Nail style and color trends 2017
By Madeline Poole, Sally Hansen’s Global Color Ambassador
Design: Free Form & Negative Space
Free form negative space designs are easy, expressive and great for runway because they can be quickly executed. Go bold with the design for maximum visual impact. Fashion week Spring 2017 saw tons of nails in this style on the runway. Such was the case at Proenza Schoeler, Vera Wang, Rodarte and Novis.
Not only was this trend of negative space encompassed by irregular and asymmetrical design is seen multiple times on the nails but also in terms of clothing like the iconic sheer paneled negative space dress at Christopher Kane.
Vanilla, creams, and whites are coming in all cuts and shapes this spring 2017. From stark and starched oxfords with clean crispy white cotton to creamy transparency fabrics reminiscent of bridal party dresses. Vanilla in copious amounts at Rick Owens, Stella McCartney, Celine, Loewe, and Dior.
The spill above features shades:
Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Devil Wears Nada, Sally Hansen Miracle Gel in Cream of the Crop and Get Mod, Sally Hansen Color Therapy in Well, Well, Well
Step by step guide to free form and negative space nail trend
Step 1: Apply a coat of Sally Hansen 7 in 1 Complete Care, your nails are strong and well moisturized.
Step 2: Place small dots of Miracle Gel in Birthday Suit along the nails to map off placement for your squiggle design.
Step 3: Using a striping brush, connect your mapping dots to create a squiggle design along the nails.
Step 4: Apply Miracle Gel Top Coat 2.0 to seal the design and ensure a lasting manicure.