With the launch of Bio Sculpture’s Spring/Summer Hollywood Collection, the new colours have inspired me to create new and exciting nails. From coral to sea blue the collection is a beautiful array of pastel shades. Even Ella Henderson got in the pastel spirit with a gorgeous soft lilac, no.64 Liliac Lullaby, studded with silver studs.
Spring/Summer is now in the shops and the weather will soon be changing too. So what shall we put on our nails to keep up with the fashion? I’ve seen monochrome, stripes and pastels all featuring heavily. With it being SO cold outside I’m not ready to take on pastels, but monochrome and stripes are a great transition from winter.
I’ve mixed it up a bit from plain monochrome to stripe monochrome. Grey and silver tones are another way to incorporate contrasts or go mad and choose any contrasting shades.
Pastels will be next on my nail art list….hmmm….what designs shall I do? Any suggestions?
From glitter to sparkle….I have created all sorts of Christmas nails this year, but these are defiantly my fav! Ella was keen to incorporate a Christmas pud into her nails so we decided to create one on her middle finger. Most nail art is created on the ring finger but as she will be holding her microphone we felt this nail art would be seen better on her middle finger. The final look with red glitter mixed into gel on her other nails looked fab! This is a glitter overload and I LOVE it!
Go all out this Christmas, the more glitter the better, just have a bit of fun with your nails like Ella!
What a great week! I was able to go meet the lovely Ella from X factor. She was keen to have a combination which was easy to wear and a nail colour which would go with all her outfits. She decided on a rich purple with gold v shaped moons. This is a great look and looked fab on her.
We have all seen one feature nail per hand, so why not two? Here I have used gold and silver leaf to create a foiled effect on the nails. The background has a small metallic fleck to it which compliments the foil perfectly.