10 Shades of Pink
February 9th, 2015
Bright pink nail polish is the perfect way to dilute the gray February weekdays away. What is important is to choose the right shade for you. For example, a rich and deep crimson hue (such as Shocking from Dolce & Gabbana) can successfully replace the classic red manicure.
Another striking option is the fuchsia shade (at MAC it is called the girl About Town), which looks great on long or short nails. But remember: manicure MUST be perfect, otherwise it is better to choose a less brighter color.
If these colors are a little bit too much for you – try a more gentle option. And it does not have to be a natural pink or a cream color that is almost invisible on the nails. In contrast, among the pastel colors are very bright options – for example, strawberry caramel shade (Glam from Kure Bazaar) or cold semi Pink (Rose Evocation of the new spring collection of Givenchy).
And then, in case you like it, you can also add some glitter touch to your nails with any of the glittered shimmer from Deborah Lippmann line. Or also if you want super shining nails as i do, you can try Dior´s Front Row,which claims to be the first couture gel-effect nail polish, featuring an advanced formula that provides you with glass-like shine and extended wear. Pink color looks also great on unusual textures like the one you get with Sally Hansen Sugar Coat Nail Polish. As you can see there are as many options to wear pink nails as you can imagine, just give it a try and start living your life with a touch of Pink!!!!
In case you are in Madrid, here i give you my list of the best places to get amazing manis and pedis in town:
Calle de García de Paredes, 78 (Zona Chamberí)
917 024 038
Le petit salon:
Calle de Almagro, 15 (Zona Chamberí)
913 196 751
Mi calle Ny:
Calle del Barquillo, 39 (Zona Justicia)
911 965 444
Nails and co: http://www.nailsco.es/
C/ Claudio Coello 76 Bajo Izq. Esquina Ortega y Gasset (Zona Barrio Salamanca)
91 576 86 98