Nail Inspiration Straight from the Spring 2016 Runways

Sally Hansen once again amped up the runway looks with stunning nail designs for amazing designers Misha Nonoo, Adam Selman, Tanya Taylor, Phillip Lim and Prabal Gurung. Sally Hansen Global Color Ambassador Madeline Poole is a nail expert working in New York and LA. Trained as a painter, Madeline worked odd jobs like vintage poster restoration as an art student in Baltimore. Her unique talent in crafting innovative designs, emphasis on skin care and attention to the hand as a whole makes her one of the most sought after names in the beauty industry. For the Spring Nail Looks, Madeline used the designers inspiration to create nail art that perfectly captures the essence of the collections.

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Misha Nonoo

Backstage at the Misha Nonoo Fashion Show for New York Fashion Week
Backstage at the Misha Nonoo Fashion Show for New York Fashion Week

THE INSPIRATION

Misha Nonoo’s Spring Summer 16 collection was inspired by the idea of a movement in all senses. A movement can be a graceful motion with grand results. From the colorfully bold, modern lines of the 60s’ minimal art movement to the simultaneous spirited beginnings of the women’s rights movement, Misha has created a playful yet powerful wardrobe that brings us to the present day. Misha’s goal has always been to create a uniform for women as well as embracing the individual. Embracing the strength of the individual, Misha invites the modern woman to her world.

THE NAIL LOOK

Misha Nonoo turned to Sally Hansen, the #1 Nail Color and Nail Care brand in the US, and Madeline Poole, Sally Hansen Global Color Ambassador, to create two exclusive looks. To complement Misha’s Spring Summer 2016 collection, Madeline envisioned a minimalistic look with a bold twist. For the first style, models wore Complete Salon Manicure in Almost Almond with gold star accents, while the second look featured Complete Salon Manicure in Red My Lips with a lightning bolt detail. Madeline then used Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Gilty Party to create the detailing on the pinky and middle fingers, giving the classic colors an unexpected edge.

Almost Almond, Red My Lips and Gilty Party are part of Sally Hansen’s award-winning Complete Salon Manicure collection.

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Backstage at Adam Selman Show during New York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2015 Collections
Backstage at Adam Selman Show during New York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2015 Collections

THE INSPIRATION

A collection inspired by a long-forgotten nudist colony in Hawaii; full of prints, bright colors and frills, we wanted a nail that gave the girls a more tomboy edge to balance the femininity of the clothes.

THE NAIL LOOK

For Adam Selman’s highly anticipated Spring/Summer 2016 Collection, he turned to Sally Hansen, the #1 Nail Color and Nail Care brand in the US, and Madeline Poole, Sally Hansen Global Color Ambassador, to create an exclusive nail look.

Madeline explains, “Adam Selman’s collection was inspired by a long-forgotten nudist colony in Hawaii, and features bold prints, bright colors and frills to evoke a tropical feel. We wanted to balance the feminity of the clothes with a nail look that gave the girls more of a tomboy edge. The nails were ironically painted with nails: we used the head of a construction nail dipped in Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Dark Hue-mor to paint haphazardly placed circles on clear nails. The look feels as if the girls painted it on themselves with a marker.”

Dark Hue-mor is part of Sally Hansen’s award-winning Complete Salon Manicure collection.

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Backstage at Tanya Taylor during New York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2015 Collections
Backstage at Tanya Taylor during New York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2015 Collections

THE INSPIRATION

The Tanya Taylor Spring Summer 2016 collection focuses on vibrant pigments, novel textures and ornate architectural motifs. Inspired by a recent trip Tanya took to Kenya, Tanzania and Morocco, this season’s woman is wrapped in painterly oversized floral prints, loose silk knits and reinterpretations of classic plaids. There is a focus on fluidity in both fabric and mood. Playfully proportioned silhouettes are enhanced with embroidered lasercutting, laced ties, and featherweight crystal embellishment.

THE NAIL LOOK

This season, Tanya Taylor turned to Sally Hansen, the #1 Nail Color and Nail Care brand in the US, and Madeline Poole, Sally Hansen Global Color Ambassador, to create exclusive nail looks.

Madeline explains, “Tanya’s collection is an homage to the hand-made textiles, delicate beadwork and vivid dyes used in Africa, and I wanted to continue that aesthetic. I designed a striped nail look that mimics the multicolored, layered jewelry of the Maasai people, giving each model her own unique combination of five different stripe colors in various thicknesses.”

Arm Candy, Kook A Mango, Ruby Do, Water Color, Dark Hue-mor and In Full Blue-m are part of Sally Hansen’s award-winning Complete Salon Manicure collection.

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Backstage at Prabal Gurung during New York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2015 Collections
Backstage at Prabal Gurung during New York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2015 Collections

THE INSPIRATION

The spring season is truly about the optimistic and spiritual romance of two opposite worlds: East and West. The sensuality, femininity, vibrant colors & textures of the East merge with the practicality, pragmatism and movement of the West. It’s a celebration of what resounds with me most: femininity with a bite. The motifs, embroidery and textures are inspired by the artist Laxman Shrestha and shapes and silhouettes are a feminine take on American sportswear.

THE NAIL LOOK

For the eleventh consecutive season, Prabal Gurung turned to Sally Hansen, the #1 Nail Color and Nail Care brand in the US, and Madeline Poole, Sally Hansen Global Color Ambassador, to create exclusive nail looks.

Madeline explains, “For Prabal’s nails we chose ‘Mum’s the Word,’ a pale yellow shade, along with an organic flow of white shapes. Each shape mimics the artistic curve of a brush stroke, and the unique color combination gives the feminine silhouettes a sporty edge.”

Mum’s The Word and Let’s Snow are part of Sally Hansen’s award-winning Complete Salon Manicure collection

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Phillip Lim

Backstage at Phillip Lim during New York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2015 Collections
Backstage at Phillip Lim during New York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2015 Collections

THE NAIL LOOK

Phillip Lim turned to Sally Hansen, the #1 Nail Color and Nail Care brand in the US, and Madeline Poole, Sally Hansen Global Color Ambassador, to create exclusive nail looks.

Madeline explains, “Every nail is different at Phillip Lim. The girls are each wearing a sporty stripe of chrome-silver in varying thicknesses on top of an organic, creamy brown in shade ‘All Bark.’ The collection’s theme, ‘Stop and Smell the Roses,’ embraces beauty in dirtiness and transitional colors, with high-shine specks and glossy accents. Silver is Phillip Lim’s 10th anniversary color, and the stripe is an homage to his decade of style.”

All Bark is part of Sally Hansen’s award-winning Complete Salon Manicure collection.

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Sally Hansen’s award-winning Complete Salon Manicure collection infuses trend-setting shades with an expert-quality formula to deliver salon-caliber results. Complete Salon Manicure delivers seven salon manicure steps in one bottle. Chip resistant strength joins gel-quality shine. Must-have color meets nourishing benefits. Plus, with a built-in base and top coat, it’s everything you need to achieve a professional manicure at home. Available at retailers nation wide for $7.99.

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  1. Toby says:

    love the stripes! come check out my blog http://www.poshandspicy.com xx

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