Very little is left before the New year and it is time to think about what kind of manicure you will meet. Last year’s score rules the “wine” shade, and now it was replaced by the conservative chocolate. What varnish to choose this winter to stay fashionable read in this article. Reports VIVA.
The most fashionable color of the season 2018/2019 – brown. Here is where carousing: stylish will be all the color shades from cappuccino to deep black.
Delicious chocolate shades will look great on nails of any length.
Because of its neutrality the color brown is suitable for any clothes.
“Every day,” it is better to choose plain glossy cover and matte for events with patterns and sequins.
His love for chocolate shades you are not alone. Brown color in the manicure of choice for many celebrities: Kylie Jenner, Blake lively, Rihanna, Jessica Alba, Hayden panettiere and others.
Earlier it was reported that many fashionistas are concerned about how to choose the right outfit for the New year. Many astrologers recommend to stop the choice on new year’s dress brown, camel, gold, orange, red, beige or mustard color.
Sequins and paillettes are as relevant as ever this night – you will be able to demonstrate everything, on what the imagination will suffice. It should be noted that a sequin dress can be any length, the main thing that it shone brightly.
Never actually will look dress in the style of the 30’s, with a fringe that will look bold and at the same time feminine.
Expensive and very festive it will look cocktail dress. Give preference to bright colors, add accessories, and Christmas will be the star at any party.
We will remind, the worst manicure in the world showed in one of the beauty salons.
Earlier Znayu reported how to celebrate the New year and save on the Essentials.
Also Znayu wrote, in Ukraine started the new year rush. Experts have told how the gifts this year in trend and what to save.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.