Intricate 70s glam hairstyles were the center of attention at Reem Acra. To balance it out, clean makeup and nail styles were applied to models. If you have clients looking for something to wear alongside a loud outfit, apply two coats of OPI You Callin' Me a Lyre?, just as was done here, for a polished final look.
Badgley Mischka Spring / Summer 2014 CollectionHair Design by Peter Gray for Moroccanoil
Monique Lhuillier Spring / Summer 2014 CollectionHair Design by Bob Recine for Moroccanoil
Jenny Packham's collection was filled with the romantic pinks, intricate beading, and sheer fabrics fit for a princess! The glitter-topped nails were equally so. The base coat consisted of a layer of Essie Eternal Optimist, followed by a coat of the creamy Allure. The glitter topper contained both a layer of the fuchsia A Cut Above and silver Set in Stones that were applied only near the cuticle.
With a stirring performance by his muse, American Ballet Theater sensation Cory Stearns, to open the show, visionary designer Zang Toi sent his models down the runway in his enchanting dance-inspired collection, Ballet Babe.
The Blonds Spring/Summer 2014Hair by CATWALK by TIGI Global Creative Director Nick Irwin
Subtle fashion-forward French tips were seen at Holmes & Yang. Mix up clients' traditional manicures by featuring images of the many sorts of French manicures you can do, to spark their own creativity. This particular style was created by preparing the nail with a nude base coat in OPI So Many Clowns…So Little Time and adding a slanted tip in the deep blue I Saw…U Saw…We Saw…Warsaw.
Manicurist Gina Edwards designed these delicate mint paint drip nails, inspired by German painter Gerhard Richter, to go along with Nonoo's elegant but wearable wardrobe that was filled with mustards, grays, and jades. The squared off shape of the nail was also very natural and likely to be a pattern in the Spring 2014 manicures.