To get you inspired to stay in tonight with a glass of wine, a fresh bottle of polish, and a dotting tool, we tapped nail artist and Sally Hansen Global Color Ambassador Madeline Poole to show us the cool trends of the moment. Sally Hansen recently launched its new Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure® Madeline Poole Collection with Poole, the mastermind behind these Oscar-inspired designs, in five shades (Material Pearl, Say It Lycra Mean It, Slime Scene, Mallratz, Vinyl Tap, Call Me On My Shellphone) inspired by Poole's childhood. Ahead, check out the shades in action, which will be available later this month for $7.99, then follow Poole's step-by-step tutorials for each easy nail art look.
Brooklyn nail artist Gracie B turned her talent to Black History Month, and came out the other side with 28 nail art designs honoring black culture.
Just when you thought we had reached peaked cryptocurrency, Perry posted a photo of her nails on Instagram with the caption, “$—CrYpTo ClAwS—$”.
Aside from creating some of the sickest nail designs on the internet, Mei Kawajiri is also an in-demand manicurist in the fashion industry.
Expand your skill set with this ombré look using our new #OPIPowderPerfection Dipping Powders. See the step-by-step tutorial on #YouTube, link in bio 🔗 A post shared by OPI (@opi_professionals) on Jun 15, 2017 at 11:43am PDTDip powder is the biggest thing in the nail industry right now and for good reason. Different from gel polishes and tried-and-true nail lacquers, dip powders, which typically have a small amount of the same ingredient in acrylic powders plus vitamins, last longer—up to ...
The nail salon that created an aquarium manicure is back with another take on the glass tank. For the holidays, a technician at Nail Sunny created a real-life snow globe on a customer's nails — and it's as crazy as it sounds.
At 23, Karina Garcia has built an empire — by making slime. The young mogul started her vlogging career sharing various DIY projects, but then inspiration struck one day when she saw a slime recipe on Pinterest. By mixing in her own ingredients and colors (and making her recipes safe), she’s amassed a huge following on YouTube, with more than 6 million subscribers.
Women are sharing their manicure expectations vs. reality results on Twitter — and it's hilariously sad.
While the usual trends of bold reds, cool nudes, and high-gloss blacks are prominent, simple (read: one swipe of color) nail art is really taking off.
Coordinating your nails with your outfit was once deemed cheesy, but with fashionable girls wearing matching separates straight off the runway, and corresponding lipstick and manicures backstage at fashion week, matchy-matchy looks are making a comeback. Leave it to nail guru Jin Soon Choi to brighten our day—and our manicures—with an awesome new collaboration with designer Tamara Taichman of Tila March. Together, the duo created five nail polish shades and matching bags and sandals.
Backstage at the Alexander Wang fashion show, where Kendall Jenner hit the runway, models were sporting a neutral matte manicure that complimented the dark vibe of the designer’s fall 2015 collection. Thankfully Essie manicurist Michelle Saunders has a few pointers.
Photo: Kyle Ericksen/WWD By Kate Sullivan Gosh, at least once during every long Northeastern winter, I look down at my hands, barely visible under the sleeve of a knit sweater, and think, Ugh, so pale. Frown-y face. Oh wait, no I don’t. Until now.
I am literally buried in beauty products. Rita Hazan Weekly Remedy ($42) So many products claim to revive dry, blah strands, and after a summer of hitting the beach (or faking it with texturizing surf spray) I was in dire need of hair rehab.