sure the moons of the nail are left white. This one requires a steady hand, but the results sure are worth it.

 


The Half-Moon Nail

 

Chanel Le Vernis Nail Colour in Secret, £18

3- The Glitter Girl

There is no such thing as a wedding too formal for glitter. For a sutble touch of the sparkly stuff, paint nails with a coat of Diego Dalla Palma’s Nail Polish in Pale Pink, £9.50, and then add a layer of L’Oréal Paris Colour Riche Nail Top Coat in Boho Look, £4.99 for a pretty shimmer.

 

Glitter Glam

 

Diego Dalla Palma’s Nail Polish in Pale Pink, £9.50

 

 

Annie Quinton

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