Straight From The Spring/Summer 2022 Runways
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Using Deborah Lippmann's clean line of polishes, the models walking the Ulla Johnson show rocked a classic nude polish that makes the rest of the makeup–and insane accessories–truly stand out.
Lippmann's quick-drying topcoat makes application a breeze, and the easy tone suits everyone.
The irregular wavy pattern is very au courant and can be done with any color, to match any look.
With manicurist and brand founder Jin Soon in the driver's seat, the models at the Peter Do show rocked what can only be described as a French mani flipped 90 degrees.
Black polish on top of bare nails is a look that will never go out of style.
The name of the game was glitz, whether that was with embellished crystals or gold foil. Subtly is out, and drama is back in.
Nail artist and KISS Brand Ambassador Gina Edwards created these glam looks for this year's runway show.
Using the brand Tenoverten's clean line of nail colors, an easy wash of nude was used for manicures, which contrasted with the dark burgundy that adorned their feet.
A little mix-and-match, anyone? The models walking the Tory Burch show went light up top, and dark on the bottom.
Drawing on inspiration from the clothes, the nail looks either matched the tone of the outfit, were embellished with chains, or had a duo-tone that were effortlessly chic.
Nail artist Alicia Torello used OPI colors to create a range of looks for the Alice + Olivia shows.
Tatjana Freund is a Beauty Commerce Writer, covering makeup, skincare, and haircare products and trends.