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Nail trends for fall 2014: Two-tone and bling

imPRESS has all of the Fall 2014 nail trends without the work.
imPRESS has all of the Fall 2014 nail trends without the work.
Photo Courtesy of imPRESS/Broadway Nails, used with permission

Although summer is in full swing, it is never to late to think about the future of beauty and the nail trends for fall 2014. Gina Edwards, celebrity manicurist responsible for the manicured runway looks of the models of the Charlotte Ronson Fall 2014 fashion show, provided the Hair and Nails Examiner with her prediction for nail trends this autumn.

According to Gina Edwards the nail trends for fall will “definitely be two tones in red and black, similar to what we did at Charlotte Ronson Fall 2014,” which could be viewed in the slideshow attached to the article in the suggested links section of this page. Additionally, imPRESS Press-on Manicure by Broadway Nails has released its fall collection that is “inspired by the fashion runway” with the added beauty trend of embellishments.

Six sets of imPRESS Manicure nails will launch this August to spice up your fall manicure for the DIY nail aficionados such as Night Fever, Dancing Queen, Wink Wink, Vamp it Up, Glitz & Glamour, and In the Spotlight. These affordable and available fall nail trends could be found in Walgreens nationwide. Each kit includes 24 nails in 12 sizes to fit all fingers with bonus 3D charms and adhesives to add a touch of bling to your autumn mani of two-toned nails.

The Hair and Nails Examiner has sampled imPRESS nails and the kits are full of durable press-ons. Nail tip: Size each finger before applying adhesive and do your weaker hand last. Apply clear polish over charms and stickers to hold in place.

The nail business has expanded so that detailed manicures have become its own fashion accessory. Gems, charms nail stamps and nail art will continue to trend in the nail industry, but as Gina mentioned above, expect to see more subtle looks with two colors and the use of “negative space.” For more hair and nail trends for fall be sure to subscribe above.