These San Antonio Women Are Proving How Puro They Are with Inspired Manicures


There's nothing San Antonians love more than to wear our hearts on our sleeves, so why not also on the tips of our fingers? We've collected the most puro manicures this side of the River Walk for you to check out.

Crystal Bubbles wows us right off the bat with a hand-painted loteria and floral mani.
Clara B. Novella celebrates all things Fiesta with piรฑata, taco, serape and confetti nails.
Naomi Vara of Nails By Mimi (whose Flamin' Hot Cheetos mani you may remember) draws from traditional Mexican folk art for a Fiesta floral mani.

Holographic nails are an eye-catching bonus to txmanimuse's design repping Los Spurs.
Ariana Ramirez combines loteria and serape decals with dried flowers embedded into clear acrylics.
Jessica at Haus of Polish keeps it simple with a talavera-inspired short mani.
Gloria S. lives up to her handle with a rhinestone-laden salute to Tejano queen Selena using decals by ChaCha Covers.

And what's more puro than going extra AF with a maximalist mani? Joanna Torres puts everything but the kitchen sink into this showstopping set of nails.

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