Dating in the dark polish

Bachik says, “I think dark grays are going to take over black.” He attributes the rise of the color to the 50 Shades phenomenon; we attribute it to the fact that it goes with everything and looks good on everyone. Sand exfoliates your nails like it does your skin, so Bachik says to use a thin topcoat to maintain their luster.

Coffee contains a lot of caffeine, a vital ingredient which rejuvenates your skin and also promotes brighter skin. Kiwi contains a high amount of Vitamin C, which lightens and rejuvenate the skin.

Caffeine can not only brighten up your skin but make those dark circles fade away easily. Also, yoghurt is known for its anti-inflammatory properties which calm down the inflammation on the skin. Mix both the ingredients together and make a thick paste. Now apply cold kiwi and yoghurt mask on the eye area and wash off with cold water.

The worst part about dark nail polish is that you have to remove it as soon as it chips. “Polish dries out over time and becomes brittle, so cuticle oil actually helps your manicure stay hydrated and flexible,” Bachik says.

Keep your nails short and round (for the most part).“Contrast the hardness of the color with a shorter nail and a softer, more natural shape,” Bachik says.

That means warm-toned skin looks best in deep reds and purples, while moody blues and grays look ravishing on cooler complexions.

Stick with a crème formula.“I love a high gloss, cream finish because it’s beautiful and clean,” Bachik says.

Left: Prince Charles and Princess Diana embrace for an informal portrait on their wedding day, July 29, 1981.

Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge pose in an official engagement portrait on November 25, 2010.

“But, when it comes to length and shape, it’s about sticking to what’s neutral and natural to you.”" data-reactid="26"Keep your nails short and round (for the most part).“Contrast the hardness of the color with a shorter nail and a softer, more natural shape,” Bachik says.

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