Something Blue: This Fall's Must-Have Polish Hue

Gone are the days of our youth when blue nails were paired with pigtails. Today, the bold shade is making a sophisticated comeback, flooding the Spring 2014 runways (see: Badgley Mischka, Lela Rose, and Tracy Reese), and garnering quite the celebrity following.

Glitter, Be Gone: 5 Easy Steps to Remove Sparkly Nail Polish

Thanks to Rihanna, this has been the year to make everything shine bright like a diamond – including your polish. I’ve never hesitated to add a little sparkle to my tips, but taking off that pesky glitter-infused lacquer can be quite a challenge. Follow the steps below to ensure smooth removal.

NYFW Nails: Bare Is the New Black

All through Fashion Week, designers sent neutrals down the runway – and not just on clothes. Nails were opting out of color, too. Take a peek and see which looks were most popular.

High-Fashion Polish: Colorblocked Nails Straight from NYFW

Fashion Week is all about details, from the brilliance behind the hair and makeup trends to every seam and stitch on the runway. And one thing that should most definitely not be overlooked? Those to-die-for manicures that have stolen the spotlight. So take note of these tips. They’re straight from celebrity manicurist Lisa Logan, whose client […]

Nail Care 101: How to Properly File Your Nails

Put down the brush and step away from that bottle of polish. Before you go about painting your nails, you need to file them – and yes, there is a right and wrong way. Take a look at the tips below on how to prep, shape, and file properly. After that, you have full permission […]

The Nail Files: 10 Unconventional Ways To Use Polish

Sure, nail polish does wonders for our tips. But this beauty accessory can offer much more than sparkly nails – just check out the list below.

Nail It: Find the Best Polish Colors For Your Skin Tone

Fact: Picking a polish is no easy feat. One that looks great in the bottle or on a friend might not work with your skin. But how do you figure that out before committing to a color? First, determine what undertones your skin has. To do this, simply glance at the veins on your wrist: […]

Mani Monday: 4 Things Your Nails Say About Your Health

Looking at your nails can indicate a lot about your health. When they’re a different shade than normal, your body may be telling you something’s up. Take a look at the guide below, wipe off that polish, and do a quick a nail check. Your tips will thank you.

Mani Monday: The Lowdown on Gel Manicures

When gel manicures became the new beauty craze, I thought my days of chipped nails were (finally) over. But then I heard some sour news – my beloved gel manicures could be hazardous to my health. So I decided to do some digging. Here’s what I discovered: The Pros This trendy manicure keeps nails glossy […]

Mani Monday: Cutting vs. Pushing Back Cuticles

When I get a manicure, I tend to zone out and let the nail artist work her magic. However, come cuticle-clipping time, I always snap back into focus. Friends tell me that getting your cuticles cut is a no-no, so I decided it’s finally time to do some digging and find out whether cuticle cutting […]

Mani Monday: Pedicure Polishes to Avoid (and Flaunt)

Let’s face it – toes are weird. And putting a bad polish color on them is, well, just a recipe for disaster. So this summer, before slipping on your favorite sandals, get to know which hues are pedicure-approved and which shades to skip. Skip Them French Yes, a French manicure is classic, but on your […]

Mani Monday: The Modernist Manicure

Forget a single hue. Victoria Shen, graduate of Boston’s School of the Museum of Fine Arts and creator of the Modernist Manicure pop-up nail salon, is all about replicating popular 20th-century paintings onto nails. Rothko. Mondrian. Pollock. You name it, Shen does it. And (drumroll) she does it for free. Too good to be true? […]

Mani Monday: Job Interview–Appropriate Polish

If you really want to nail a job interview, it’s important to be sure your tips are in top shape. So before extending your hand for a firm handshake, take note of what constitutes an office-appropriate manicure below. Stay neutral. Say no to wild patterns and neon hues. You want the interviewer to take notice […]

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