Your nails, an art!

It’s time to break style rules! One easy way to get an instant lift for your look and your mood is to get your nails done.

It’s also an easy way to be trendy without making huge investments or cluttering your closet. Feel adventurous and try a new bold nail trend.

Creative Director, The Nail Bar, Ameera Abraham shares some nail trends that are hot this season: Photo 1 This look is called innocence, it’s a breath of fresh air from the traditional french nails for brides. The nude shade of pink, with pearls and gold decals embellishments makes it classy.

They are just the perfect nails for the perfect bride! Photo 2 This look is called something blue. Inspired by the popular saying “something borrowed, something blue”, the look was created using caviar beads and rhinestone.

Are you bold enough to wear your nails as your something blue? Photo 3 This look is called rosy future. Sometimes, simplicity is key when it comes to nails for special occasions but you have to make it count.

This style employs a new twist with 3d roses and rhinestones for a statement look. The use of fuchsia polish with gold glitter brings the look to life. Photo 4 The stiletto shape has become a firm favourite with women all over the world. It’s the most sought after shape at nail salons today.

As it is a very edgy shape many question whether it can look feminine or demure. Create a very simple and feminine look to give this shape everyday touch using a soft nude shade. For those who love the stiletto’s edgy finish, embrace this look known as the showstopper.

Using gold glitter, gold metal studs and a soft hue of pink, this look is bound to get you noticed anywhere you go. Be classy! Be a showstopper! Your nails count!

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