New York Fashion Week F/W 2014 Nail Trends

Check out the best nail looks from New York Fashion Week!

Check out the best nail looks from New York Fashion Week!
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New York Fashion Week F/W 2014: Nails
Rebecca Minkoff F/W 2014 Michelle Saunders for Essie created the look at Rebecca Minkoff.
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New York Fashion Week F/W 2014: Nails
Wes Gordon F/W 2014 Rita Remark for Essie created the look at Rebecca Minkoff. Here's how to achieve it yourself:
  1. Apply Essie's Ridge Filling Base coat to clean, filed nails
  2. Once dry, apply one coat of Penny Talk
  3. Next, apply one coat of Bordeaux
  4. Then, apply Matte About You
  5. Using Wicked, brush on a neat arc across the edge of the nail and let dry.
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New York Fashion Week F/W 2014: Nails
Nonoo F/W 2014 Morgan Taylor lead nail stylist Gina Edwards combined Nonoo's signature paneling technique and Kahn's obsession with geometrics to create the look of vertical stripes that pop off a sleek gray. The medium length almond shaped nail had a base of sheer violet-gray Dress Code diluted with Stick With It for a soft, silky gray layered with 3 off-center stripes of varying width in navy blue Deja Blue, burgundy From Paris With Love and lavender Wish You Were Here.
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New York Fashion Week F/W 2014: Nails
Jenny Packham F/W 2014 Michelle Saunders for Essie created the look at Jenny Packham. Here's how to achieve it yourself:
  1. Apply Essie's Frst Base base coat to clean, filed nails.
  2. Once dry, apply two coats of Mademoiselle to all nails.
  3. On ring fingers only, dip a bobby pin into wrapped in rubies and create medium-sized circle in the middle of the nail.
  4. To begin forming the Solaris look, dip a bobby pin into wrapped in rubies and create small dots around the center circle.
  5. Next, dip a bobby pin into penny talk to create small dots beside each red dot.
  6. Then, dip a bobby pin in Hors d'oeuvres and fill in between so all of the dots connect.
  7. Finally, take a small nail art brush dipped in lots of lux to create the small pear-shaped designs on the outer edges to form the points of the Solaris.
  8. Finish with good to go top coat
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New York Fashion Week F/W 2014: Nails
Cynthia Rowley F/W 2014
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New York Fashion Week F/W 2014: Nails
Alice + Olivia F/W 2014 Miss Pop Nails for Essie created this look. Here's how to achieve it yourself:
Get the look:
  1. Apply First Base base coat to clean, filed nails.
  2. Next, apply two layers Licorice.
  3. To apply the gold dots, dip a nail dotting tool in good as gold and carefully apply amedium-sized dot at the center tip of the nail and two smaller dots on each side.
  4. At the base of the nail, dip the dotting tool in good as gold and apply a medium-sized dot at the center edge of the nail and five smaller dots surrounding it.
  5. Finish with good to go top coat
Tip: If you don't have a nail dotting tool, use the end of a bobby pin!
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New York Fashion Week F/W 2014: Nails
Libertine F/W 2014 Katie Jane Hughes created this incredible look! First, Katie applied butter LONDON Nail Lacquer in The Black Knight to the tips of the press on nails. She then applied butter LONDON Nail Lacquer in Diamond Geezer at the base of the nail to meet up with the black at the tips. Katie used Nail Lacquer in Stardust and the new Nail Lacquer in Anorak, a black, white and silver chunky glitter overcoat (available in March 2014) over the entire nail. While the nails were still wet, Katie completed the look by applying holographic, diamond-shaped glitter to the tip of the nails.
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New York Fashion Week F/W 2014: Nails
Prabal Gurung F/W 2014
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New York Fashion Week F/W 2014: Nails
Creatures of Comfor F/W 2014
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New York Fashion Week F/W 2014: Nails
Alexander Wang F/W 2014 Michelle Saunders for Essie created the look at Alexander Wang. Here's how to achieve the look yourself: Apply Ridge Filling Base Coat to clean, filed nails Once the base coat dries, apply one coat of Sand Tropez. Next, apply one coat of Mademoiselle. To finish, apply Matte About You top coat.
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New York Fashion Week F/W 2014: Nails
Delpozo F/W 2014 Pattie Yankee for Patricia Nail Lacquer and her team created a custom mirrored nail look for Delpozo.
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New York Fashion Week F/W 2014: Nails
Opening Ceremony F/W 2014 Naomi Yasuda for Essie created the look for Opening Ceremony. Here's how to achieve it yourself!
Get the look: 1. Apply first base base coat to clean, filed nails. 2. Once dry, apply one coat of aruba blue, go overboard or master plan (depending on color preference) to the pinky on left hand and ring finger on right hand. 3. Next, apply preferred polish shade at an angle across each additional nail and fill in the space to make a diagonal design (each nail from the thumb to ring finger should have a different ratio of color to natural nail) 4. Finish with good to go top coat.
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New York Fashion Week F/W 2014: Nails
Matthieu Mirano F/W 2014 Miss Pop for Essie created the look at Matthieu Mirano. Here's how to achieve it yourself. 1. Apply first base base coat to clean, filed nails. 2. Next, apply two coats of bordeaux to the right side of the nail, covering a quarter of the nail. 3. Then, apply two coats of Llicorice to fill in the remaining left side of the nail. 4. Follow with Good to Go top coat.
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