Posts tagged with ‘Taryn Multack’
MANICURE MUSE: 7 for All Mankind
The plaid pants you’ll want to wear all season long, plus the super easy Ladyfingers to go with them… today on Miss Ladyfinger.
Well, we survived New York Fashion Week! Take a look at Part 1 of my photo diary and stay tuned on how to get the nail looks yourself.
MANICURE MUSE: 7 For All Mankind
How to style Holiday printed denim and how to get the Ladyfingers to match… up now on MLF
Miss Ladyfinger has hit newsstands!
Check out the two-page feature in the May issue of Flare Magazine…
Miss Ladyfinger teamed up with Ginger+Liz and Valley Nails in Soho, New York to show you how one Gucci SP’12 look can be interpreted by a pro or at home!
You may have noticed that here at Birchbox, we have a deep, abiding love for all things nails. Which is why nail artist extraordinaire Taryn Multack, a.k.a Miss Ladyfinger, is a great fit as this week’s guest blogger. Multack, who’s spent time working at fashion staples like Oscar de la Renta and W Magazine, uses trends and looks straight from the runway to create gorgeous, imaginative designs for her digits. The most impressive part? She does all of her art while keeping a day job in the fashion world. This week, she teaches us how to make our nails just as fabulous as hers.
Prada’s killer bold stripey collection from last spring reminded us that stripes never look boring, and never go out of style. Stripes are a foolproof way to ease into nail art. You can change the scale, change the color, change direction — so the options are endless. If you’ve had one too many coffees or you just can’t draw a straight line, there’s an easy answer: tape.
For this intermediate tutorial, I was inspired by Rodarte’s spring 2012 collection. Rodarte is, absolutely, one of my favorite labels. The Mulleavy sisters always design a breathtakingly poetic collection (I’m still not over the hair and makeup from the fall collection, btw). This spring, they were inspired by Van Gogh, and while most of the collection consisted of painted party dresses, there were a couple of quirky striped sweaters in the mix, too. To recreate one of those styles, I used Scotch tape, Papaya Punch by China Glaze, Lapiz of Luxury by Essie, and True Blue Instant Artist by Orly.
Click through for a step-by-step tutorial on how to do this yourself.