Nail trends cycle through fast and furious, so it's great to be prepared for some new requests that might come up in the salon.
This summer, we’ve seen graphic nails, pop art nails, precious stone nails, the evil eye--what's coming next? Rita Remark, essie’s Global Lead Educator and Nail Artist, whose clients have included Cara Delevingne, Cindy Crawford, Jonathan Van Ness, Kaia Gerber, Kate Moss, Kendall Jenner Meghan Markle, Sarah Paulson, Serena Williams, says that nails that pop--literally--are in the forecast.
“3D nail art," says Remark, an editorial manicurist and educator in New York who was appointed Lead Nail Artist of essie Canada in 2012 and essie Global Lead educator in 2015. "At its most editorial, think sculptured gel or acrylic in unique shapes like blown glass or ceramics. At its simplest, try crystal or pearl appliques atop of your French manicure or favorite summer color.”
As a starting point and painted canvas for these 3D elements, Remark pointed out the new essie crystal clear intentions collection.
Inspired by light reflecting pigments of crystals and minerals, essie’s crystal clear intentions collection includes four shades: crystal clear intentions, amethyst or that, jade it happen and lighten the mood. The 8-free*, vegan formula delivers rich color and features an exclusive easy glide brush for quick, even application.
Price: $9, Available June 2022 at Ulta/.com
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