So you’ve fallen in love with a headpiece, now what? You’re not sure how you want to style your hair around it whilst still showcasing it? Well worry no more because today we’re going to be sharing 3 stylish & modern ways that you can show off your wedding headband, from down tasseled curls, to…Details
*NEW TREND ALERT* Geode is going to be BIG in the wedding industry this year and we are loving this trend! I mean how beautiful are the amethyst rocks? Every single stone is different and unique in it’s own way! We have a few DIYs planned over the upcoming months including geode but we thought it would be fun to kick off the trend with an amethyst nail mani! I just love how glittery and sparkly this design turned out, they are definitely sure to WOW! Here’s how to recreate this look…
YOU WILL NEED:
Grey acrylic powder and acrylic liquid (can also achieve this by mixing black pigment with clear acrylic powder in a pestle and mortar) in a light grey and dark grey // Clear acrylic powder mixed with purple magpie glitter // UV top coat to finish // Buffer // Black acrylic paint // White acrylic paint // Lecente nail art brush // Gems // Gel glitter polish //
We started off by painting a purple gel glitter polish on all of the nails except for the ring fingers, we put two coats of gel on too.Details
We’re back with another festive DIY today, this time we’re getting Christmassy with nail art! Last year, you guys loved our Christmas light cookie DIY so we thought we would bring the lights back again and create a fun tutorial to jazz up your regular manicure! I mean, sure, you could go for snowflakes or candy canes but why not switch it up and add a splash of colour to your nails this year!
YOU WILL NEED:
Silver Nail varnish // Glitter nail varnish // A thin nail brush // Black nail varnish // Acrylic nail paint in purple, pink, yellow & blue (We used Oumaxi) // Top coat //
Paint your nails with a coat of silver polish, allow to fully dry and then add another coat.
Once that’s dry, add on a coat of your glitter nail varnish and allow to dry.
They say some people wear their heart on their sleeve but how about wearing your heart on your nails?! I absolutely love how cute and fun this nail art tutorial came out and it really is super easy to recreate! You could even switch up the colours of the hearts if you wanted to and go with a shade of red or even a rainbow heart manicure!
YOU WILL NEED:
Geleration Smitten Kitten (or if you’re just using nail varnish then a bright pink!) // Gelish Tan My Hide (Or a nude pink in varnish) // Striper Brush //Details
Happy Wednesday guys, today we’re sharing 3 natural hairstyles to wear on your wedding day! They’re all really quick and easy to do and would all look equally as beautiful on you brides to be! Have a play around and see which one you think suits you best! Check out the tutorial below… What do…Details
NEW TREND ALERT! Festival freckles are in!! And how cute are they?! Today Emily’s going to be sharing with you how you can create this boho look in 2 different ways, one which is understated and one which a little bolder! The best thing about them is you can switch up the colours and even…Details
Ever thought that confetti was just for throwing? Well what a mistake that is my friend because let me tell you, natural flower confetti makes for the most amazing temporary tattoos! Don’t you just agree these would look awesome at a festival wedding?! You could add the temp tatts to your bridesmaids, yourself or even set up a little flower tattoo station for your guests to help themselves! Here’s what you’ll need to get the look:
Natural flower confetti (We highly recommend Shropshire Petals because they’re confetti is so beaut and super colourful!) // Eyelash glue // A few heavy books (for flattening the petals) // Hairspray //
Pop your petals within the heavy books and allow them to flatten, I left for mine for 3 – 4 hours which was plenty of time!
Take your eyelash glue and apply it to the back of one of the petals then adhere it to your skin. I decided to create flower shapes by positioning 5 petals together! I’ve also read a couple of tutorials online that said you can use vaseline to stick the petals to yourself but this just wasn’t working for me at all, they kept falling off and you obviously want them to last all day on your wedding!
By the time you guys read this tutorial I’ll be at Glastonbury enjoying the music in the (hopefully) glorious sunshine! If it’s raining while you’re reading this then I am probably gutted! Ha! Anyway when it came to getting my nails done for the festival Gemma came up with the idea of creating a henna type effect on my nails and I was SO GAME!!
Us gals had already bought white henna tattoos for the festival so creating a design on my nails that matched the henna was a perfect idea and I love the way they turned out! Here’s how you can recreate the look:
YOU WILL NEED:
Jessica Geleration Sugar High (Or you could use Jessica New Kid In Town Polish) // Gelish Matte Top It Off // Dotting Tool // MoYou stamp // MoYou Bridal Stamping Nail Art Plate Collection // MoYou scraper // A Top Coat // White nail polish //
Paint the nails with 3 coats of Sugar High.
Add a coat of the gelish matte top it off to add a matte effect to the nails.
Paint the section of the stencil that you want to use with the while polish, then using the scrape tool, scrape off any excess polish so that the white has filled in the gaps of the stencil.
Using your MoYou stamp pick up the design using a rolling motion then stamp it straight onto the nail. Repeat across all nails.
I don’t know a single bride that wouldn’t want their skin to be the best it could possibly be on their wedding day and believe me there are plenty of ways to give your skin a helping hand in getting into tip top shape! We asked our good friend Georgina from GG Beaty & Bridal…Details
Eek! How bright and colourful do my nails look right now?! Super Bespoke Bride am I right?! I’m not going to lie to you guys though, I did not create these nail designs myself, I called in an expert instead to give you a step by step tutorial on how you can get this look! Gemma from GPom Nails & Beauty will walk you through it all!
YOU WILL NEED:
Nail varnish in 6 different colours // A thin nail brush // A top coat //
Paint all of your base colours onto your nails and allow to dry, then repeat with a second coat.
Using a different colour of your nail varnish create geometric tips following the shape of your nails. We topped the green with orange, the pink with yellow, the blue with purple, the yellow with green and the orange with pink! But feel free to mix it up and use whichever colours wherever you like!Details