Fall Nail Colors 2012 by Sonia Kashuk
Introduction to the Sonia Kashuk Fall Nail Color style trend
Sonia Kashuk, the entrepreneur, the make up artist and the beauty columnist is an institution in herself. Her Beauty Brand is much in vogue as she is a pioneer in promoting the luxury brands to the mass. We are here to discuss her Fall Nail Color 2012 collection range. And that should bring out on you the sassiest and the sexiest Fall look. We are ready to display the trendsetters in Nail Colors. These are surely not only the style trends you can come across on the ramps but also the nail accessories that are to be worn by ladies all over the world, as per Sonia’s recommendations.
What works this Fall in Nail Colors
It’s time to bid a hearty farewell to glitters, although metallics can stay because such nail shades add a wonderful finish to that pearlescent jewelry or metal color dress. This Fall you can also just stick to a stark red or a deep green or blue or even a violet shade which is thick and dense.
How to prepare for a Sonia Kashuk Fall Nail Color style trend
Do something. If you are not too sure about the dark shades first, you can try them out on your toes and get used to wearing them. If it feels good on your toes, you can plan a trip to the manicure salon and have an expert painter paint them for a richer and perfect look and feel. A vampy dark red color would surely add that special oomph factor to any skin color. How about a denim blue polish or for that matter, a mustard orange nude? It should give you the luscious and vintage flare to the early seventies look.
However, dark nail shades are best used to enhance a nail and not to cover up a glitch in a prep job. The nails can be scrubbed, shaped, moisturized and wiped to have the nail color done. The Fall Nail Colors 2012 by Sonia Kashuk look best after a nail manicure job.
The oh-so-fashionable Fall shades from Kashuk, deep emerald or mossy green build up that attitude in you. With that chill in the air and the coming on of Fall, there you are, with the season’s dreamy dark hues, for that steal-the-spotlight look, any day now.