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Sally Hansen : Eid Al Adha Nail Art by Madeline Poole



Gray tones are the perfect way to add a tomboy spin to a feminine design. The use of multiple textures and hues brings the French Manicure bang up to date.

The classic French manicure was picking up popularity again recently. Adding an extra stripe of color or switching out the colors is a way of modernizing it while making it feel less ironic and more current. With gray tones trending as well this example blends both trends into one easy to wear look.


Miracle Gel “Grey Matters” and Xtreme Hard As Nail “Celeb City”


A beautiful manicure starts with maintaining healthy nails. This is especially important when the nail look incorporates negative space like this Updated French. Sally Hansen’s Vitamin E Cuticle Oil provides much needed moisture for ragged nail beds. This quick-absorbing formula leaves cuticles, and nails, deeply hydrated, soft and healthy-looking while helping to defend against harsh, drying environmental elements faced daily. The formula is enriched with Vitamin E.

Nail Rehab fills ridges and conceals damage making it perfect for applying before a negative space manicure and defends against breaking tearing and peeling.

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