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TREND #1: Mixing Texture and Dimension
“I think mixing texture and dimension is important. If going with a chunky metallic on toes, go with a rich deep ‘creamy’ color (as in no shimmer) on finger – and vice versa. If wearing a full-coverage nude on toes, then pair with a rich deep shimmer shade with dimension to the fingers.”
L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Nail shades to try: Sparklicious on toes paired with Haute Couture Red on fingers. Sparkalicious is part of the L’Oréal Paris Diamonds collection, which will be available at select drugstores beginning in November 2012
TREND #2: Antique Metallic and Full-Coverage Nudes on Toes
“I love antique metallics and full-coverage nudes on toes, so there’s no competition with all the great shoe colors for fall. Keep color on the fingers to play off lips and eyes.”
L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Nail shades to try: Charmed I’m Sure & Because You’re Worth It (Antique Metallics) or Walk on the Beach & Mauvelous (Full Coverage Nudes).
TREND #3: Classic Looks in Deep Rich Tones like Burgundy & Eggplant
L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Nail shades to try: Haute Couture Red (Burgundy) and Breaking Curfew (Eggplant)
TREND #4: Sheer Shimmery Lace
“Sheer shimmery lace is a big fall trend. A great look I’ve started to do as summer wraps up is to use a single coat of a shimmery metallic on nails, so the color stays sheer but sparkly. It’s a great modern take on nudes that stays sophisticate and chic.”
L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Nail shades to try: The Temptress’ Touch, which is part of the L’Oréal Paris and Project Runway “Electric Fantasie” collection, available at select drugstores beginning in September 2012.
L’Oréal Paris Colour Riche Nail shade suggestions are available at drugstores nationwide for $6 each.