Showing posts with label Professional Nail Trend. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Professional Nail Trend. Show all posts

Saturday, March 2, 2013

Nail Trend Alert: Almond-Shaped Nails

Trendy and Daring Almond Nails
Nails are the truly the new jewelry and this fact is being reflected by the celebrities wearing many diverse shapes. Just as diamonds and gems come in Princess, Emerald, Pear or Baguette cuts, nails can be filed into Almond, Mountain Peak, Square, Rounded, Squarely Rounded and Oval shapes.

Both Awards Season and Mercedes Benz fashion week have showed that, of the above options, Almond Nails are the hottest right now. While Lady Gaga and Fergie have been rocking this shape for well over a year,  Almond Nails hit the mainstream when the stunning Adele took the stage at every single award show to collect her latest statuette.

Universally flattering Squared Oval  Nails
So who looks best with almond nails? Anyone who is daring, trendy and fashionable.  Show your clients that you are in what is HOT by recommending that they try this shape.  For those clients that are uncomfortable with change, stick with the Squarely Rounded and Oval shapes.

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Sunday, February 3, 2013

Emerald - The Official Nail Color Trend for Winter and Spring 2013

As a nail technician, your clients depend upon your for knowing all the hot trends that will keep them in style this season.  The good news is that I did some research for you and have information the hottest nail trend for Winter and Spring of 2013.

Emerald!!!

Named 'Color of the Year - 2013,' by Pantone, the 'world-renowned authority on color,' Emerald Green is officially huge in all things fashion.  Whether you recommend clients choose a color that is Classic, Dramatic or Glitzy, you can be sure they will be totally in style.

*Pro Tip*  You can create the perfect Emerald color with CND Shellac by applying a super-thin layer of Iced Coral over Black Pool.  The key, however, is to make sure that the Iced Coral is applied as thinly as possible.