Tuesday, July 12, 2016

The Perfect Nude Nails

Creme de la Creme Nail Polish (c/o Leighton Denny)

When I'm painting my own nails, which occurs more than I'd like to admit since I can't seem to get a professional manicure during regular business hours as often as i should, I seem to struggle with lighter nail shades. Blush pinks, nudes and the like always seem so thick and hard to maneuver. I've finally found a nudey shade that I am capable of applying myself and honestly, it's such a good find!

Leighton Denny Nail Polish in Creme de la Creme is the perfect peachy nude. Let's face it, as much as some of us might like glitter, dark & stormy hues, brights and neons when it comes to our nail colors, they're not always appropriate. Some people have workplaces that frown on bold nail polish while others might feel that a more neutral shade would be more appropriate for a wedding, a funeral or another occasion where you don't necessarily feel comfortable drawing attention or prefer a more conservative look. I'm not particularly concerned with any of these things most of the time, however I do love the clean & tidy look of a nude mani now and then... It can be a very classy & chic way to accessorize an evening look or a way to create a blank canvas for a statement ring. It's nice to mix things up now and then!

Leighton Denny Nail Polish in Creme de la Creme glides on easily with very little fuss and looks lovely after a standard 2 coats. It dries quickly and finishes nicely with a standard top coat, but for an extra bit of gloss, I like to use the Leighton Denny In the Gloss Plumping Top Coat which gives it a shiny, shellac sort of look. I find that I'm wearing this understated nail color much more than I ever thought I would for the sheer ease of it... It's just so pretty and easy to wear!

For more information or to check out Leighton Denny Nail Polish in Creme de la Creme for yourself, visit the LD Boutique

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