Sydney Sweeney’s Sparkly Silver Nails Are Perfect for New Year’s Eve

The star’s latest manicure perfectly matched her gown on the red carpet.
Sydney Sweeney

Sydney Sweeney.


All eyes were on Sydney Sweeney at the New York premiere of her new film, Anyone But You, on Monday. The actress stepped out in a stunning custom Miu Miu dress that was dripping in bedazzled crystals. The floor-length gown featured semi-sheer material and a thick black belt right under the Euphoria star’s bust.

While we can’t get enough of the look, styled by Molly Dickson, we really honed in on the finer details of Sweeney’s look this time around. Her blonde locks were swept up, courtesy of hairstylist Glen Coco Oropeza, and Sweeney’s makeup artist Melissa Hernandez opted for shimmery eyeshadow and a frosty pink lip. It was the star’s manicure, however, that really blew us away.

Nail artist Zola Ganzorigt showed off her client’s manicure on Instagram the day after the red carpet event, and we’ve never seen a bejeweled manicure match an article of clothing quite so perfectly. And while the almond-shaped set was perfect for a movie premiere, we think they’re the ideal inspo for your New Year’s eve manicure, too. We’re not the only ones who took notice, either.

“Loveeee,” newlywed actress Vanessa Hudgens, who is also a celebrity client of Ganzorigt’s, commented.

“The nails 😍 you understood the assignment as always!! 🪩🩶,” another fan gushed.

So, if you’ve got major plans on Dec. 31, be sure to bring the above reel to your nail tech to achieve a similar sparkly silver look on your fingertips.

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