6 best ideas and inspiration for Fall Nail Art
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Explore Fall Nail Art
  • The sparkly base and the shiny leaves are a stunning combination on this manicure. To make it slightly understated, use a matte top coat, like this nail artist did.

  • At Christian Siriano’s NYFW show the design was worthy of Channel’s tweeds.

  • You don’t have to spell out “New York” like Miss Pop did with Essie’s Licorice and Blanc for Jeremy Scott’s Fall 2019 show — any word (or words) with 10 letters or less will work for this especially personal manicure. And any two contrasting shades will work, too, if black and white isn’t your style.

  • You may be surprised to learn that this seemingly solid shade is actually a combination of two colors. For the Jonathan Simkhai Fall 2019 show, nail artist Alicia Torello layered Côte nail polish in No. 49 (which the brand describes as “adobe clay”) and No. 87 (“sangria purple”) to create a color that will take … Continue reading Nail Designs #24

  • Rich berry shades are a fall staple, and if you’re reluctant to let go of the summer weather, this gradient manicure expresses that beautifully. It was created by blending to together three diluted shades of OPI GelColor: Another Ramen-tic, Arigato From Tokyo, and All Your Dreams.

  • At the Staud Fall 2019 runway show, nail artist Naomi Gonzales-Longstaff painted models’ nails in the most perfect neutral shade of light brown, Zoya’s Spencer. Even with a little stripe of the shade Kerry, a yellow-gold foil, it reads simple and sophisticated, not overly glitzy.

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