The color of the sea wave is very fashionable in the summer season of 2015, so the turquoise manicure, photos of which are presented in this article, will also be at the peak of relevance. Along with all shades of mint, blue and blue, it looks stylish, bright and very refreshing.
Why does turquoise manicure look so advantageous on nails in summer? The answer is obvious. Firstly, in the summer the skin tans under the rays of the hot sun, which means that the pens and fingers look darker and have a golden hue, which goes well with bluish tones, sets off them and creates the desired contrast. Tan makes manicure color brighter and juicier. Secondly, the turquoise color itself has a rich texture, it attracts attention even from afar, although it looks gentle and elegant. In summer, you can afford to wear bright shades on your nails, combine them with unusual patterns and ornaments. It is not at all necessary to cover the nail plates with one-color varnish, all the more so since the fashion today advises not to follow common standards, but to stand out from the crowd, demonstrate their individuality and originality, but at the same time observe restraint and taste. Add a turquoise shade to the manicure - a great way for this.
Of course, you can wear such a manicure not only in the summer, but also at any other time of the year. In winter, a manicure with turquoise cold-tone varnish will ideally suit the icy coolness of the snowy season. In autumn, it will dilute the dull weekdays with bright colors, and in pure spring it will set you up for a romantic mood and will remind you of the freshness of nature awakening from the winter hibernation. The right shade will make the turquoise color manicure appropriate in any situation, with any outfit, in any light.
So, what are the trends today in manicure?
Feng Shui Manicure
The name of this fashionable manicure is pretty arbitrary. Among fashionistas, there was a legend that by highlighting certain nails among the rest, you can attract good luck, love, prosperity. Of course, this is a myth, but the manicure lovers liked the idea so much that now it is almost impossible to find a plain coating on the nails. Feng Shui manicure has already become a classic. The peculiarity of its design is that the middle and ring fingers or the ring and little fingers should be painted with a color different from the shade of other nails. They may also have a completely different design.
For example, they can be decorated with rhinestones, sequins, sequins, have a picture or a filled hole.
Nail design depends on the imagination of the master and the wishes of the client. A fashionable turquoise feng shui manicure can combine several shades of color, so that you can simulate the gradient effect.
Another unconditional classic in nail design is French manicure. Every girl wore it at least once in her life. This is an analogue of makeup in the style of nude, or "invisible makeup." That is, a manicure, which supposedly is not, but in fact the nails look well-groomed and elegant. In the classic version, the nail plate is covered with a transparent or light beige varnish (the so-called camouflage), and the tip of the nail is snow-white. Business women like this manicure, because it looks discreet and neat and meets the requirements of a business style.
Today the color jacket has gained immense popularity, so the turquoise hue in this case looks quite appropriate. In this case, the color can be as the entire nail plate, and only its tip. French turquoise manicure (photo below) successfully combines with contrasting white, flesh or pinkish shades.
For manicure in ethnic style, turquoise color is a necessary component. The contour of such patterns is usually drawn in black or white. Therefore, it is necessary that the design contains soft pastel shades, but bright enough so that the colors do not get lost. In addition, turquoise has a natural origin - sky, water, semiprecious stones, which means it fits perfectly into the theme of manicure. Other colors that perfectly “collect” such a manicure: turquoise, beige, pink or orange. Masters recommend drawing ethnic patterns only on some nails, while the rest should be covered with plain varnish.
Nail drawings can be created in several ways: manually, using special brushes and devices, and also using templates. Stamping manicure is very popular today. This imprinting on the nails of drawings with the help of special stamps on which the patterns are applied. The stamp is applied varnish, which is then pressed to the nail, leaving the pattern on the plate. It looks especially beautiful in turquoise colors.
Such a manicure is quite simple. Turquoise color perfectly complement the drawings in white. Also on the nails, you can create a complete picture using sliders or special stickers that completely cover the entire nail. They have an already finished drawing, which you just need to fix with special glue and transparent varnish. It is also not recommended to cover all nails with sliders, it is better to limit yourself to just a few fingers. This manicure looks very original. Turquoise varnish will add brightness and freshness.
Lunar manicure has become a new classic after the French. Although today in one design you can combine both techniques. Lunar manicure is famous for the fact that the lower part of the nail plate is painted with a certain varnish, while the rest of the nail is covered with a different color. At the same time, the most ardent women of fashion prefer a tandem of French manicure and moonlight. That is, varnish both the lunula and the tips of the nails. However, in this case it is important that the nails are of a certain length, otherwise the manicure will not look stylish and harmonious.
French vice versa
In classic French manicure, only the upper surface of the nail is painted over, in the moonlight - lunula. In the design of manicure, the opposite of the French, the lower part of the nail is also painted over. However, the technique is slightly different than in the lunar. Such a manicure looks like a nail was varnished twice: first, completely the same color, then contrasting - only in the center. Thus, a “smile” is obtained, as in the design of French manicure, but it is located on the opposite side.