Kendall Jenner Provides Stunning Winter Manicure Inspiration With Dark Nails
Kenny's creamy brown nail polish wins our vote for this year's winter nail inspiration. Not only that, it so easy to execute from the comfort of your home successfully.
While Kylie Jenner is usually the sister to share her new set of grabbers with followers on the socials, recently, Kendall Jenner showed off her fall-appropriate manicure that's unlike anything we've ever seen from the supermodel: caramel, square-shaped talons.
Kendall typically goes for a short to medium set length, dissimilar to her sisters Kylie and Khloe's more long and dramatic tips. The classic square style with slightly rounded edges looks a sophisticated appearance.
Even when she's playing with colors and patterns, like for Kim Kardashian's fortieth birthday party on a private island in October, Kenny sported an inverse neon French mani featuring some tropical colors.
According to Grazia, the expert's convinced that Jenner's manicurist may have mixed nude polish shades to get this shade. If mixing up a unique shade sounds like more than trying to do right now, concoct a personalized hue; you don't have to do too much of the color-match work.
Try Kester Black Creature Comforts Nail Polish, OPI Infinite Shine Nail Colour, or Butter London Keep Calm Nail Lacquer. These shades are close enough and may look even more flattering on certain tones.
Recreate The Look
Achieving this look at home is relatively simple. Apart from or some well-prepped nails, clean and shaped and all make sure that your nails look tidy and last.
Pushing back the cuticle will give you a neat and professional finish to your nail. Remove all traces of nail polish and buff your nail bed.
Recreate The Look
You'll want a solid top coat and a rich brown polish — For this look, you want one with a glossy finish. If you don't already have one in your treasure chest, pick up OPI's Shh... It's Top Secret! or Essie's Take the Espresso.
Alternatively, you could get yourself the Kiara Sky Gelly Tips Start Kit in Short Square, recommends New York City-based nail-tech Trenna Seney to Allure. This may also be ideal for those who want a quick, gel nail set but are appropriately apprehensive about being in a nail salon amid the COVID-19 pandemic.