August 19, 2010
InStyle talks with manicurist Josephine Allen about her favorite tips for two-week manicures and some of her favorite custom-color combinations.
The gem-like shades of OPI’s Swiss Collection have made it to Elle’s It List for August. Try Glitzerland for a 24K shimmer or Cuckoo for This Color for a gold-flecked emerald green. The Color to Watch is another pretty shade with lots of amethyst-colored glimmer swirled in.
In Vogue's August issue, tennis champion Serena Williams talks about her upcoming nail tech certification and how to channel frustration from a broken nail into a match win.
Glamour's 100% Guilt-Free page says its OK to paint only the first two nails when wearing peep-toe shoes. Sometimes there just isn't enough time for a full polish change, and that's OK.
One of the Editor’s Favorites in Allure’s August issue is Essie’s gorgeous nail polish in Splash of Grenadine. The brilliant lilac color is a fun alternative to the usual pink shades for summer.
Cosmopolitan is crazy about cobalt blue for summer.
Cosmopolitan offers some tips on how to get in on the lovely lace trend. Working with lace can be tricky so working with a friend is recommended.
Cosmopolitan talks to Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, artistic director for OPI, about this year’s version of the gradation manicure.
In this month’s August issue, Cosmopolitan recommends hot red-orange shades for a sexy, updated manicure.
Soak-off gels are on Cosmopolitan's Hot Sheet for August.
Nail pro Elisa Ferri talks about the best gray-beige nail shades for fall in Glamour’s August Issue.
Brilliant teal and metallic turquoise are all the rage in Marie Claire’s August issue.
Harper’s Bazaar recommends a bright red pedicure to balance out an ultra-cool gray manicure.
Disney starlet Miranda Cosgrove tells Teen Vogue about her beauty routine.
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