Lux Beauty Candy: Caption Nail Polish

Pinterest is great for wedding inspiration, but when it comes to the big day we want an expert opinion. We turned to Caption Polish Co-Founder, Greg Salo, who knows that many brides opt for gel manicures for their first time for the longevity to last from wedding to honeymoon, but often hate the damage afterwards. Below are Salo's tips on how to get a gel mimicking, wedding worthy manicure, with a modern twist:

    •    Wear polish that won't outshine your ring and dress: Less traditional brides are welcome to break the rules with a full set of pale blue nails or any color that that makes them happy; please just don’t try to match the bridesmaid dresses (try Caption Polish in Come Up For Air).

 •    The New Nude: A stunning way to wear nude nails is to select the usual go-to nude shades and have a nail artist polish them with an intricate lace or floral pattern (try Caption Art Screens, a new set of nail stamping kits).

 •    Modernize your French: Move beyond the classic French and try metallic Lunar Eclipse art. It’s the reverse technique just using a thin tapered line in warm gold outlining the curve of cuticle. It’s still clean and elegant. (try Caption Polish in This Old Thing or soft silver, Rewind. Repeat)

 •    Nail Art is OK for Wedding Day: Brides love using Caption Top Effect in Come To Mama, a clear polish with the finest particles of gold pigment over your natural nail. It’s subtle halo shimmer catches the light at different angles keeping it chic and not overpowering.

Your significant other is the only thing you'll need to commit to on your wedding day with Caption's gel mimicking three-step system that leaves nails with high-gloss impact!

Style: Come Up For Air | Rewind.Repeat. | Come to Mama | This Old Thing? | Walk To The Light | Rough, Tough & in the Buff | Yeah, What She Said | Heaven Help Me

Caption Look Don't Touch + Can't Hardly Wait (Image via Caption Nails Facebook)

Caption Look Don't Touch + Can't Hardly Wait (Image via Caption Nails Facebook)

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