by Sarah Ferguson
It's difficult to remember a time when a classic French manicure was considered nail art and bright green, blue and orange polish hues were reserved for kids. While the opposite has become true in recent seasons, with the current rise in popularity of neutral hues and the reports that nail polish sales are losing steam, it's clear that some are beginning to feel nostalgic for the simpler days.
This seems to be the case in the Lucky offices, at least. Last month, we debated whether nail art has finally reached its saturation point, and the general consensus was that, yes, the trend is getting tired.
But personally? I'm not over it just yet. Though I've never been super into the out-of-this-world 3D creations, I'm not quite ready to give up my punchy colors, glitter accent nails and my occasional themed designs. For some reassurance, I sought out the opinion of Deborah Lippmann, founder and creative director of the eponymous beauty line. Here's what she had to sayRead More »from Nail Art Isn't Dead—Deborah Lippmann Told Us So