March 5, 2010
Debroah Lippman used a hot melon shade on the nails of a Zac Posen model, while a white base coat under yellow polish brings out the fluorescence on a Rag & Bone model, as reported in Elle's March issue.
March 1, 2010
Irritation and sensitivity are possible with the use of almost any essential oil.
Vivienne Tam's eye-catching butterfly notebooks were seen on the runway, and OPI's Hong Kong colors are now available on Dell laptops.
According to Marie Claire, cosmetic companies are following the runway dance trend with ballet-pink palettes and feminine scents. One polish example: Essie in Prima Ballerina.
Marie Claire features futuristic silver accessories, ranging from makeup to purses to nail polish to sandals. Try CND in Silver Chrome for this matching effect.
According to InStyle, a mixture of warm gray, cappuccino brown, and mauve create "the newest neutral for nails," with undertones that are flattering on all skin tones.
Have clients coming in with stained nails? Instyle reveals the remedy for getting rid of nail stains that come from dark polish.
February 23, 2010
Marie Claire says "the prettiest spring pedicures come out in the buff."
Sixty-seven percent say yes to neon nails, according to Glamour magazine.
Glamour encourages readers to try sparkly polish, especially with chunky glitter or gold specks built in.
In addition to pink blush and pink lips, Glamour's March issue recommends Estee Lauder Michael Kors Very Hollywood Nail Lacquer in Bungalow Pink.
Glamour columnist Andre Pomerantz Lustig encourages readers to try an "artsy mani" by putting mini kids' stickers on nails.
Try polish infused with diamond dust for super-shiny tips to "go from dull to dazzling," says Cosmopolitan.
Mismatched nails and toes? Sure, if they're in the same shade family, says Suzi Weiss-Fischmann.
For extra drying time, Friday's routine includes an at-home manicure, according to Cosmopolitan.
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