The festive season is already a long, distant memory but that doesn’t mean the shine and sparkle has to end too. In fact, metallics and high shine fashion and beauty are in vogue for spring 2016.
From panels on your trainers and glittery sliders to irridescent tote bags, metallic jackets and high shine brogues – fashion has a sparkle.
Above: White City Plimsoles, £99 from CoCo Rose London, £99. Tamaris Brogues, £44.99 from www.tamaris.eu and Topshop Barrel Metallic Luggage, £55.
It doesn’t stop there either since beauty is profiling the use of glitter along the hairline for a playful going-out look, glittery shadows across your lids and liner and a touch of two-tone shimmer in your lipstick.
Of course, nails go all futuristic too and my latest gel manicure captures the look perfectly. With a subtle sparkle, this mink-meets-metallic hue is ideal for everyday wear and offers grown up glamour.
Midnight / inky / deep / goth-glam-punk blue – call it what you want but one thing is for sure, it ‘s a colour that is at the top of the fashion and beauty pile when it comes to shades to be seen in.
Gracing the front cover of the latest Glamour magazine (December 2015), on the talons of Tanya Burr and as seen everywhere from on celebrities to the High Street, this deep shade of blue is hot.
It would be rude not to opt for the same blue on my own talons for my latest Powder mani then wouldn’t it?
The team used ‘Up All Night’ Gelaze finish and I can’t get enough. It goes with everything and makes me feel glamorous even if I have been Up All Night (but sadly not drinking cocktails, but instead due to my toddler)!
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Fashion Blogger, Chiara Ferragni looks fabulous in this bejeweled embellishment tunic dress and slouchy boots while Karlie Kloss takes the shade casual with a classic denim, jumper, coat and matching accessories combination.