But somewhat easier, how to accessorise my nails?
|courtesy Vogue Fr|
I went to Vogue Fr. and they showed some returns of the classics: (link)
- Red nails- quite big during Fall. No extras with nailart-caviar, etc...just classic reds.
- Khaki, blacks and taupes: ah great, not that much investments.
I couldn't resist, even though I probably have a dupe. I love the reference to the film with Kim Novak building up the tension in true Alfred Hitchcock style. Will his films ever date?
I really like the trend they called 'outsider', but basically quite logical with the so-called 'winter-pastels'...a sweet candy pinkish lavendel:
As I said, there is not that much nail-art featured. Somehow I was surprised about that, because I have seen a lot of Military clothing in the shops. I personally wouldn't like to dress up like someone who has to defend the country against possible enemies, but I thought it would be fab for nails and so I googled and found this blogger doing this tutorial: CrazeGlaze
Wow, supercool: I brought up my other murky greens that I can pair op with my latest Chanel Vertigo:
In general, I think that Illamasqua Hectic will qualify as the most military based. It will look awesome on it's own but I really want to try to do my nails in somewhat similar way as Crazeglaze.
So, what beauty-actions are you going to apply in order to go with trends, or perhaps go against trends?