Nail Art is in High Fashion

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Nail art looks appeared at the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Fashion Show in West Hollywood on Tuesday. Each designer worked closely with Kimmie Kyees, who created these looks using Red Carpet Manicure gel-polish and nail lacquer based on the designer’s vision. Five different nail art looks walked in the Edie Parker show. Edie Parker, creative director Brett Heyman, chose three different nail art looks.


Ying Yang features Red Carpet Manicure’s Black Stretch Limo gel-polish and new Power of the Gem Pearl gel-polish.



On Cloud Nine nail lacquer and large drops of One of a Kind were swirled together while wet using a striper brush to make the perfectly swirled design.


CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Fashion Show Backstage Beauty By Maybelline New York, Aveda, And Red Carpet Manicure

Models for Paul Andre donned Black Stretch Limo topped with a coat of White Hot gel-polish and finished with Mattify top coat.


Model wearing Make Me Blush for Ryan Roche at CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Fashion Show.

Black was the most common color at this year’s shows. Wes Gordon, Tanya Taylor, and Eva Fehren all opted for Black Stretch Limo, perfect any black tie event. A reverse French in Black Stretch Limo lacquer dipped in gold glitter was also shown. Other colors at the event included Entourage (worn at Gigi Burris Millinery), Almost Famous (worn at Simon Miller), Candid Moments (worn at Orley), Espresso Yourself (worn at Grey Ant), and Make Me Blush (worn at Ryan Roche).

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One Response to Nail Art is in High Fashion

  1. nyota vargas says:

    Is there a place where the nail looks can be seen? They didn’t come out really good here.

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