With the recently concluded New York Fashion Show, many of us are already excited for the spring 2014. And while the fever is still on, we cannot help but get hooked not just with the fabulous and cool collection but also with the latest makeup trends in the run way. Not only that, we are also treated with chic runway inspired manicure. And as fashionista as we are, we make it our point to be glamorous from head up to toe and that includes our manicure. If you be want to runway ready next spring, then why not try these runway inspired manicure trends?
Some of the manicure trends visible in the runway went noticeably to basics and classics. You can pull Michael Korrs camo print manicure.
Start with a base coat. Then apply a layer of gray or use Revlon Moon Candy Nail Enamel In Milky Way. Then start drawing white shapes. Do this by creating camouflage shape using Migi white pen that will cover little less than a third of the nail. For a perfect finish, you can make circles and push the edges out or do more bulgy line. The aim is to create something that has multiple rounded sides, hard angles aren’t welcome.
Continue this camouflage making the same abstract shapes. The color should touch the white shapes. The blue abstract shapes should be touching the white shapes but not overlap it. The blue color should be next to white and not on the white. This should cover another third of your nail. The color should be two to four splotches each nail depending on the size you wanted.
Use the black nail art pen again and create smaller splotches that would cover the third of the area left. This should also touch the blue and white splotches. To finish the look, you can use colorless polish to finish the look.
If you find this perfect camouflage manicure not your cup of tea, then you can stick on French manicure. This look is still hot although this trend has started way back in Spring 2013. As this manicure continues to be next year’s trend, many designers played on this look. Joie opted for the traditional white French tip while Kate Spade opted for exaggerated almond-shaped white nails in red and grey French tips. Meanwhile, Holmes & Yang chose to be laid back with their half-swipe of navy-blue at the end of short bare nails.
Moon manicures are also making a fierce comeback for Spring 2014. Lela Rose and Milly showed their fondness over this trend, painting moons in perfect pop color against neutral canvas.
While the collections for Spring 2014 is dominated by ‘90s minimalist style, sheer becomes the trend not just in apparels but as well in color. You can even try Band of Outsiders’ whiteout nails or Rebecca Minkoff’s punk-inspired nail art. Spring 2013 manicure trends are still going strong for next year’s spring.
Having your nails manicured is part of looking great and completing an outfit. Always look your best… Because you’re worth It. Fall In love with hot, New trends.