The Engaged Girl’s Guide to Nail Art

Photo by: Cupcake's Clothes/The Knot
Pink Flocking
Texture is trendy and different, but not over-the-top. All you have to do here is paint a base coat, and then dust flocking powder (like from the ... more 
Photo by: Cupcake's Clothes/The Knot
Pink Flocking
Texture is trendy and different, but not over-the-top. All you have to do here is paint a base coat, and then dust flocking powder (like from the craft store) immediately over the top of wet nails. Zoya also makes a line of polish that'll give you the same look!
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Mon, Aug 26, 2013 11:38 AM EDT

By Bridget Clegg for TheKnot.com

Think about it: The moment you get engaged, everyone wants to see the ring. That also means everyone is looking at your nails, which gives you the perfect excuse to rock amazing nail art. (Like our logic?) To get a style that's playful and different (but not scary different), drop in a gem or pearl, sprinkle on flocking powder or experiment with a pretty pattern. Here are a few of our new favorite nail art ideas (and how to pull them off)!

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