Nail Polish Trends That Never Go Out Of Fashion
Nail trends are very tricky. One season everyone wears metallic, another season - white, then black comes into fashion... However, there are some nail colors that never go out of fashion. These are must have colors for any fashionista.
Traditional berry colors (cherry, raspberry, cranberry) are always hot, no matter the season or the year. The bright nail polish may be the focal point in your image. Just like with Anna Dello Russo and Kelly Brook who opted for red lacquer and white dresses. There are no limits in choosing "the perfect" red color - all colors, from scarlet to fuchsia are at your disposal.
Right on the opposite side of nail polish trends is classic nude. Its versatility stays on forever, np matter what you are wearing. And if you are wearing bright or sparkling clothes, they don't need "the help" of the bright nail polish. The celebrities follow this rule preferring to complement such clothing by nude or transparent nail polish.
The palette of color crayons: muted colors, delicate as spring primroses... They are used all the time in the wardrobe, makeup and, of course, in the nail-art. There is no need to avoid these wonderful colors: mint ice cream, lemon drops, coral... Pastel blends are always perfect for both day and night images, and they are always in trend! Have a look at Apollonia Kotero and Carrie Keagan.
Lush tropical nail polish shades can work the same way as the red. They can be a focal point while wearing white dress, or just with a casual outfit. Take Doutzen Kroes and Selita Ebanks styles as an example.
The color of thunderclouds, wet asphalt or a pigeon wing - it can be named in different ways, but it never goes out of trend. However, this nail polish color is recommended only with dresses and ornaments that have metallic luster, space theme etc. Have a look at Devon Aoki and Milla Jovovich.
If you can't use bright nail polish because of strict dress code, choose noble dark violet shades - from iris to plum. As an example, have a look at Dionne Bromfield and Garcelle Beauvais
Chocolate and Maroon
Deep shades of chocolate and maroon are great alternatives to traditional red polish. It looks especially great if you are tan, like Jessica Alba, or are fatal brunette, like Dita Von Teese.
Fluorescent neon palette is not only a tribute to the era of the cult 1960s, it is a regular summer trend as well. Any of these polishes will greatly improve even the most understated outfit. Learn from Alesha Dixon and Katy Perry.