Time to go for one of my favorite nail polish colors, bordeaux. The darker the better for me. This fall you see a lot of burgundy colors so it will match your outfits perfectly. Combined with the golden and white dots it immediately looks so festive. However we still have to wait some weeks before it’s Christmas again… :-)
Fashion weeks are over for this season! After New York, London, Milan and Paris fashion week everyone had been inspired again for some new outfits! Of course I love looking at all those fabulous outfits but I’m also looking at the nails. Because new nail art trends are also shown at these fashion shows. The most striking trend for me is the contouring trend. And I’m not talking about make up, because you can contour your nails as well. When you contour your nails you can make them look smaller and longer. That’s perfect for me at this moment because in the last weeks almost all my nails broke :(
After the green autumn color of last week it’s time to go a little darker. All the way in space blue I show you my new design. Just like marble you spot this space trend everywhere. The dark colors are so perfect for my not so secret love for dark nail polishes. And best of all, this design is really easy because you don’t have to do it precisely! :)
Autumn is coming up and so are the colors for autumn! This design is really simple, but that is of course the way we want designs to be. You’ll only need two different colors of polish, easy as that. You don’t even need tape or anything else. I really love the color combination that I used in this design. It’s kind of like the fashion trends for this season nature colors and metallics, love it!
After some radio silence I’m back with a new nail art design for you guys! My nails have gotten some rest without their daily dose of nail polish, because they deserve that now and then. Meanwhile I bought some new polishes like this lovely blue polish from KIKO. Immediately one of my favourite colours and I combined it with a glitter polish with the same blue shade. And stripes, a lot of stripes! :-)