How-To: High Shine Manicure

Los Angeles fashion house Thomas Wylde’s 10th anniversary collection entitled “90291” paid homage to its home base in Southern California and the acute, artistic vibes of Venice. There were two beauty looks to complement the palette of black, cement grey, white, and the crimson red headline hue: A bold red lip paired with flawless, dewy skin, and a glamorous, natural look. Key nail artist Jessica Tong for Smith & Cult created a high shine manicure in the shade Feathers and Flesh to emulate the natural glow in the makeup.


1. Always begin by applying a coat of Basis of Everything on clean, filed nails.


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2. Paint two coats of Feathers and Flesh on all nails.

3. Finish off with a coat of Above it All for extra shine and staying power.

About Luxury Brand Partners: Luxury Brand Partners develops and nurtures prestige artist-driven beauty brands, with a focus on innovation and a passion for the creative mind. With offices in Miami and New York City, our portfolio of companies offers high-performance products and top-of-the-line education informed by both an artistic and a business perspective. The management team has a long history of building iconic brands and leverages its knowledge of salon professionals and the end-consumer to create lines that meet their needs in new and exciting ways. For more information,    

Smith & Cult: Diary of a beauty junkie. A high-performance nail and lip lacquer line featuring vibrant colors and innovative formulas.

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