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So many metallic shades, so many ways to liven up your winter mani. Get in on this perfection with nail polishes that are glitzy, glam and gorgeous like gunmetal and pink ‘fringe factor’, platinum and cobalt ‘frilling me softly’, sparkling bronze ‘summit of style’, disco mirror gloss ‘set in stones’, copper metallic ‘penny talk’ or the gold metallic ‘good as gold’.

So many metallic shades, so many ways to liven up your winter mani. Get in on this perfection with nail polishes that are glitzy, glam and gorgeous like gunmetal and pink ‘fringe factor’, platinum and cobalt ‘frilling me softly’, sparkling bronze ‘summit of style’, disco mirror gloss ‘set in stones’, copper metallic ‘penny talk’ or the gold metallic ‘good as gold’.

11. Ombre Wedding Nails Ombre hair is very big right now and ombre nails are just as in-trend. If you want elegant wedding nail art designs with a slightly more modern twist, these are the kind you should look at. The beautiful fade is barely noticeable but is striking and simple all at the same time. …

11. Ombre Wedding Nails Ombre hair is very big right now and ombre nails are just as in-trend. If you want elegant wedding nail art designs with a slightly more modern twist, these are the kind you should look at. The beautiful fade is barely noticeable but is striking and simple all at the same time. …

How to plan your weekly outfits with Stylebook, the closet organization app (use photos of your real clothes!)

How to plan your weekly outfits with Stylebook, the closet organization app (use photos of your real clothes!)

How To do it : Choose a sunny part of the garden with good drainage. Dig a trench and check the pH, which should be 6.5 to 7.5. Plant the crowns about 8 in. deep and 15 in. apart. Cover initially with 2 in. of dirt, and gradually fill the trench as the spears emerge.

How To do it : Choose a sunny part of the garden with good drainage. Dig a trench and check the pH, which should be 6.5 to 7.5. Plant the crowns about 8 in. deep and 15 in. apart. Cover initially with 2 in. of dirt, and gradually fill the trench as the spears emerge.