Every season Libertine goes above and beyond to send the most over-the-top clothes down the runway and their looks wouldn’t be complete without the help of the CND Design Lab Team. This season, they not only created out-of-this-world nails for the female AND male models, but they even sculpted miniature eye pins to accessorize the clothing. –Libertine designer, Johnson Hartig Take note: furry nails are going
Morgan Taylor Lacquer’s lead artist, Danielle Candido created a frosted white manicure with subtle nail art for the Sally LaPointe F/W 2016 collection. With the assortment of textures and neutrals seen throughout the collection, this manicure looks as regal and sophisticated as the clothes. Def picture Kate Middleton rockin’ this nail art. Get the look: 1. Apply two coats of Heaven Sent 2. Finish with one
Hood by Air founder Shayne Oliver doesn’t follow suit when it comes to NYFW nails. Last season he had the models’ nails wrapped in bandaids to play up the surgical theme for the show. For the F/W 2016 runway, Oliver wanted a nail that looked like it was “caked with dirt and grime.” We’re doing a nasty nail. There’s no other way to describe it. It’s
Tibi’s Fall/Winter 2016 collection was inspired by military elements with a nod to independence and individuality. Jin Soon Choi chose to do a simple nail art design to complement the collection: the classic military insignia. The design was done in a muted gold shade and applied only to the model’s pointer fingers Get the look… 1. Apply one coat of JINsoon Power Coat 2. Apple
The bright colors and textures seen throughout the Monique Lhuillier F/W 2016 collection were inspired by a young woman raiding her eccentric grandmother’s closet. Morgan Taylor Lacquer’s lead artist, Gina Edwards created a sheer nail by blending Polished Up (a soft pink) and Make It Last top coat. Note: when looking to dilute a nail color, add clear polish.
Lead artist for Morgan Taylor Lacquer, Danielle Candido worked with SUNO in choosing a smart and sophisticated color that would work well with the F/W 2016 collection. The collection has an expansive range of textures and prints, from casual day wear to haute couture looks. Two coats of Latte Please followed by high shine top coat, Need for Speed pulls in the earth tones seen throughout the collection. These
Florals and feminine silhouettes are going to be your go-to for fall according to Tanya Taylor. Her F/W 2016 collection includes a color palette of fuchsia, rust, and lots of prints. For the nails, lead nail artist, Danielle Candido, worked with Morgan Taylor to come up with a subtle ombre, incorporating colors from Tanya Taylor’s collection. Get the look at home… 1. Apple one coat
For the Fall/Winter 2016 collection Lulu Frost designer, Lisa Salzer was inspired by outer-space and the “expansive power of human thought.” Gina Edwards for KISS Products, Inc., recreated the night sky with a matte black base using imPRESS Gel Manicure in Text Appeal. The nails were then embellished with an assortment of crystals and pearls to mimic stars and galactic formations.