Tuesday October 18 2016.


Truth be told I really do need to make more effort with my nails.  I’ve become super lazy and have been wearing the same colour for a few months.  I know, I know but it’s my current fave and seems to go with everything.  Anyways due to my lack of experimentation I’ve been researching new trends and sharing them with you.


Possibly the most bridal worthy of these Winter nail trends 2016 and actually not that complicated of a nail art trend.  It doesn’t matter where the line goes – horizontal, vertical, one, multiple just play to find your signature style.  Simple and very effective even if you only manage a couple of nails.

winter nail trends 2016 gold lines

Clockwise Left to Right:

Found on Express O

Glitter line nail art tutorial on Honestly WTF

Found via Pinterest 

Found on Ameblo

Recreate the look:

gold glitter varnish

classic nude nail varnishShopping links:

O.P.I. A Mirror Escape

Essie Retro Revival Birthday Suit


White nails, black tips.  J’adore.  It has been doing the rounds since last Winter but when something looks this good it just doesn’t date.  Monochrome will always be in fashion.

winter nail trends white nails black tips

Clockwise Left to Right:

Chanel Fall 2015 Backstage as featured on Vogue

Found on Fenzyme 

Found on Styles Weekly

Rachel Antonoff Fall 2016 as featured on Elle

Recreate the look:

black nail varnish

black nail art penShopping links:

Leighton Denny Maneater

Sally Hansen Nail Art Pen


The final of these Winter nail trends 2016 you’ll want to see is an ombre effect in marvellous metallics.  You all know how much I love mixed metallics.  Admittedly this one seems like it might be a little complicated but totally worth it.  Nails to talk about guaranteed.

ombre metallic nails

Clockwise Left to Right:

Found via Pinterest

Found via Pinterest

Ombre metallic tutorial from Olivia Frescura

Found on In Make Up 

Recreate the look:

hologram nail varnis

rose gold metallic nail varnishShopping links:

Nails Inc Primrose Street

WAH London Steal Me