Short nails don't have to mean "short style"

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  • Monday, November 19, 2018
Short nails don't have to mean "short style"
Short nails don't have to mean "short style"

Independent women come from all walks of life. Just because you have a job that requires short fingernails – such as chef, typist or even paediatrician – does not mean that you should compromise on your style. Like your choice of hairstyle, you can cut or style your nails to show off a little more of your personality. Here are some smoking-hot style ideas for short nails right now.

 

Nailing it Just Right

Short nails can be practical, fun and trendy. The shape of your nail communicates as much about who you are as your selected short nail designs. Short coffin nails, short ballerina nails and short pointy nails are totally on point this season!

 

Easy Nail Art for Short Nails

If you need a last-minute manicure, the glitter cuticle manicure is just for you. It offers a unique look-and-feel. The glitter effect can be created using gems and/or the mystical underwater-like Essie Seaglass Shimmers Nail Polish Collection 2018. Award-winning Essie Geranium in its gorgeous red-orange shade completes this look in every way.

 

French Tip Nail Designs for Short Nails

Are you looking for a way to take your traditional manicure to the next level? Then add red poppies to your French manicure (or any flower that takes you to your happy space). You’ll be amazed at the difference nail art can make for short nails! To get this look in a fraction of the time, apply high-shine and quick-drying Essie Speed Setter as your top coat. It dries within a single minute.

 

Well-manicured and gorgeously-fashioned nails are confidence boosters that can add flair to any outfit. And you can achieve an ultra-quick, polished look even if you have very short nails. Give it a go!

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