Beauty salons begin to publish more sober but very sophisticated inspirations for the new season on their social networks. Halftime calls for subtle and neutral enamels, with classic techniques such as French or matte finishes. However, with the rise of nail art and the expansion of specialized centers, the options are endless.
Among the multitude of inspirational images that invade Instagram and Tik Tok, there are three clear trends in the effects that will be most in demand in this return to work. September will be the month of the glazed effect, the French manicure reinvented and of course the most delicate nail art.
The classic French manicure, in pink or transparent tones, has been influenced by fashion trends such as Mermaidcore. Glitter, on some nails or all, is subtly included in this type of technique to modernize them and give them a different touch.
The delicate drawings of flowers, geometric lines and dots are a guaranteed success as an intermediate step between the most striking tones used in summer manicures to winter basics, such as black or nude. Thus, the Beauty Nail Concept center proposes a sober but lively manicure including small daisies on a nude base.
It is one of the most popular effects on Instagram and in September it promises to become a booming trend. The glazed effect that Hailey Bieber popularized becomes a timeless manicure perfect for those who seek minimalism. Salons like Siberia in Madrid do it in Russian manicure and with a unique shine that rejuvenates the hands.