18 Sep Something Blue – The Best Nail Polishes for the Un-Traditional Bride

For years the classic nude manicure has been a wedding beauty staple but for the bride wanting a modern take on old-school tradition, a blue manicure could be just the way to shake up your look while bringing your ‘something blue’.

Here’s our pick of the top blue polishes…

OPI INFINITE SHINE NAIL POLISH – ETERNALLY TURQUOISE

This fresh turquoise blue is a bright and youthful option to give you a pop of blue without overpowering your beauty look. It offers a high shine, gel like finish so you won’t have to worry about chips either.

 

DIOR VERNIS – BLOP

Into the Gloss hailed it the colour of the Summer but we think this denim blue makes a great option for the more daring bride wanting to make a statement with her blue manicure.

 

YSL LA LAQUE COUTURE – BLEU COBALT

It’s probably as far from a traditional bridal nail look as you can get but the bride wanting drama, glamour and a completely unique option, this cobalt blue with a hint of shimmer is for you.

 

BUTTER LONDON NAIL POLISH – SPROG

This highly pigmented cornflower blue is pastel heaven for brides inspired by a Winter wonderland look. It offers a soft blue with a touch of purple and the best part is, the formula is completely non-toxic.

 

KESTER BLACK NAIL POLISH – SKY

For a subtle touch of something blue, this polish is a great choice. It’s a soft, ‘barely there’ snow blue that almost looks white. The finish offers high-shine and chip resistance for long-wear.

 

CHANEL LE VERNIS LONGWEAR NAIL COLOUR – MARINIÈRE

The colour navy is as classic as colours come but not so obvious for a wedding look. If you’re a die-hard black polish gal, navy is a chic choice to bring a touch of blue to your wedding beauty.

 

CHANEL LE VERNIS LONGWEAR NAIL COLOUR – WASHED DENIM

Another from Chanel’s iconic Le Vernis range, this slate grey offers a moodier take on blue and gives you a touch of blue without any of the brightness or pop.


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