SALLY HANSEN Nail Trend Report SUMMER BRIGHT!
Style and Color Trends: for Spring 2017
By Madeline Poole , Sally Hansen’s Global Color Ambassador
In this trend report you'll find nails inspired by the runway's accessory trends, and beauty trends of Spring 2017. From NY FW to PFW to the streetsihow trends morph from fabric cuts and makeup into nail styes? i've broken down trends into 6 looks with 3 prominent families of color: 80's inspired brights like bubblegum pink, turquoise, and lime green to a subdued array of vanilla shades and classic reds. You'll also find some amazing DIY tricks for recreating the nail looks, and treatment products which can be layered under color for nail and cuticle hydraton during the Spring/Summer season. - Madeline Poole, Sally Hansen's Global Color Ambassador
The trend of multicolored stripes was undeniable, A rainbow array of dresses and two pieces at Adam Selman, Lacoste, Marc Jacobs, Fendi, Opening Ceremony, Altuzarra and many others make this trend a go to inspiration for nails.
In addition to multicolored stripes, there was also a ton of deconstructed men’s dress shirts especially at Monsé who’s whole collection was influenced by Wall Street.
You can have fun with this look when doing your nails, choose 4 or 5 different shades from the 80’s revival palette and layer them by using a striping brush to create an all over striping with random order and coloration.
DESIGN: BRIGHT STRIPES
For maximum visual impact I used shades that contrasted each other well. When painting your nails with a striped look, start with the most sheer and light color first. You could also consider leaving some of the stripes “naked” for a negative space effect