November 22, 2010
With the voting for this year’s winning cover tech image too close to call, NAILS has done something it’s never done before: We ran two different covers for the same issue. Some of you received an issue featuring black and pink striped nails on the cover and some of you got a blue and green plaid design. In either case, you’re enjoying the handiwork of Julie Kandalec of Jenniffer & Co. in Mentor, Ohio.
From Feb. 13-20, New York Fashion Week showcased upcoming Fall trends. Here’s a closer look at some of the runway nails. This gallery is an expanded version of the article in the May 2009 issue of NAILS Magazine.
November 17, 2010
Nails by Joanne Truitt, Boca Nail Depot, Boca Raton, Fla.
Nails by Carrie Sweeney, Goodrich, Mich.
Nails by Michelle Achhammer, Michelle’s Nail Design, Zirndorf, Germany
Nails by Jade Sewell, Just Nails, Great Falls, Mont.
Nails by Blasa Rizo, Rizo’s Hair Designs, San Antonio, Texas
Nails by Kimberly Harr, La Nail Beautician, Everett, Pa.
November 12, 2010
Fade Royal Red Glitter near the smile line.
November 10, 2010
Apply a small amount of Metallic Gold in corners of the smile line.
November 8, 2010
Mix Royal Red and Fortune Glitter and apply thin layer to the tip.
November 4, 2010
Fade a small wet bead of Black Acrylic at the smile line.
November 2, 2010
On a tile mix three shades of Blue/Green Kaleidoscope Gel, adding Black or White to get three shades in the same color family. With the darkest color, drag some random lines across the nail.
November 1, 2010
Elaine Watson, global education director for Star Nail International, sculpted this month’s autumn leaves for the cover. Because the nails were leaf-shaped at the free edge, she didn’t have to do any file-finish work, so the application was actually remarkably quick.
October 29, 2010
Apply a small patch of Metallic Blue Acrylic to the nail.
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