3 '70s-Inspired Nail Looks from NYFW

The Self-Portrait Spring/Summer 2018 collection at New York Fashion Week featured plenty of ruffles in its throwback to late-’70s style. To accompany the sexy, Bianca Jagger-esque spirit and complement the relaxed style and emphasis on individuality, Morgan Taylor Lacquer’s lead artist Gina Edwards created three nail looks. Embodying the Self-Portrait woman’s poised and playful individuality, each manicure style varied in structure and color depending on the mood and setting.

on the nails: Morgan Taylor Lacquer in From Paris With Love

LOOK ONE: From Paris With Love, an alluring oxblood red.

On the nails: From Paris With Love from Morgan Taylor Lacquer

LOOK TWO: Dusty rose hue, Flirting With The Phantom.

LOOK THREE: Add to look one by including a playful exclamation. Using Little Black Dress, create a black shooting star centered near the cuticle of the ring fingers.

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Photos courtesy of Morgan Taylor Lacquer

 

About: Danny Haile and David Daniel's history began in the nail industry, rooted early on as nail technicians. Over the course of 30 years, Haile and Daniel have innovated the professional nail market. Now, they have once again transformed the nail industry with lacquer that is specially formulated for you... the nail professional. You can see this at work in Morgan Taylor's select ingredients and innovative bottle– each thoughtfully developed for optimum style and performance. 

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