5 Tips for Attracting Local Students to Your Salon
Back to school season may be a drag for young kids, but it can be a great time to bring in new, young clients who are looking for a way to stand out from the crowd. The first step to success during...
NYFW Nails S/S 2014: Pinks and Glitters at Betsey Johnson and Douglas Hannant
Everything sparkled at Betsey Johnson! On a futuristic cotton-candy twisted runway, models wore bright silver lipstick that perfectly matched their sterling and pink manicures designed by Morgan...
NYFW Nails S/S 2014: Soft Pink Polished Nails at DKNY and DVF
Pinky-white nails looked soft against bright pastels on the DKNY runway. Dull tips instantly looked brighter and healthier with a sweep of cream-colored Essie Limo-scene, followed with a coat of the...
NYFW Nails S/S 2014: High Seas Nails at Catherine Malandrino
Ahoy! We don't need a periscope to spot this taupe colored mani in the midst of Fashion Week! At Catherine Malandrino, the theme was high seas fashion, complete with unique prints like the one on...
NYFW Nails S/S 2014: Creamy White Nails at Nellie Partow
The Nellie Partow runway highlighted creams, metallics, and urban cuts, so a fresh-looking manicure was ideal. To achieve this, stylists applied the creamy Essie Limo-scene underneath top coat for...
NYFW Nails S/S 2014: French Tipped Lavender at Wes Gordon
At Wes Gordon, long prairie-like skirts, florals, and lace filled the runway. For nail fashion that was equally sweet and alluring, the designer opted for a mixed color French. On fingernails,...
Nail Art: CND Rhinestones, Shellac, and Pointed Tips at NYFW
CND made a huge statement at The Blonds with some of the most dramatic and sparkly tips we saw all week! We spotted tons of gold, more rhinestones than we knew what to do with, and even some adorable...
NYFW Nails S/S 2014: Sandy Neutral Nails at Alexander Wang
Cool urban shorts and long coats strutted down the Alexander Wang runway this week, but what sort of nails would complement the look without either weighing it down or distracting from it? The answer...