It’s that time of the year again! If you’ve been following my blog through the years you might remember the Christmas specials I annually do. Just like I do for Halloween, my Christmas specials gather the best from Pinterest when it comes to ideas for EASY decorations, nail art, treats, table settings and more.
I’ve come up with quite an archive by now! So I’ll leave the links to previous years’ posts down below. Please feel free to check them if you’re looking for inspiration in:
Easy treats and Festive drinks: http://www.stylebydeb.com/the-christmas-countdown-part-iii-20-easy-treats-festive-drinks/
Table settings: http://www.stylebydeb.com/the-christmas-countdown-part-iv-table-settings/
Nail Art, Wrapping and Tags: http://www.stylebydeb.com/christmas-ideas-nail-art-wrapping-tags/
And two mixed general round ups of the best of Pinterest: http://www.stylebydeb.com/the-christmas-spirit/ & http://www.stylebydeb.com/the-most-wonderful-time-of-the-year/
This year I’ll be covering all things nail art in this first instalment of my Christmas Edition. I separated them in four categories based on their designs: Easy, Cute, Non Traditional and Classy. Which one is your favorite style?
A.k.a the ones you and me can do 😉 If you’re a newbie to nail art or you just simple have no patience for more elaborated designs lol, you can stick to the good ol’ accent nail idea or a glittery French mani.
If you like more romantic and girly designs, this section is for you! Embrace the Holidays with colorful designs of Christmas trees, mistletoes, snowflakes and polka dots. Tis the season to be merry!
What about the girl who has tried all the styles already? Or the girl who’s tired of red, green and golden together? She can also feel 100% festive even staying away of the traditional or cliché colors and thinking outside the box. 🙂
If snowmen, Santa Clauses and reindeers are not your thing, I got you. I think, too, they’re a bit over the top to be honest. That’s why I selected these five glamorous and elegant Christmas nails. Replace bright red with a deep burgundy or wine color is a must, and be careful not to overuse golden (that’s a hard one! Lol).
If you liked these pins, follow my Christmas board on Pinterest HERE for new ideas every day!