19 July 2015

Nail shape Anno Domini 2015

Hmm, I'm a bit perplexed as this year is seems that... all is permitted and all is on-trend.
I mean all shapes, all colours, all decorations, all finishing.

I have my preferences though and to defend my opinion I checked some decent websites on what is really going on. To my pleasure, my preference is not so passé as thought. The suqovals are still on the spot. Not to say that other forms are excluded, not at all. Here's a short recall:

So, be it, I admit I like squoval, a bit square and a bit oval. Perhaps because my nails are fragile and need to be treated pretty regularly (this is to say every 3-4 days), I have to lime my nails regularly and put the nourishing product every time I do the manicure. I like this shape and find it the most practical and the most beautiful. Nevertheless, let's have a look around to get the full picture on what is really trendy this Summer.

So, here're some examples of nails that are absolutely this season's hottest manicure looks that you'll want to try out ASAP.

On the left, the New York Fashion Week 2015, glittering gold half-moons on top of nude polish beautifully complemented the jewellery at Cushnie et Ochs.
On the right, Carolina Herrera 2015 manicure with classic beauty look that includes the romantic red nails created by Michelle Saunders using Essie A List

Here on the left , we have the geometric blue and gray manicure at Angel Sanchez was created by Gina Edwards for Morgan Taylor and was meant to juxtapose the soft feminine pieces in the collection. 

On the right, the bold red nails that matched the models' bright lips at Zac Posen. Here we have the pure form of squovals is a mini version, I'd say the 'vintage' type.

Here we have the Butter London's Katie Jane Hughes created a half-brushed nude and gray nail. The squovals naturally.

On the right, the Lela Rose, Katie Jane Hughes created a nude nail using a Butter London nude base and completed the look with a diamond embellishment.

Here we have the nude nails with a vertical silver stripe of OPI's My Signature Is DC.

Here on the right again, the Karen Walker Spring 2015 models walked the runway in green nails painted by Jin Soon Choi and inspired by Karen Walker's garden-themed runway.

Here on the right, the models of Tracy Reese sported marbled nails in natural colours like tan and taupe. The form is evident I suppose...

And, to finish up the post, I post the amazing Zimmermann Spring 2015 a metallic, graphic negative-space look, created by using Zoya Ziv enamel.
I have not seen much of another shapes than squovals here. Perhaps I'm biased of limited in my research.

Should you wish to share other views on nail shapes that ar on trend this summer, please let me know. I'll gladly post it here and on my profile on Facebook


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