Plain Nails vs. Nail Art for Spring 2013

Not all women are fond of painting their nails in different colors on each finger, or having them illustrated with figures and patterns that are made to fit. Some prefer less color, two tones, or even just the plain but shocking.

0917-spring-2013-new-york-fashion-week-nail-trend-angel-sanchez_liGo for the palest nails you can imagine. An opaque shade of the trending  “barely there” polish, perhaps?

silver-makeup-look Metallic frosts are the way to rock this season. Try silver and anything that glitters.

2012-Fall-and-2013-Winter-Nail-Polish-Trends-3 Dark blue nails are the new shade of sin. Red, of course, remains a classic.

Photos-Nail-Trends-Seen-Spring-Summer-2013-New-York-Fashion-Week Get your nails soaked in white and no other tone. This is a tricky style, since you don’t want your nails to look like they’ve been played with a correction pen. Neatly and slowly is always the sure way to go.

halfmoon8 Nevertheless, two-toned polish isn’t bad either. Make sure yours is applied neatly. If not an expert, do get somebody else to paint your nails. Try a beauty salon or have a manicure and pedicure home service instead.

0917-spring-2013-new-york-fashion-week-nail-trend-lauren-moffatt_li Dipped tips are cute to look at. Bright colors suit this style well.

2013-Spring-and-Summer-Nail-Polish-Trends-10 Pink is the ink. It’s just the most feminine shade ever. Yet if you are looking for more subtle shades, do get the shades of flamingo, salmon, or blush.



557 Instead of fire alarming red and worn out violet, why not try something in between like berry colors?

images (13) Black, of course, is plain gothic on the nails but when matched with a good outfit, who can disagree about its stylishness?


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