Runway Inspiration: Spring 2014 Nail Trends

From “floating nail art” to holographic pints, the spring runways were chock-full of amazing beauty inspiration to take your DIY nail art to an entirely new level.

Lela Rose

Lela Rose

Nail artist Katie Hughes for Butter London first applied two coats of Lady Muck ($15), followed by Matte Finish Shine Free Topcoat ($19).

ICB by Prabal Gurung

Hughes layered Butter London’s Leccy, a sheer, blue-opal-flecked top coat over the brand’s Nail Foundation ($19). She topped the space-age look off by adding holographic foil down the center of six nails and complete the look by painting a glitter tip to three accent nails.

Betsey Johnson
Betsey Johnson

Danielle Candido used a silver-hued Morgan Taylor polish with a pink glitter gradient.

Marc Jacobs
marc jacobs

Marian Newman applied Marc Jacobs’s own Bark! Nail Polish (to be released in the summer), dotted delicate Swarovski crystals along the top of the nail and then sealed with another coat of color.



Hughes of Butter London created the “floating nail art” look at Milly by painting on a white moon on top of a bare nail.

The Blonds
The Blonds

Nails by Creative Nail Design (CND)

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