Earthy Glam Nails: A How-To Guide

Earthy Glam Nails: A How-To Guide

"Earthy Glam" is a style that more beauty lovers should be flocking to, right? If you are wrinkling your brow and wondering what that means, it is essentially the practice of combining some element of nature with hyper-extravagant, eye-catching accent details. And yes, I just made that definition up. 

For whatever reason, I see this pop up on nails quite a bit. Not complaining about this though (see: my geode nail roundup); I think it's fantastic.

Want to give it a try? Then scoop up the following three "earthy glam" nail must-haves...

1. jsfrnNailArt's Pressed Dried Flowers Nail Decals

Jane Safarian has done it again. And by "it", I mean "created a uniquely chic piece of nail-elevating art". Funnily enough, I really do think that these would work well with shimmering fake finger speckles.

2. TheDreamsFactory's Galaxy Nail Ring Set

Not up to doing your nails? I hear you, I hear you. But that doesn't mean that your nails can't be the star attraction....I am so sorry for that pun. It was just RIGHT THERE. 

Just like galactic manicures (which can also fit the "earthy glam" bill!), this exquisite creation is a fantastic way to showcase the beauty of the cosmos. It is on the pricier side, but a statement piece this incredible is bound to be.  

3. LaPalomaBoutique's Gold Seashell Nail Charms

Seashell nails are also often "earthy glam" in my opinion. Lots of splash, lots of flash and lots of...odes to the ocean. Ding-ding-ding.

These adorable little charms from La Paloma Boutique are cute, shiny and sweet. Pair them with a water-esque nail polish—Juliette has some suggestions—and you'll be well on your way to acing the "earthy glam" game. Oh and these are available in silver as well!

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