One growing trend in countries throughout the world is nail art for men. Decorating one’s nails is not something that just women do, and even males get creative when using polish or decals on their finger tips. Glamour Magazine has a comprehensive feature on the trend of male nail art in the UK. It features some nail designs worn by Snoop Dogg and discusses how it’s becoming much more common for men to go to nail salons and receive manicures. The article also contains tips for men such as using decals, negative space, and an accent nail in their designs.
If you’re interested in creating nail art for yourself or for a client, take a look at the nail art supply section of our store.
One of the names most associated with luxury, Christian Louboutin, is now trying to break new ground in the world of nail polish. The fashion icon has launched a line of 31 nail lacquers, each with the lofty price of $50 per bottle. These polishes are the first ever to have a $50 price tag.
Though Mr. Louboutin acknowledges that the bottles are not practical, his goal was to create as luxurious a product as possible. Some would say that he accomplished this and then some.
When selecting wedding nail polish that will look best on their special day, the typical bride often turns to neutral shades. One such classic shade worn at many weddings is OPI Bubble Bath, which gives nails a uniform brightness while still maintaining a natural or nude look.
And while the color already is popular among brides, it also was worn on more than one occasion by models at Spring 2015 Fashion Week according to the Glamour wedding blog. For brides wanting sleek-looking nails with a classic style, Bubble Bath from OPI is on the short list for colors to consider.
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Every October, major charities dedicated to raising money to find a cure for breast cancer commemorate breast cancer awareness month. And each year, many nail polish brands release special edition nail polish collections to help raise funds for these charities.
One such collection is the 2014 You Can Make a Difference Collection from Harmony Gelish. This limited edition set features famous Gelish soak-off gel polish, and 5% of all proceeds from sales of this collection will be given to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
There are three colors in the set: It’s a Lily, Go Girl, and Water Field. If you’re interested in getting some great new nail polish while also supporting a worthy cause, take a look at the Gelish 2014 You Can Make a Difference page at our main site.