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To play off the pantone and patterns in the collection, stylist Gina Edwards used KISS 100-Count Nails in Active Oval with KISS Design Perfection to create a negative space chevron design in a warm mauve hue. "The look perfectly complements the collection and negative space nails are in full force for fall," says Edwards.
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Tibi’s fall collection was inspired by the elements of the Inuit culture, so Jin Soon, founder of JINSoon painted a curved line horizontally across the middle of the nail to resemble snow capped mountains. “Making a curve is easy, just be patient,” she says. Apply two coats of JINSoon Nostalgia, then apply JINSoon Doux (available this Spring).
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Keri Blair of MAC Cosmetics was inspired by sketchbooks, paint strokes and color stains, when crafting the nails for Desigual. She began with a khaki green base color and then sprinkled gouache paints in blue, red, yellow for a splattered look.
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The collection took a nod to the 1920s art-deco period and the progressive 1970s. To bring this vision to life, butter LONDON global color ambassador Katie Jane Hughes created an bold metallic nail with a matte finish.
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Nicole Miller’s fall '15 collection was influenced by a dark, mythical forest. To get the look apply butter LONDON British Nail Lacquer in Racing Green.
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To play off the contrast of patterns and colors in the collection, Lead stylist Gina Edwards used imPRESS in Text Appeal nails then adorned each with a pearl on the half moon, accenting the thumbs with white feathers. "The play on texture perfectly complements the collection and brings a simplistic nail art with accent nails to the forefront for Fall," says Edwards.
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CND created nails with vertical and horizontal striping techniques using VINYLUX Weekly Polish in an array of heavily pigmented Kodak-inspired colors including red, yellow, blue and purple.
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