There is no denying that well-painted nails and feet will give the finishing touch to the look you wear. A well-done manicure or pedicure speaks to how careful you are, the emphasis you put on wearing an impeccable look from head to toe, and your attitude towards grooming.
I personally love it when a designer and a nail polish brand come together to project the same philosophy on the catwalk. This is the case of the collaboration of the African-American designer Tracy Reese, known for her feminine and ornate designs, with the brand of enamels Sally Hansen, in the designer's show during the autumn catwalks in New York.
In his autumn collection, Reese shows, at the same time, a strong urban and rural influence, with a very modern touch. Checks, leather and the use of suede are combined with the softness of the lace, the silks and the draped effects. Natural and rich colors such as green, "bittersweet" brown, smoky blue and pale pink predominate and give the collection a rustic country feel. The enamels Sally Hansen created for the show reflect the importance of these natural tones as well as her urban inspiration.
In addition to being neutral colors that go with practically everything and that will make you look modern and stylish (my favorite is a layer of Wet Clay!), The enamel itself is great because it is very easy to apply due to the thickness of its brush. In addition, as it is already known, the product is part of the Complete Salon Manicure line that guarantees to fulfill 5 functions in one: base, strengthener, treatment for nail growth, color and shine.
The Tracy Reese for Sally Hansen Collection (comprising Evening Fog, Fedora, Wet Clay, Touch of Mink, and Bittersweet) will be available in September at pharmacies and supermarkets nationwide for $ 7.