I’m the type of woman who sees tons of DIY tutorials and wishes she could accomplish such greatness. I always come across the cutest nail tutorials on YouTube and Pinterest and curse the universe because I’d be hard pressed to achieve dashing designs for my digits with such grace. Have you ever heard of two left feet? Well, I have two left hands (and I’m right-handed). But the tides have somehow turned in my favor, I recently came across the most amazingly simple nail art tutorial, and it’s super cute too! So if you’re looking for a cute new design keep reading, this one’s a total cinch via the good people at Lulu’s. Enjoy!
So you’re already hip to this season’s latest trends for your threads, but what about those darling digits of yours? WIth all the bright, beautiful colors and designs how’s a girl to choose? That my dear is entirely up to you, but I’ve taken the liberty to roundup a few trends that have graced the runways. Hopefully these ideas will be winners for you, or they may kick start a few of your own. Here are five manis that caught my eye and have made my “Try-THIS!” list as far as Spring nail art goes:
1. Delpozo Spring 2015
These bold coral negative-space half-moon manicures were created using Essie Tart Deco ($9) At Delpozo.
2. Erin Fetherston
This super cute design was created my manicurist Gina Edwards for Kiss and Broadway Nails. The gold strip on the crisp, white color is a nice minimalist contrast to the very ladylike collection at Erin Fetherston.
3. Betsey Johnson
The embellished 3D manis at Betsey Johnson put a nice little snazzy spin on bridal nails. The look was created using Morgan Taylor Nail Lacquer.
4. Baja East Spring 2015
Models at Baja East wore nails painted a cool marble gray with a bold white line.
5. Angel Sanchez Spring 2015
The geometric blue and gray manicure at Angel Sanchez was created by Gina Edwards (yes, again) for Morgan Taylor amd was meant to juxtapose the feminine pieces in the collection. Smart, right?
Stay beautiful my lovlies ❤