Thursday, July 25, 2013

Five Best 2013 Nail Trends To Try Now

Every woman who wants to look beautiful and attractive should know which nail designs 2013 will be most trendy and popular.

1. Edgy Elements

Manicurists played around with dark and dangerous themes, giving us a medieval “cage” effect with crisscrossed strips at Rodarte, a shark-bite jagged edge at The Blonds, a goth-inspired reverse mani at Thierry Mugler and the much talked-about “dripping blood” look with tiny splatters of red polish at Prabal Gurung. Twisted!

Featured: The Blonds

2. Two Tone Manicure

Bold without being too over the top, the dual polish effect got plenty of play at the shows. A new twist on the French manicure, the look is easy to do on your own. Just pick contrasting shades that flatter your skintone and use a small brush to paint on a graphic style—try a half moon, a vertical split, a V-shape or a diagonal strip.

Featured: Roland Mouret

3. Flashes of Metallics

Gold, silver, cooper—there were no shortage of luxurious finishes at the spring shows. Standouts included the glam galaxy nails at Nicole Miller, created with a diamond decal, and the sleek platinum racing streak at Monika Chiang. For those who want to experiment with the trend without going too far, try painting just your tips with a bit of sparkle or decorating one or two nails with specks of gold.

Featured: DSquared2

4. The Dark Side

A dark romantic mood was also noted backstage. From the grayish navy shades at Jason Wu (OPI’s Suzi Skis in the Pyrenees—stockpile it now!) to the purple vinyl at Marchesa (essie Tuxedo), the dark angel look went over big.

Featured: Anna Sui

5. Pale Nails

Neutral, cream colored nails for spring isn’t such a shock—it’s a minimalist trend that’s been gaining momentum since last year but what surprised us was seeing the demure look at shows that normally don’t go in that direction: there were soft milky shades at Marc Jacobs, pure whites at Rag & Bone, and plenty of un-done French mani’s at Chanel. This season, toning down your nails is the new way to play it cool.

Featured: Karen Walker

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