Autumn is a colorful time and it is not surprising that those celebrating Thanksgiving and Halloween tend to go beyond decorating and recipes.
In the garden the foliage has been abundant, pumpkin is abundant and the natural landscape is full of color, let’s not forget November nails too.
Most of the time Thanksgiving Day comes around, most have already gone into full-fledged fall mode, with cozy sweaters, scarves, and Thanksgiving recipes. This is also the season to gather with friends and family and have a great time, so you want to look your best from head to toe.
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Get a good manicure for the holiday season before you reach for the stuffing or prepare dinner for the family. This joyful holiday, celebrate with Thanksgiving nails that are as delicious as the food!
Make sure your nails are ready for Thanksgiving with these gorgeous Thanksgiving press on nails and November nail ideas.
From rhinestones to minimal to fancy to classic red nails, there’s something here for everyone, whether you’re a novice or a pro, these November nails are easy to put on and take out.
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November Nails Designs For Thanksgiving
Here are my best picks of November nails that are perfect for Thanksgiving. Browse through and pick your favorite designs to get and feel free to screenshot any nail designs you love to show your manicurist if you’d love to recreate.
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-Don’t skip the base coat or top coat process because it help keep your nails strong and chip-free for more than just one week and also protect them from stains.
-Trending nail shapes right now includes coffin, almond, round, oval and stiletto.
-Don’t forget to use cuticle oil everyday for a smooth and shiny nails, and stay away from anything that will dry out your manicure.
-Don’t forget to prep your nails before doing anything with them.
-Shape your nails while they are still growing and maintain the shape while they are shorter. That way, you don’t have to cut them short before putting nails on.