From the looks of the official engagement photos Meghan Markle and fiancé Prince Harry posed for on Monday afternoon, it seems that she has already nailed at least one royal rule: requesting natural polish at her manicure.
For years she was just a name on a bottle of nail polish, until a months-long search turned up the story of a remarkable woman and entrepreneur.
Between "braided" eyebrows and squiggle lips, you would think we have witnessed enough extreme trends to last a lifetime. But no—there's always room for more absurdity in the world of beauty. Illusion artist Dain Yoon proved that on Sunday when she uploaded an image of her nails—each finger adorned with a little face and, yep, hair. SEE ALSO: 'Braided' eyebrows are the latest absurd beauty trend that truly anyone can try "Many people told me I should delete those [sic] my photos before becoming a new trend," she wrote on Twitter. Many people told me i should delete those my photos before becoming a new trend pic.twitter.com/NZ7FD1dFDM — Dain Yoon (@designdain) September 10, 2017 While they may not have caught on quite yet, they definitely have people talking. Overall, the majority of people have expressed concern over the potential trend, but have acknowledged that regardless of how creepy they are, it's pretty damn creative—not to mention it requires major skills to pull that off. Better without the hair tho! pic.twitter.com/DvDjX877aM — Bad Boy Brazil (@Bad_Boy_Brazil) September 10, 2017 i can't even paint my own nails without getting it on my skin pic.twitter.com/q4YV7hw6FI — billy鹿 (@oraltwjnk) September 10, 2017 Hell nooo...nasty as hell...but cant ignore creativity.... — Marquita Powell (@QueenPowell83) September 10, 2017 Live footage of me right now: pic.twitter.com/gkM4JBfiyU — Vanessa Yanez (@vanessa_yanez_) September 10, 2017 as an artistic design this is really unique but as a trend.. pls no — Madison I. (@wittyusername18) September 10, 2017 Where else can we go from here? Who honestly knows at this point. WATCH: Get club vibes in your tiny apartment with these magnetic speakers
Preschool teacher Johnetta Hopkins says she was refused service at her local nail salon.
Bad news for those who still adhere to the acrylic French manicure--that nail shape is no longer among the most-popular list. In lieu of the now-dated square nail, pro manicurist Angel Williams, who works with Jessica Chastain, tells us that the oval, round, and almond silhouettes are the ones her clients have been requesting. "The square nail shape is definitely one that comes and goes,but it's taking a backseat to the current trend, which is bringing a subtle look back to the shape,"
What's cheaper than a diamond but shines just as bright? Metallic nail polish, obviously. But to help you minimize the stress of picking a shade (legitimately the hardest decision you will ever make at a salon, mind you), we reached out to a few of our favorite brands and got the scoop on a few of their best-selling metallic polish bottles. No shocker here, rose gold made the ultimate appearance
Kim Kardashian has never been one to shy away from experimenting with new style and beauty trends. In the new year, she’s debuted a lip ring, worn customized necklaces featuring the name of her hometown, and even tried out pierced nails.
We can confidently say that nail art has gotten a bit “extra” in recent years. From stiletto nails to aquarium nails (yes,…
It’s no surprise that Niecy Nash, a comedian, producer and actress, had a response loud and ready when a male TV critic at TCA asked her and her cast of TNT’s “Claws” why they paint their nails. “Claws” is a dramedy set in a nail salon that follows the rise of five diverse manicurists working at Nail Artisan, a salon in Manatee County in South Florida. The TV critic (unwisely) asked Nash, “But why do nail art, if men don’t like it?” As you can imagine, Niecy Nash’s clapback game was strong.
Beauty blogger Amelia Rushmore-Perrin has been using acrylic nails for years, but removing them recently left her with torn and bleeding nails. British beauty blogger Amelia Rushmore-Perrin shared with her followers how damaging acrylic nails can be. “A lot of people on [Q&A site] curiouscat ask me about my acrylics, presumably wanting a set themselves,” Rushmore-Perrin wrote on Twitter.
If you haven’t already made the journey back to school, you’ll likely be heading there after Labour Day weekend. That��s right, summer is officially over. But not to fret. Here, we’ve rounded up 12 beauty products to make the transition back into the classroom a little less painful.