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Read More0 of 14 Your nails create large beauty salon trade. Spending anywhere from $10 — $45 a pop for a manicure and $15 — $50 for a pedicure (not including tip), your weekly or monthly salon visits are costing you precious pampering dollars.
No wonder it’s a six billion dollar a year industry.
As you can imagine, the money you spend on these little luxuries is extremely significant to the salon industry, meaning they will do whatever it takes to hold you coming back for more.
While sometimes «whatever it takes» is going above and beyond excellent service, cleanliness and technique, it can also mean cutting corners and deceiving the salon layman in order to hold costs below and trade booming.
And not to totally scare you, but what’s supposed to be a luxurious treat can sometimes turn into your worst nightmare — ponder skin-eating diseases and infections. While yes, millions of women get manicures each year and don’t experience any serious or life-threatening side effects, you’d be naive to believe that it could never happen to you.
Nail salons that own been insufficiently cleaned or performed bad sanitization practices, as well as ones with inadequately trained nail technicians, could be a breeding ground for bacteria and a dangerous put for you to «unwind.»
Which is why we went straight to the pros who know — nail technicians and a podiatrist in order to uncover the secrets nail salons don’t desire you to know.
Read on to study how to save money at the salon, your nails and possibly your life.
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The NYFW 2017 S/S Nail Trends You Need To See
In the past, fashion enthusiasts only glance to fashion shows as a platform to see upcoming trends in clothing. Nowadays, everyone looks forward to literally everything being presented on the runway. From the makeup to hairstyles and of course, nail art!
The NYFW 2017 S/S show certainly didn’t disappoint with that regard.
The designers enlisted the assistance of renowned celebrity nail artists, creating nail designs that fit perfectly with their creations. These nail experts turned to OPI, Essie, Zoya, Christian Louboutin, M.A.C., Morgan Taylor and several other notable lacquer companies to make trend-starter designs.
Check out some of the best NYFW 2017 S/S nail trends below!
Celebrity nail artist Alicia Torello used Christian Louboutin polishes to create a minimalist negative space design.
I expect the negative space, minimalist trend that gripped the nail art world in 2016 will continue in the coming year as well.
Naomi Yasuda created some bold, graphic nails for Opening Ceremony Pageant to the People runway show. The nail stylist used China Glaze polish to create the design – black half of the nail with diverse strips of colors on the top of the black polish.
Here’s another negative space manicure. This time, however, Miss Pop created a side French tip design using some tape and Zoya Snow White polish.
It’s clean and simple but also an innovative thought to the classic French nail.
Miss Pop opted for bright colors with a surprisingly simple design for Jeremy Scott’s NYFW 2017 S/S collection.
The design starts off with a bright pastel base on endless fingers. She then dabbed on a contrasting color using the eraser finish of a pencil.
The nail art designs used Essie for this Rebecca Minkoff NYFW 2017 S/S fashion show. The alternate cherry red and nude French Nails screams edgy!
I’d personally wear this design myself.
Inspired by the Victorian era, nail stylist Jin Soon Choi painted a simple yet high-impact, thick line in the middle of the models’ fingers. A matte top jacket was then painted over the polish to give the design a much more dramatic look.
I personally ponder this design is unique and unused. Instead of the usual manicure, Tracylee opted to give the models at the Rodarte show some “cuticle bling.” Keeping the nails nude and clean, she applied a thin rim of Morgan Taylor Glitter & Gold on the cuticles instead.
Check out this side French tip design similar to what Miss Pop created for Marissa Web’s models!
There were a lot of other manicures introduced during the NYFW 2017 S/S fahion show.
However, I personally ponder these designs will be the ones to catch on. Which one caught your eye? Let me know which manicure you’ll desire to attempt in the comments section below.
Eager for New Year’s eve to come? Prepare for the festivities with an epic nail design! Welcome 2017 with your favorite nail art thought from this list!
Match your trendy nails with this sexy floral number from Mason & Ivy.
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