Miss Taryn Multack , The Great Nail Artist

Taryn’s resume highlights experiences with fashion superstars, such as Oscar de la Renta, W Magazine and Macy’s.
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MANICURE MUSE: Mulberry Fall 』13

When I think of Mulberry, cartoon pears on graphic tees and neapolitan flavored dresses immediately come to mind, so it came as a bit of a surprise to see what Emma Hill had up her sleeve for Fall 』13. Sure, there was the (absolutely necessary) checker-clad poodle who trotted down the runway, but the collection as a whole was was a little more grown-up than the Mulberry brand I like. It was dark and moody, with an injection of muddied pale pink. Check and plaid was literally on just about every garment, but I didn’t hate it. In fact, my favorite look from the show was this sequined shift dress that melted into plaid styled over cropped trousers.

To emulate this look, I used Jacqueline by Zoya, Mercury Miasma by Topshop, and Sitting Pretty by Ginger+Liz.

To get these Ladyfingers:

1. Start with a full ivory nail

MANICURE MUSE: Mulberry Fall '13 1

2. Paint the lower half of your nail with metallic blue

MANICURE MUSE: Mulberry Fall '13 2


3. Using a nail art brush, paint short vertical pale pink lines in the center of the metallic portion of your nail

MANICURE MUSE: Mulberry Fall '13 3


4. Repeat with horizontal lines

MANICURE MUSE: Mulberry Fall '13 4


5. Using a dotter tool or tooth pick, make metallic blue dots going upwards on your nail

MANICURE MUSE: Mulberry Fall '13 5


6. [OPTIONAL] Using a black nail art pen, draw thin lines along one side of the pink lines to create dimension

7. Top it off with top coat!


(Runway photo: style.com, Nail art photos: Taryn Multack for Miss Ladyfinger)