Essie Runway Nails: Brooks Brothers S/S 2016

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Brooks Brothers by Zac Posen Spring/Summer 2016

Runway inspiration:

Taking inspiration from Brooks Brothers by Zac Posen’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection, Glam squad for essie created a standout nail design that played on the plaids and interesting stitching details found throughout the garments, all while keeping true to brand’s classic resort feel.  Atlantic blue and sandy beige shades were also chosen for manicure colors to complement the designer’s spring palette.

essie nail products used:

Get the look (red and blue plaid):

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  1. Apply first base base coat to clean, filed nails
  2. Next, apply two coats of fifth avenue
  3. Using a striping brush, create two thin, vertical lines with pret-a-surfer on the left side of the nail
  4. To finish the plaid design, take the striping brush and create two thin, horizontal lines with pret-a-surfer near the edge of the nail
  5. Then, apply good to go top coat
  6. Finish with two drops of quick-e quick drying drops on each nail

Get the look (blue):

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  1. Apply first base base coat to clean, filed nails
  2. Next, apply two coats of bikini so teeny
  3. Then, apply good to go top coat
  4. Finish with two drops of quick-e quick drying drops on each nail

Get the look (nude):

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  1. Apply first base base coat to clean, filed nails
  2. Next, apply two coats of sand tropez
  3. Then, apply good to go top coat
  4. Finish with two drops of quick-e quick drying drops on each nail

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As you see… you don’t need long stems for these looks… the simplest designs look great on shorter, manicured nails!

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