8 Fall Nails Art Trend 2019 Which Are Speading All Over The New York

Priyansh Ha |Feb 21, 2019

Even when spring has just arrived, it’s never been too early to wear these cool nails designs for now.


Coming to an end, New York Fashion Week 2019 has revealed the new collection of nail trends for this fall. Even when spring has just arrived, it’s never been too early to wear these cool designs for now. Among several patterns which have spread all over the NYFW runaways, below are eight coolest looks which are potential of leading the nail trend this fall.


1. Pearl Embellishments

The embellished pearls match perfectly with a metallic polish. Being introduced in Adeam show, the pearl embellishment trend this year is way far from preppy.


2. Diamanté Designs

A thin line of silver sparkle or crystals on plain black polish makes it looks like celestial. It's not only imitating a half-moon but an eclipse. 


3. Metallic Motifs

Introduced at Chromat, this marbleized design conjures heat maps. The metallic finish makes it completely iridescent and alluring.


4. Negative Space

Chipped nail polish becomes easier to be recognised when it is paired with darker hues of fall. Prabal Gurung has offered genius advice to optimise the negative space to have intentional chipped polish.


5. Evil Eyes

The accent nail trend is back at Nicole Miller’s NYFW runaway. It seems to be the most natural nail art trend to apply with the iconic evil-eye on clear polish.


6. Neon Colors

Neon never dies. It even extends to a new level at Philipp Plein’s show in the shape of a flame, matches perfectly with yellow hair and black-and-yellow sweater. If you're not talented at drawing, try to use your creativity with another pattern with the same shade. 


7. Floral Patterns

How about stepping into fall with spring floral patterns, which appeared at Tadashi Shoji's run away? With vibrant flowers on the pale base colour, the design looks less springy and more autumnal.


8. Typography

This cool newsprint design appeared in Jeremy Scott’s show with black-and-white block letters. It’s impossible to do it yourself, especially with your non-dominant hand. If you fancy this unique pattern, make an appointment with your nail salon right now.


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