Designers are now bolder that ever embracing different nail trends on the runway for spring 2014. Whether you prefer you nails to be attention seeker or relatively simple, the nail trends for spring 2014 made sure that you have your options. You can try these fresh looks to perk up your spring or even summer.
Top trends for spring 2014
If you plan to be trendy, then metallic is your best bet. However, don’t go to the usual bright golds and coppers but rather, try another color. You can experiment to get your own share of visual effects by putting a shiny or glitter base coat then a thin matte top coat. Alternately, you can get inspirations from Phillip Lim, Nina Ricci and Ellie Saab shows.
Ditch neon and pastel for spring if you plan to carry on bold shades. You can follow your instinct and go for cool blues or bold oranges instead. You can get inspiration from Burberry and go for yellow or Prabal Gurung’s blue.
White with a Twist
To give white an impressive and beautiful twist, most designers go for embellishments. While white is one of the colors for spring 2014,you can include a touch of glitter as in Honor to polka dots as spotted in Charlotte Ronson. You can even give white a strip of color at the tip.
Whatever your nail polish designs are, be it vertical, horizontal, thick or thin, you can always go for stripes. They are now one of taking the spring trends by storm. This can be spotted in Prabal Gurung, Zimmermann, Emerson and Tracy Reese. The details are hot trend to try for spring. You can go for thick metallic strips, an edgy look or try with both verticals and horizontal stripes. Just make sure to keep them as thin as possible.
Dark shades are not all about black so don’t discount this trend. You get inspiration from Marc Jacobs, John Rocha and Alexis Mabielle. Dark shades are strong statement especially when they are paired with lighter colors. You can go for forest greens or deep blues.
Designers are giving a good variation with this trend combining white and nude. You can go traditional with Milly runway show or more daring looks at Dannijo with its white on pastel nails or Peter Som’s blue on green. This trend is very versatile which means you can experiment with your favorite colors.
You can go for nude pastels or natural nudes. You can for mink pink and soft taupes to pale blues and greys as you try to be daring. Just Cavalli, Diane von Furstenberg, and Fyodor Golan tried nude pastel nails while Wes Gordon had an opaque lilac. On the other hand, you can try to pull off an elegant and natural shade. You can go for a sheer finish and skip the matte or go for luxe vibe as spotted Tom Ford, Holly Fulton or JIN soon for Vera Wang.