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Fall ‘Out of the Box ‘Nail Picks from Adele’s Manicurist Everyone Can Try

By A Beauty Feature @abeautyfeature

Every Fall we tend to go to dark and possibly use drab colors for our nails. But wait there is a better way, look at Jackie Saulsberry’s Fall Must -Haves (out of the BOX) picks that everyone can afford and try this October.

Jackie Saulsberry has worked with well know celebrities such as Queen Latifah, Jennifer Hudson and Adele! Jackie Saulsberry is unaffiliated, so these are her exact tips from her celeb clients.

Fall ‘Out of the Box ‘Nail Picks from Adele’s manicurist Everyone Can Try

Fall ‘Out of the Box ‘Nail Picks from Adele’s manicurist Everyone Can Try

Nudes for Fall is a YES! Nudes are always in Butter London has a color called All Hail to the Queen. It’s in the family of nudes for the fall gives the hands a festival NUDE fall look at 15.00 a bottle.

Olive Tone is in for Fall. Demelect nail color called “Gilded” is amazing on the hands, is has an olive base tone and is perfect for fall, at 14.00 a bottle

A different type of Dark and Sultry for Essie’s Fall collection called “Carry on” is speaking volumes because it screams ‘it’s Fall’ morning/noon/and night!  It is a great pick for holiday as well at only 9.00 a bottle.

Purple Power for Fall “Oribe” lacquer high shine color called “Violet”.  It’s deep in the purple family and looks great with tans and oranges 32.00 a bottle

Absolute Perfect Fall Hue.  Another perfect for chic  nail color is Duri nail color called “Live it up”, you will the love the color more and more because of its olive toned look on the hands.

Fall ‘Out of the Box ‘Nail Picks from Adele’s manicurist Everyone Can Try

Saulsberry has tips to help find a nude polish for every complexion. Follow Saulsberry on her Instagram page to find out new updates. Saulsberry also uses a special technique to apply polish. First move the brush across the base of the nail from side to side to even out the color near the cuticle. Then pull the color down from base to tip in three strokes. That way you get full coverage without any spots or streaks.

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