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Trendy Fall Nail Art by LE Educator Taryn VanAlfen | A Walk in Central Park by Light Elegance

Trendy Fall Nail Art by LE Educator Taryn VanAlfen | A Walk in Central Park by Light Elegance

Talented Nail Professional, Artist and passionate LE Educator, Taryn VanAlfen (@taryns.nails), shares several trendy step-by-step designs featuring the NEW Walk in Central Park Fall 2022 ButterCream Collection!

Whether you live deep within New York City or in a small town far away, life is complicated enough, which is why A Walk in Central Park’s complementary palette was carefully crafted to make creating stunning Fall looks easy.

 


What is fall without plaid? We're kicking off these fall looks with a trendy plaid pattern that your clients won't be able to resist!

Taryn shares this beautiful blue plaid using shades from the new Walk in Central Park ButterCream collection that compliment one another perfectly.

  • Bundle Up Blue: Is it black or is it blue? This is a deep, dark navy blue that almost looks black with incredible depth thanks to the blue undertones. This creamy blue is dark and dramatic. Coverage: Opaque, Effect: Flat/Cream

  • Manhattan Mauve: A muddled pink mauve neutral.  This creamy mauve is not subtle—it is a stand-out rosy-brown that will be a stylish staple with your clients. Coverage: Opaque, Effect: Flat/Cream

Learn step-by-step how to create this beautiful Bundle Up Blue Plaid look below!

Bundle Up Blue Plaid Nail Art
Get the Look:

1. Dilute Bundle Up Blue ButterCream with some Crystal Clear JimmyGel and paint two thick vertical lines onto a white nail

2. Next, paint two horizontal lines creating a plaid look and cure

3. Dilute Manhattan Mauve ButterCream and with that, paint a thin line in the middle of each blue line

4. After curing, using Bundle Up Blue (not diluted) paint thin lines creating a plus sign in the middle of the nail

5. Finish with Flat Matte or Super Shiny Top Coat

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Next, we are warming things up with an easy fall ombre that's sprinkled with shimmer and a touch of glitter!

This next look includes all three of the fabulous new shimmers from the Walk in Central Park ButterCream Collection!

  • A Jog with My Dog: A rusty-red, fiery-gold shimmer!  This brown-meets-red is sophisticated with its beautiful gold shimmer throughout, both playful and professional. Coverage: Opaque, Effect: Shimmer

  • Mad About Plaid: A perfect fall raspberry! This red raspberry is laced with a subtle pink shimmer throughout. The combination of color and shimmer make for a rich, dramatic Fall red that is sure to complement your style.

    Coverage: Opaque, Effect: Shimmer

  • Rendezvous with You: This rich plum is mixed with tiny pieces of fuchsia sparkles.  The sparkles add a touch of brightness to this dark and luscious color making it wearable with a wide variety of looks. Coverage: Opaque, Effect: Shimmer


Get the Look: 

1. Blend together horizontally A Jog with My Dog, Mad About Plaid and Rendezvous with You ButterCreams and cure

2. Add What's Your Alibi? Glitter Gel from the LE WhoDunit? collection diagonally across the nail

3. Add or paint leaves on each side of the glitter

4. Finish with Super Shiny Top Coat

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For those clients who like to go the non-traditional route when it comes to seasonal nail art, try these fun fall looks featuring all-new bold, rich creams!

  • Central Park Stroll: A muddled teal with a creamy grey undertone.  Central Park Stroll is not too green, not too blue, but instead the perfect teal neutral—sophisticated and sexy. Coverage: Opaque, Effect: Flat/Cream

  • Manhattan Mauve: A muddled pink mauve neutral.  This creamy mauve is not subtle—it is a stand-out rosy-brown that will be a stylish staple with your clients. Coverage: Opaque, Effect: Flat/Cream


Get the Look: 

1. On top of a white nail, paint 2 curvy diagonal lines on the nail

2. Add Rendezvous With You ButterCream along each of the painted lines

3. Do the same with Central Park Stroll ButterCream

4. Add black spots all over the white parts of the nail

5. With a light hand, paint a very thin line of Gold Metallic ButterCream in between two of the already painted lines

6. Top coat with Flat Matte or Super Shiny

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Get the Look:

1. On top of a white nail, paint a curvy diagonal line on the nail from one side to the other in Manhattan Mauve ButterCream. Fill in one side of the line with that same color

2. Paint a line of Rendezvous With You in between Manhattan Mauve and Just White ButterCream

3. Follow that same line with Central Park Stroll ButterCream

4. On the white part of the nail, paint some zebra stripes with Black Tie ButterCream

5. In between each of the colored lines, paint very thin lines using Gold Metallic ButterCream

6. Top coat with Flat Matte or Super Shiny 

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Discover more fun, fall looks from Taryn below!
Connect with Taryn and find more nail art inspiration on social! 
@taryns.nails

LE ButterCream combine gorgeous coverage, thin application and the ability to create detailed line artwork all in one 5 ml jar.

✅  4+ Week Wear

✅  Beautiful and easy application for faster services

✅  Apply ButterCream over JimmyGel, Lexy Line Hard Gel or Acrylic

✅  Thin application makes color removal fast and easy using a hand or eFile for effortless fills

✅  Apply ButterCream to a fully structured nail

✅  Comprehensive color selection containing everything from classic nudes and neutrals to trendy, neon colors perfect to match your client

Shop the all-new Fall 2022 Walk in Central Park ButterCream Collection now and get your salon, fall-ready! 
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