Nail Polish Guidelines for 2015

Speaking of geometric nails in my last series of weekly findings I have thought to ask my friends over at Madlene Nailbar and Spa for hints about the 2015 guidelines in terms of nail polish and the shape of the nails. Read below, what I consider to be a great informative article, that just made me want to try all the presented styles at once. One on each nail if possible.

As always at the beginning of the year the designers set the tone in fashion. And of course we were excited to see what 2015 brings. The colour of the wine Marsala was chosen by the experts of Pantone Institute as the colour of the year 2015. Marsala is a sensual colour. It offers many possibilities when it comes to clothing, make up and manicure.

When it comes to manicure I recommend it to every woman because it is easily adapted to every skin tone. We can choose to combine Marsala whit an additional colour such as mustard yellow or navy blue.

Alongside Marsala, even nude, burgundy and pink shades are among the top chooses 2015.

Metallic colours, including decorative stripes are still a perfect choice and reveal a strong and exuberant personality. The shape of the nail should be natural and elegant. With a little glitter and metallic accents we manage to transform our simple manicure in one for a special event.

Black never goes out of fashion and it is the ideal solution when we are undecided what to wear. Matte or shiny I recommend this colour for every occasion.

For those who want to have longer nails the almond shape is fashionable and is one of the trends of 2015. Jennifer Lopez is wearing them so well.

 

Head over to their Facebook page for more trends and ideas to follow.

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