Welcome to Day 4 of Blogmas!
One of my favourite ways to incorporate the festive feeling is by making my nails festive! For me, my festive aesthetic includes a lot of red, grey, metals and sparkle! For Day 4 of Blogmas, I wanted to share with you the nail colours and styles that I think are perfect for the Christmas season! Some of these colours are harder to find or quite old so I’ve linked some similar ones that I’ve found.
I absolutely love red nails at Christmas! I feel like you could do this with or without the silver glitter but I personally love to add a little bit of glitter for the festive season.
Diva by Collection (no longer available but this one is quite similar) and silver glitter (mine is a Kelly Brook one but I have absolutely no idea where its from and it’s pretty old so here’s a similar one) look so nice together!
A silver colour is a must for me around Christmas! I absolutely love this one – Moonstruck by Seventeen which you can get here – and I think it looks so good with red lipstick. Perfect for the festive season!
As well as silver, I really like other metallic colours for the festive season! As copper has become incredibly popular over the last few years, this colour would be a great way to incorporate this trend as well as keep up a seasonal aesthetic! This is Copper by Seventeen which you can get here.
As well as metallics, there’s something so nice about grey at Christmas. It looks amazing with a festive red and matches so many seasonal colours! I love Chai by Barry M. I used a thick white glitter over the top of this to make it look like snow which is a nice addition! I have no idea where the cute snowman one I have came from but here is one that looks the same! I love this grey without the snow effect but it looks so lovely with it, too.
I hope that this post provided you with some festive inspiration for your nails this season!
I’m really enjoying Blogmas so far! Please let me know what you think of my posts so far and if there’s anything specific you’d like to see. Also, feel free to put a link to your Blogmas posts in the comments – I’d love to read them!