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Blue heaven 

Don’t forget something blue with summer’s trend of icy cool manicures.

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"I think it’s one of the traditions that people still follow,” says Remedy Spa’s Ashley Wittenberg, pointing out the recent trend of brides incorporating bold nails into their wedding look as “something blue.” She recommends getting your manicure as close as possible to the big day, to avoid chipping and scratching. And for those of you who are hard on your hands, she suggests the all-enduring shellac polish (so strong you need an aesthetician to remove it!)

On the nail Ashley Wittenberg’s nails were painted by Carla Stewart at Remedy Day Spa using Circle of Life by Sparitual.

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from left to right Nicole “Baby” Blue | Essie Lapis of Luxury | OPI No room for the blues | Butter London Blagger (Butter London polishes available at Wildflower Clothing, 553 Clyde Street, 420-0364) | Dior Blue Label | Chanel Blue Satin

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