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When Nails Collide: The French Manicure Is Getting Glazed
By LESLIE LEON
Pastel With Glaze
Pastel French manicures have always been a fun way of adding some color to a classic nail design, and for those looking for a small pop of color for the spring and summer seasons, pastels are a must. On top of the pastel color, adding a glazed top coat will help gliz up your look.
Almond-Shaped With Glaze
Combining the classic French manicure with a donut glaze top coat to a longer nail length — such as almond or stiletto — will also give you more space to show off your glizorous nails. Having long nails can help them make more of a statement, but length can be customized to wherever you feel the most comfortable.
Baby French Mani With Glaze
There's nothing more classic for French nails than the white tip, and while there are many variations that exist, the baby French manicure features barely-there thin white tips. This look is always a safe bet for elegant nails, plus, adding glaze will elevate them even more by adding a high-gloss shine.
Chocolate With Glaze
Both the chocolate and strawberry glazed donut variations will go perfectly in combination with French manicures. To combine them seamlessly, turn your white tips into chocolate or strawberry tips and top them with your normal glaze to get a modern twist on the elegance and versatility that French manis are known for.