The smallest details make the difference so matching your jewlery with your manicure is absolutely possible. 😊😊😊 This does not mean that you have to change your manicure every time you wear a different ring or a bracelet. Instead, by following a few simple tips you can come up with a couple of general ideas for balancing your look, which will be easy and pleasant to perform later on.
Here are a few things to note.
Natural is bae
Too much attention to your jewellery or hands can be somewhat irrelevant, for example in a bride’s outfit, in the office, or on a first date. For underlining the natural beauty of your hands and a plain ring, using a simple pattern in a natural colour is best. Pink polish looks very soft and feminine, perfectly matches and rings from white metal or rose gold. Jewellery pieces with pearls would also be a good match for such manicures. For a more interesting design decorate your nails with a polish matching the colour of the metal of the piece.
Classic polish colours and maximalism in jewellery
With one, two, or three simple small jewellery pieces it’s easier to choose an appropriate pattern and colour for the manicure, while when wearing more than four rings or big statement pieces such as rings with massive gems or wide bracelets with figurines it’s hard not to look kitsch. The best polish colour in this situation is a classic wine red or simple black. Another easy way to ‘fit in’ such jewellery pieces with your outfit is to select a nail polish in the same colour. This trick usually works really well with bulky and large jewellery, for example, wide bracelets. And if you want to wear a big statement ring with large gems or similar colour palettes, the best nail polish colour to choose is the same one as the gems.
Balance of originality
Expressive rings with a unique design or large forms look good when combined with a simple manicure. Natural colour of your nails will direct the attention of onlookers to the unique piece. Don’t spend too much time on drawing intricate pictures and designs on your nails either. If the ring has a very active form, the most you should do is experiment with the colour of the nail polish. With complex rings without any gems you can try wearing a bright hue to add some colour to the appearance of your hands.