Don’t leave nails out of the fall frenzy. Brands from Dermaelect
Cosmeceuticals to Essie to OPI are rolling out even more innovations than last year.
New this season is Dermelect Cosmeceuticals ME Front Row
collection featuring four fashion-forward and anti-aging hues
designed for women who want strong, healthy natural nails
without compromising stylish fingertips.
Fit for any fashionista, the shades included
Sophisticate, (a cool cashmere taupe), She-
She (patent teal), Eccentric (lavender grey fu-
sion) and Ferosh (rich luxe red). Formulated
with pure protein peptide, ProSina, the ME
colors combine fast drying, high shine and
a healthy “green” dose of vitamins, peptides
and moisture, offering a colorful solution to
aging nails and hands, claimed the company.
This fall, mélange is mixed with texture,
seen in three new Liquid Sand nail lacquers
in earthy hues of taupe, blue and gray. Liquid
Sand lacquers dry to a textured, matte finish,
infused with reflective sparkle.
“To me, the women of San Francisco and
the city itself really epitomize today’s multifaceted beauty consumer,” explained Suzi
Weiss-Fischmann, OPI executive vice president and artistic director. “San Francisco offers a European flair with distinct West Coast
attributes. These elements inspired a collection of urban chic nail lacquer shades, thanks
to the sophisticated combination of high
fashion and eclectic street style.
This fall, Deborah Lippmann introduces
Jewel Heist, a limited edition collection of
shimmer, crème and mega holographic glitter
that is new to her current glitter range. This
newest glitter finish gives a never-before-seen, high-impact reflection of a full spectrum of colors, according to the company.
The Fall 2013 Collection consists of
jewel tones in luxurious hues of gold, emerald and sapphire: Fake It Til You Make It, a
glimmering gilded gold; Glitter And Be Gay,
a candescent canary yellow; Laughin’ To The Bank, an emerald
green glow; Shake Your Money Maker, a resplendent radiant emerald; Rolling In The Deep, a mysterious midnight blue and Va
Va Voom, a scintillating sparkling sapphire. The brand also rolled
out the Punk Rock Collection, inspired by the trends at New York
Fashion Week.“Texture is a big trend for Fall,” said Lippmann.
According to Katia Beauchamp, co-founder and