11 wildest nail trends we've seen this year


11 wildest nail trends we’ve seen this year

Cue the mani that involves actual, living plants

By Lauren Valenti & LORI KEONG  July 3rd, 2017

We’re already petitioning for the MoMA to open up an exhibition next year dedicated to the next-level nail art that’s been popping up everywhere. From the fur-adorned nails we saw on Libertine’s fall 2016 runway to those Instagram-beloved mirrored talons, we are mesmerised—and these are our favourite to gawk at: 

Felt Nails

 

Glass Nails

 Instagram was flooded with shots of iridescent "wet look" nails this year that are best seen in motion, where the sheen and colors shift based on the light (much like a technicolor rainbow on a petrol slick).

LED nails

it was the chilly winters that inspired Libertine for these Faux Fur nails.

 

Succulent Nails

it was the chilly winters that inspired Libertine for these Faux Fur nails.

 

Nasty Nails

Glow Recipe has partnered with Unistella (the OG salon behind the technique) to create 3D, prismatic stickers you can use at home.

 

Oil Spill Nails

 Instagram was flooded with shots of iridescent "wet look" nails this year that are best seen in motion, where the sheen and colors shift based on the light (much like a technicolor rainbow on a petrol slick).

Aquarium Nails

 Instagram was flooded with shots of iridescent "wet look" nails this year that are best seen in motion, where the sheen and colors shift based on the light (much like a technicolor rainbow on a petrol slick).

Crystal Nails

it was the chilly winters that inspired Libertine for these Faux Fur nails.

 

Gold Bar Nails

 Instagram was flooded with shots of iridescent "wet look" nails this year that are best seen in motion, where the sheen and colors shift based on the light (much like a technicolor rainbow on a petrol slick).

Furry Nails

It was the chilly winters that inspired Libertine for these Faux Fur nails.

 

Pom Pom nails

 Instagram was flooded with shots of iridescent "wet look" nails this year that are best seen in motion, where the sheen and colors shift based on the light (much like a technicolor rainbow on a petrol slick).

From: Elle UK