Matthew Williamson Inspired Nail Art to DIY

Rachel Adler
Matthew Williamson Inspired Nail Art to DIY
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Beauty and fashion have always gone hand in hand — you’ll rarely find someone impeccably dressed without a great lip or trendy hairstyle to complete the look. This is why we’ve been keeping our eye on runway-inspired nail art designs as of late. Manicurists and bloggers alike have been pulling inspiration from the gorgeous looks spotted on the runways (everything from Prada to Roberto Cavalli) and are creating nail designs based off of those looks.

We spoke with Miss Ladyfinger herself, Taryn Multack, and she’ll be creating nail designs just for us in the coming weeks. Her first, based off of Matthew Williamson’s SS 2012 show, blends teals and browns seamlessly together.

Follow the steps above to get her runway-inspired look!

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Start off by applying a a teal coat of polish to your nails.

Use a thin nail art brush (can be found at your local beauty supply store) to apply a brown-gold polish in a zig zag motion horizontally along the center of the nail. This area does not have to be perfect; the point is for there to be uneven, flowing lines.

Finish by painting a navy blue jagged stripe vertically along the edge of the nails.

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