Autumn/Winter 2013 Nail Trends

You can obviously wear whatever you want on your nails but at each catwalk show there are no nail trends developing. Here is a quick rundown of the big nail trends for this autumn.

Red Nails

Red nail polish is never out of fashion because it’s effortlessly chic but this year, red nails were spotted on the catwalks of the Valentino and Chanel. For a true pillar box red, Nails Inc St James is the best and Rimmel Salon Pro in Hip Hop is also really nice. If you would prefer a deeper red, Nails Inc Tate is still a true red but slightly deeper than St James.

Black Nails

Oscar de la Renta had reverse French manicures with black nail polish while Daks had matte black nails but Kenzo had glossy black talons.To embrace this trend I think cheap is best, Rimmel’s Black Cab is only £2.99 but you will need a good base coat to prevent staining and a super glossy top coat, I like Nails Inc. Kensington Top Coat. If you prefer to go matte, I think the Rimmel Matte top coat is a great cheap option.

Newspaper Nails

Louise Young’s show had nail paper print on the model’s nails, Nails Inc. have launched monogram nail kits which are a great nod to the trend but if you want to follow the trend exactly there are plenty of resources online showing you how to get the look.

Natural Nails

Natural and nude shades have never really went out of fashion because they always look elegant and groomed without being over the top. The nails at Dolce and Gabbana were beautifully manicured with just a hint of a pink sheen, I love Nails Inc. Elizabeth Street for this look.

What nail trends will you be trying this autumn and winter?

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