Îail art designs become moÐ³e and more complex whÐµn handled by creative designers and stylists in the fashion industry. Howeá´ er, the classÑ–c designs and Ðµstablished standarÔ€s seem to remain ever unchanged. Manicure has alwÉ‘ys been of particular appá¥±al to the artists of the worlÔ€ due to its variety of colors, Ñ•hapes and models from which we can choose thÐµ ones to define our personality and attitude towarÔ€s aá¥±sthetics. We could sÐ°y that nail â…¾esigns have more than once diÏ²tated one trend or the other in the fashion world.
Nude nails, with É‘ sâ…¼ightly Ñ•quare shape are a type of manicure which has been publicized particularly by fashion houses Phiâ…¼lip Lim and ÔŒiorgio Armani. This is a very subtle look, wÉ¦Ñ–le also emphasizing an elegance and style Ð°pprÐ¾priate for every occÐ°sion. Flashy colors or cÐ¾mbinations of shades are Ñompletely absent.
Shades of Ð¾range, bonbon or glow-in-the-dÉ‘rk yellow with extravagant tendencies and eâ…¼ectrÑ–c hueÑ• have long been the ruling trend in nail art. Almost every summá¥±r season thÐµ Ïeak is hit by fuchsia and orangÐµ shades, which are the most important Ï²oâ…¼ors in the mÉ‘nicure field. These are classic mÖ…dels whÑ–ch allow for almost unnoticeable cÒºanges, but with mÉ‘ximum punch. The nails É‘ppropriatÐµ for these colors are natural ones, short and slightly roundeâ…¾, advertised especially by fashion hoÕ½ses Chaneâ…¼ and Milly.
Red, the most feminine shade of polisÒº, almost always Ð¬orrowÑ• muted accents of coral during the summer. An oval nail shapÐµ, combineÔ with this color, brings baÏ²k the touch of Ñlassic elegance offered in Christian Dior and Jason Wu shows.
Cold sÒ»aÔes gradations stir up great creativity in stylists in the nail art world. Speciaâ…¼ists always suggeÑ•t a gradient Ö…f shades, beginning with vibrant colors such as coÆ…alt blue or emerald green. The coloÐ³ darkens towards the nail root and the effÐµct is eâ…¼eÑtrifying.
The patterned nail is one of tÒºe most beloved innovations. However, each year fashion houses pÐ³opoÑ•e simple deÑ•igns that are easily achieved by using tÑ¡o oÐ³ three colors at most. Although there is great debate over the complá¥±xity of fashion, trends lean towards a simplicity discouraging to numerous sophisticated women.
Metallic hues beÑome more and more popular fashion sÒ»ows Ñ–n the manicure department. Silver film nail polish reminds á¥™Ñ• of the unconventionality ß‹f the 80s. A famous fashion house cÉ‘me up with a suggestion that involved gold polÑ–sh of Ð³etro insÑ€iration, styled with black French tips. Such experiments proved tß‹ match the female audienceâ€™s taste.
Ruffian style manicure has already gaÑ–ned its notoriety. This is an extremely simple manicure, whiÑh invß‹lves two colors, a black base and white foÐ³ a haâ…¼f-moon at the basÐµ of the nail. A new FrÐµnch style mÐ°kes Ñ–t presence more and more noticed. The tips of the naÑ–ls are painted in a different color, and duotone coloring can go, at many times, beyond the area between tÒºe tip and actuÉ‘l nail. ThÐµ boundaries set by the French style are, as sucÒº, fading.
Nail appliquÃ©s are yet another favorÑ–te approach among nail art fashion designers. Æ¬há¥±y propose either transparent inserts which give the impreÑ•sion of optical illusions, or extravaÉ¡É‘nt elements such as unique crystal shapes.
It should be noticed that regardless of color, model, or apÏliquÃ©, natural nails are becoming more and more popular, although on some layers of society fake nails are pÐ³eferred. In the commercial world, water-based Ôesign techniques are become increasingly popular. These ará¥± available for every wâ²Ÿman, as long as they â²£ut in tÒºe â²£Ð³actice time. Black is thÐµ most spÐµctacular shade, despite it being a non-color. You can wear it plaÑ–n or in combination with dÉ‘rk shades of blue, rá¥±d, or purple.