Daring digits for the downtown bride at Houghton.
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Hair, makeup and nail artists sprayed, lacquered, painted and glossed their way to beauty nirvana for the bridal collections. Here are some of the looks we loved and how you can achieve them. If you dare.



Katharine Polk’s bride might be wearing a pretty lace number, but make no mistake, she’s tough as nails. And while we’re on the subject of nails, let’s just say that these talons qualify as the most dangerously chic beauty look of the week.

“I created a look that was my take on a French manicure. It’s a fun detail that’s unexpected for a bride. The crystals in the nails represented the diamonds in a wedding ring. It’s just a touch of my quirky personality slipped into the show!” Polk shares.

Get The Look With OPI:

OPI educator and artist, Renee Myers applied two coats of OPI Samoan Sand on the base of the nail, then hand-painted the French tips with OPI’s Designer Series Glow featuring Diamond Dust and lined the smile line with 7-10 clear rhinestones per nail setting them gently in the wet OPI topcoat until they were well adhered. Killer!

See more beauty looks from Houghton.