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6 Festive Manicures for the Holidays

We are finally able to go to the salon and get a manicure and depending on where you live we have been able to for months now. It’s great to see how so many salons are handling social distancing; from mandatory mask wearing to appointment only salons and disinfecting tables and chairs between each customer, I’ve been able to go in for manicures lately and truly feel safe! This means we can actually have fun with our manicures and do something fun and festive for the holidays!

When I think of festive nails for the holidays I’m not talking nails with christmas trees and ornaments on them (that’s not my style in the least bit) but holiday colors and maybe a little glitter! I’ve decided to put together some pretty perfect color duos, designs and more for your Holiday Mani!

Classic Red from Essie

Glitter Mani from Olive & June

Gold Metallics by Essie

Burgundy French by OPI Professionals

Nude with Gold Foil by OPI Professionals

Glitter French by Olive & June

HEY LOVES – I’M DANIELLE or DANIE – THE LIFE LOVING GIRL BEHIND XOXODANIELLEMONE! I’m currently 28 years old and I live in Orlando, FL with my husband Jeff + our fur baby Bleu (like the cheese), a Blue Nose Pitbull who you can follow on Instagram at @greeneyedbleu. I share our life together and my style here on XOXODanielleMone and on Instagram. I definitely love the colors pink, orange and yellow and all things style but I also love: a great cocktail, home decor, fresh flowers, and spending time with my family (hey mom!).

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