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Dark blue and white nails 2018

Date: 15.10.2018, 00:37 / View: 33164

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Kenzo

Trend: tiger nails 

"Fierce tiger striped nails" were designed by nail artist Naomi Yasuda at Kenzo, using a base of black, red, yellow, or blue Inglot , from £9 each. Black and white stripes were then added on top, followed by , £10, for extra shine. 

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Sophia Webster

Trend: ballerina nails 

The show's lead nail artist Rebecca Wilson combined Revlon's , £6.99 – an off-white shade – with the same polish in , a plummy nude, for a soft look. 

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Preen by Thornton Bregazzi

Trend: nail art

The models had phrases such as 'wild fire', 'life force', 'mercy me' and 'dark child' applied onto their nails by Adam Slee at Preen. You can get the letters in the Arial font from Amazon and affix them over a base of , £5.99, followed by a high-gloss top coat. 

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Jeremy Scott

Trend: neon orange 

Bright-orange nails might be a way to say 'Look at me!', but when they're matte and sleek they don't have to be garish. Miss Pop, the head nail technician at Jeremy Scott, used CND colours and stick-ons to create the look, so follow suit, if your nails can cope. The glitter fingers that echo being back in nursery school are entirely optional. 

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Eudon Choi

Trend: bright red

The nails at Eudon Choi were created to embody the collection's theme of "modernist feminine", resulting in a trailblazing red shade - Jessica Nails' , £13.50 - being painted on both the fingers and toes. , £13.50, was then applied on top for a statement finish. 

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Paul Costelloe

Trend: two-tone pastels

"The simplicity of a fresh pastel manicure should not be underestimated for lifting your spirits. Plus, white suits all skin tones and makes nails appear longer," explained Nicola Hammon, from iZ Beauty, the nail brand used by Sophia Stylianou at the Paul Costelloe show. To recreate the look, paint half of your nail a pale green shade and, on the other half, try a matte white

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Sadie Williams

Trend: vampy

At Sadie Williams, the nails matched the dramatic eye make-up worn by the models. Nailberry's , £14.50, was applied for a bold red finish, with , £14.50, used in a cross on two of the fingers as an unexpected detail. 

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Fenty Beauty

Trend: neon

Neon nails also made an appearance on the Fenty catwalk. Models wore bright statement hues in pink, orange, yellow and blue, which were chosen to match or clash with their accessories. 

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Shrimps

Trend: bottle green

As clothing gets lighter and more floaty for spring/summer, try going darker, rather than more pastel, with your nails, as demonstrated at Shrimps. The chosen matte green shade, Nailberry's shade, £14.50, was grungy without being too gothic.

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Roland Mouret

Trend: metallic

While four different shades were used at Roland Mouret to celebrate individuality, the stand-out colour was Christian Louboutin's , £38, an inky metallic shade. 

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Teatum Jones

Trend: new nude

"This look is about a strong, clean yet opaque finish rather than a sheer wash" explained the team behind the nails at Teatum Jones. "Two coats of Christian Louboutin's , £38, create a beautifully chic nude nail. The second coat really strengthens the colour. 

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Peter Pilotto

Trend: matte pink 

A baby pink nail lacquer combined with a matte rather than high shine top coat will ensure your nails looked groomed and fresh without the need for much up-keep. Get a manicure with rounded tips too, to keep the look as natural as possible. 

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Philip Lim

Trend: black

Deep black nails added to the grungy feel of Philip Lim's spring summer 2018 show, but they are surprisingly wearable, especially when used alongside a matte top coat, regardless of your personal style.  

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Maryam Nassir Zadeh

Trend: the blue French

A playful take on a traditional French manicure, at Maryam Nassir Zadeh the nails were kept clean and short, with baby blue varnish applied only on the tips of the fingernails. 

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Anna Sui

Trend: glitter

These are nails that aren't meant to be too serious or too precise. Simply apply your favourite glittery polish, one coat will provide the sheer finish you need, and focus on keeping it near the tip of your nails

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Helmut Lang

Trend: a new take on pink 

Baby pink has long been a safe, traditional colour for your nails but, as Helmut Lang's show demonstrated, adding a "cool girl" edge is as simple as adding nail art. Keep it subtle, such as a single word, so that it becomes a blink and you'll miss it detail. 

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