Get These 5 Updates to your Old Nail Art Designs

There are new ways to update your old nail art designs. If you are already tired of vibrant oranges, hot pinks, and rainbow themed nail art, you should be pleased to know that the mani-obsessed crowd that there’s a good change coming in for nail art themes this season.

Hello to New Nudes



Neat and tidy nails are the secret to good nudes. Aside from that, buttery pink nail lacquers are great alternatives to common nude tan colours. To keep your nudes looking fabulous, don’ forget to apply nail oil daily to keep the cuticles supple and soft. Adelle, Jessie J and Millie Mackintosh are the top celebrity fans of nude nail colours.

Go for the Marble Effect

Marble Effect

Marble Nails have graced the fashion catwalks of the fall season. Butter London’s top nail artist, Katie jane Hughes creates full steam of elegant graphite look on the models of the Creatures of Wind show. Use your favourite nail colour as base. Pick pearly colours to create the marble pattern.

Double Tone Tips

Two Tone Tips

A dazzling two-tone tip is a nice change to your usual one-tone nail tips. Be adventurous with your colour combinations. Go from purple and fuschia to the more nordic colour combinations of OPI nail lacquers to recreate this irresistible nail art.

All-New French


The dynamic dark moon shades and tips are taking nail trend by storm this season. Update your classic French tip with this cool monochromatic look. Simply pain your whole nail a light clean nude shade. Then, use a dark gun metal nail polish shade to outline the moon and tip of each nail.

Vamp it Up

JINsoon at Karen Walker Spring/Summer 2015 Collection

The amazing on-trend look using moody hues will definitely suit you. Pack your bright coloured pink and orange nail polishes in your beauty bag and make room for some vampy, dark, and moody nail polish colours. Go for rouge reds, deep purples, and dark teals.

From monochromes to moody hues, you can now enjoy these exciting trend updates that you should be nail-ing right now.



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