“Minimalistic nail art has become a thing and is the go-to accessory for modern-day IT Girls and designers. “The context of nail art has changed,” says co-founder Krizstina Van der Boom of Dryby. Nail artwork has softened and grow to be extra stripped again so it’s not related to any extent further to over embellished, full-on design noticed over lengthy, thick, acrylic extensions.
“The most elegant of application involves freehand drawing with a stripping tool. You can write freehand on the nail and create shadows with different colours and finishes,” advises Krizstina.
With nail artwork taking a flip for the simpler our Beauty Director, Alessandra Steinherr has teamed up with London’s chicest nail salon, Dryby to create 8 wearable appears to be like.
“The range is for people who don’t like nail art. I’m someone who traditionally doesn’t love nail art, I like mono coloured nails and then I started having little things done and fell in love. I wanted to design a collection for people who want a little something but aren’t into massive nail art statements,” says Alex.
AlexSteinherr for DryBy is to be had for appointments – Prices from £58-£88.