Essie’s ‘Smokin’ Hot was combined with their ‘Matte About You’ in an edgy geometric look for Wes Gordon (source: Essie/Huffington Post)
The weather is finally cooling down in L.A. I’m pretty sure it’s because I just took delivery of a sleek Dyson personal cooler/heater for my office! Now the days are temperate and pleasant – it’s always the way, isn’t it?
Anyway, I can start thinking about Fall and the easiest update of all is to paint your nails.
The forecast is for rounder nails. The square shape won’t be as popular though shorter nails are still acceptable thank goodness.
The colors are predictably Fall-ish but some of the styles are new and exciting. Geometric nail art has started to appear and the use of negative patterns, or colors painted over a nude nail.
Here are my picks from the Fall/Winter 2015 runways.
JINsoon ‘Audacity’ for Derek Lam (source: IMAXTREE/Harpers Bazaar)
Painted blue & teal squares glued over a nude nail (source: Christian Louboutin/Harpers Bazaar)
OPI created this navy look ‘Light My Saphire’ with a strip of negative space and a matte top coat for Marissa Webb (source: OPI/Huffington Post)
Essie ‘Licorice’ & ‘Allure’ layered together for Proenza Schouler (source: Essie/Huffington Post)
A thin navy stripe was layered over Sally Hansen’s Concrete Jungle for Prabal Gurung (source: Sally Hansen/Harpers Bazaar)
At Rag & Bone’s 2015 Fall Collection JINsoon’s classic, nude ‘Nostalgia’ was featured (source: JINsoon/Huffington Post)
Essie ‘Aruba Blue’ (source: Essie/Harpers Bazaar)
OPI ‘Ink’ was finished in half matte top coat, half metallic for Charlotte Ronson (source: OPI/Huffington Post)
Butter ‘Racing Green’ layered over ‘Union Jack Black’ for Nicole Miller (IMAXTREE/Harpers Bazaar)