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8 Crazy Cool Nail Art Designs from NYFW Fall 2016

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Fashion Week season is upon us so get ready for some fresh nail art inspiration! Again, New York Fashion Week demonstrated that nail art is as popular as ever. The models on Fall Winter 2016 season runways were sporting everything from ombre to 3D and of course, negative space.

Here’s the coolest 8 nail art designs from the NYFW Fall Winter 2016 shows.

1. Jenny Packham Fall 2016

nail art, Jenny Packham Fall 2016

Nails: naked nails with a large gold star by Michelle Saunders for Essie. Images: Essie

2. Opening Ceremony Fall 2016

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Nails: Nail artist Naomi Yasuda working with China Glaze reinvented 3D nail art. Minimalist, “melting” tips painted in silver were glued over nude nails. Images: IMAXTREE / MatteoScarpellini/almaphotos.net and Helga Traxler

3. Cushnie et Ochs Fall 2016

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Nails: Madeline Poole working with Christian Louboutin polish created two-toned dark purple and black French tip. To DIY this look, simply use nail guide. Images:  Christian Louboutin

4. Sally Lapointe Fall 2016

nail art, morgan taylor at sally la pointe fall 2016

Nails: Sheer matte white nails with a gold stud placed just below the moon of the nail. Created by Danielle Candido for Morgan Taylor. Images: Morgan Taylor

5. Rebecca Minkoff Fall 2016

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Nails: Orange negative space nails with a classic French tip by Michelle Saunders for Essie. Images: Essie

6. Hood by Air 2016

nasty nails at Hood by Air Fall 2016

Nails: The new high-low anti-manicure or so-called ‘Nasty Nails’. Created by Dawn Sterling for Hood by Air founder Shayne Oliver who wanted a nail that looked caked with dirt and grime. Ironically, these nasty nails  were done with not-so-nasty Chanel polish. Images: Helga Traxler

7. Look 1 – Libertine Fall 2016

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Nails: Nail artists in the CND Design Lab used Vinylux for a bright base. They then used a mixture of CND products (Shellac, Liquid & Powder) to form eye-popping (literally) nails. Created by Jan Arnold and Torie Bastian of CND with a mix of products – Vinylux for a bright base and the 3-D eyes were sculpted with a CND Shellac, Liquid & Powder. Images: CND

7. Look 2 – Libertine Fall 2016

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Nails: These furry nails were the second look created by CND for the Libertine show. The CND team painted each nail with Vinylux Rubble and Cream Puff and then adhered the brown or white faux fur to each nail with a top coat. Images: Getty

What look is your favorite? Are you keen to try some furry nails anytime soon? And, the ‘nasty nails’ – what do you think about those? Some beauty editors say it’s the next big beauty trend? Do you think it will happen?

– Maria, xx

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  • Nina

    Furry nails! They look so cool, but not very practical. It’s great for winter though haha

  • I LOVE Jan Arnold, she could do anything with my nails and I’d be in love I reckon. In terms of the “nasty nails” – no, I don’t think these will take off (but I am prepared to be corrected) mainly because looks like that actually take a long time to achieve – usually just as much time as a regular manicure! So I think a lot f people will stick with a full colour so they can see the “bang for their buck” but that’s just my two cents!
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    • Agree, Jan is the Queen of Creative Nails! and yes, those “nasty nails” I don’t think this nail look will become a major trend. Most likely it looked great as a part of the fashion look/show but in real life I think most people still prefer the flawless manicure look. Especially if you’re paying for it. x
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  • Giovanna N. (Glittering)

    The nasty, furry and the ones with eyes are the most exotic ones! Also so fun hahahah
    I’m going to participate in the NAFW because the whole ideia is really nice, even though I don’t know anything about fashion hahah! Already getting inspirations :D

    Just a doubt.. the nails have to be done and published everyday consecutively, or I can have a little interval between them?

    ;*
    http://glitteringgg.blogspot.com.br/

    • Yay! So exited to hear you’re joining the NAFW 2016! Can’t wait to see your designs! xx

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