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See the nail looks that walked the show floor at ISSE Long Beach 2016.
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In anticipation for the premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, here are Star Wars nail designs that'll harness the powers of both sides of the Force.
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In the Sally Beauty challenge episode of Project Runway, contestants worked with nail tech Alicia Torello to create nail art for their models.
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A little black dress is the go-to staple of the fashion world. Every woman owns one — or five — of these garments to style up or down. What better time of the year to break out these basics than for holiday parties? The nail designs featured here are meant to transform any LBD into a full-on festive look.
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Prints, lines, and dots reminiscent of patterns from other cultures make up tribal-inspired nail art. Designed with intricacy and executed with precision, these earthy looks are perfect for fall.
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Here are some nails fit for the comic-book fan in everyone. But whose side are you on? Are you a superhero or are you a villain?
San Francisco-based nail artist Sonia “G” Molina honored Eryka Badu, the inspiration behind many of her creative works, in her winning nail portrait. Take a look at Badu and the other famous faces commemorated by this year’s contest participants.
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See the nail looks that walked the runway this September for NYFW Spring/Summer 2016.
An iconic World War II-era black-and-white photo was the subject of this year’s winning entry. Nail tech Amber Dunson’s skillful artwork captures the exuberance of an American sailor celebrating V-J Day with a kiss in Times Square.
Take your clients’ love of embellishment to the next level. The newest trend in nail art is to put a rock on it. These exotic embellishments can make nails look all the more ornate. See how these nail techs rocked this new fad and unearth some inspiration.
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Nail art is meant to be enjoyed by all 20 of a client’s digits. If you’re stuck on what to paint, we suggest drawing inspiration from these four summer-ready trends that can easily be translated onto toes. Fourth of July, neon, tropical, and nautical offerings are a great way to get clients’ feet wet when it comes to nail art.
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Brides who think outside the box will want standout nails in colors other than white. Make a set as different as they are for an unexpected nail look.
For couples who want to get away, design tips based on a wedding’s setting. Look to Europe, wine country, or somewhere tropical for inspiration.
Brides who are a bit old-fashioned will love replicating classic looks. Take a cue from old pearls, family heirlooms, embroidery, beading, or even a borrowed wedding dress to create nail art that will be treasured for years to come.
White, lace, and French twists are safe bets for the traditional bride. These styles are understated, yet sophisticated enough to go with any floor-length gown in a church, outdoors, or at a family home.
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