7.Branded Nail Art
Walking advertising, or innovative art; you look at it whichever way you'd like. But these bold and beautiful finger nails look pretty cool whichever way you swing it!
6. Water Nails
Just like your favorite snow globe, you can have a funky nail design that will change every time you move your hands around. Perfect for flashy trips to Las Vegas, where you might just find yourself mistaken for the entertainment rather than an avid spender; but it's perfect for someone who wants to extend their glitzy and glamorous fashion sense from their clothing to their nail accessories.
5. Fantasy Firework Nails
By Sam Biddle, the Fantasy Firework fingernails are made from fiber optic designs. This is someone who is not just your run of the mill, nail shop around the corner manicurist; she really is a nail artist who would like to transform nails as we know it with her funky and freaky designs. These Fantasy Firework nails may not be suitable for the office, but they certainly can make a unique statement when out at the night clubs, or in a funky fashion show.
4. Talon Nail Rings
You don't need to get nails applied or maintained in order to get the golden talon look. They are sold in pairs so you don't need to have handfuls of golden talons; you can embrace as much or as little of this trend as you so desire. If gold isn't really your thing, they come in a variety of colors to help you make a bold fashion statement.
3. Vanishing Nail Polish
Many schools across North America and the UK have bans on makeup and nail polish, as do many fast food and retail organizations. But, that's not to say that rebellious teenagers may not try anyways at the cost of detention or job loss. With this in mind, some British students created an innovative nail polish that's colorful when outside, and fades to almost invisible when inside. The nail polish responds to the naturally UV light of sunlight, so it will not respond to artificial light sources. This nail polish might not quite accommodate weekend style, since it won't show up during parties or other events where nail polish is allowed, but it's certainly better than the naked nail alternative.
2. Magnetic Nail Art
Designing your own patterned nails at home can be a challenge, especially when it comes to working with your non-dominant hand for artistic purposes. Lancome recently came out with a solution; nail polish which contains magnetic particles so that when a magnet is held over the nail polish after the second coat has been applied, a sparkly patterned effect appears!
1. Garden Themed Nail Designs
Sure, manicurists have been applying floral designs to nails for decades, but to make things a little more interesting for your next date or floral event; take it to the next level and have a fingertip garden. The pink cherry blossom fingernails by Sam Biddle...pretty fun, no?