Get the Look- Naked Nails

Nail art is finally a thing of the past. No longer do we care whether our fingers are flowers, flags or fruit; For the time being at least, we have better things to do. 

What started as a statement soon became a phenomenon; but with every craze, there’s the counter phase. There’s the moment when we realise actually no, nail art is a bit of a pain in the arse. Whether you’ve splodged your spots one too many times, or you’ve run out of ideas on how to recreate a bloody daisy; it’s finally time to hang up your tool kit and clean up for Spring.

The naked nail has been gaining momentum since this year’s Oscars- where Margot Robbie wisely let her YSL do the talking-  and has appeared on the hands of all of our Blush crushes in the past week alone; and is the easiest way to add a little polish.

Get the Look:

Chanel Beige nail

While we’re not all able to purchase this season’s Chanel messenger bag, the brand’s classic nude is easily attainable. Chanel’s 565 Beige, might not look like fun in a bottle, but it’s soft shimmer is surreptitiously sexy.

Chanel, Le Vernis in 565 Beige, £18,  Boots

butter London keen

If you’re after a slightly warmer nude, Butter London’s peachy Keen is ideal for warming up winter-worn skin. Its peachy pigment suits all skin tones and two coats turns this nice-girl nude into a cool opaque.

Butter London, Nail lacquer in Keen, £12, butter London

Sally Hansen Insta dri

A good top coat is crucial for adding sheen and delaying that inevitable first chip. Nail-care queen Sally Hansen’s, Insta-Dri Top Coat, is a dream and dries nails in 30 seconds; Whilst it’s ideal for speeding up drying time- particularly for dark nail colours -this Spring we’ll be wearing ours on its own.

Sally Hansen, Insta-Dri top coat, £5.99, Boots

L + J x



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Jamilatsj

Fashion Journalist and Beauty Blogger from London

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