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Made­line Poole (@mp­nails), Sally Hansen’s global colour am­bas­sador and an all-around cool chick, gave us the in­side scoop on the season’s best mani trends.

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Sally Hansen’s global colour am­bas­sador gives the in­side scoop on the season’s ason’s best mani trends.

1 NEGA­TIVE SPACE A sim­ple black-and-white pat­tern on a clear tip “can have tons of visual im­pact in a small area,” Made­line says. To cre­ate this easy de­sign, Made­line used Sally Hansen Com­plete Sa­lon Man­i­cure in Hooked on Onyx and Mir­a­cle Gel in Get Mod. All shades are avail­able in drug­stores. 2 BELTED To spice up the look of a sheer nail, Made­line uses what she calls “nail belt.” The base is a sheer colour, like Sally Hansen Com­plete Sa­lon Man­i­cure in Shell We Dance, with “a row of crys­tals or studs that go hor­i­zon­tally across the cen­tre of the nail, like a belt or a bracelet,” Made­line says. 3&5 NEW NUDES If you’re not one for de­signs, try solid mush­room colours, like Sally Hansen Mir­a­cle Gel in Totem-ly Yours (on pointer fin­ger), Made­line says. “This is one of those mir­a­cle shades that looks great on ev­ery­one.” Or for a cool, earthy touch, try Sally Hansen In­sta- Dri in Thyme Is Money.

2 1 3 4 4 LA­BEL MA­NIA Made­line is not known for be­ing un­der­stated. “Right now, I’m lov­ing allover prints from clas­sic de­sign­ers,” she says–in­clud­ing the sig­na­ture Fendi logo, shown here. Made­line uses lighter and darker brown shades (like Sally Hansen In­sta- Dri in Taupe to Go and Slick Slate) to re-cre­ate the linked f’s. 5 PICK A TIP Try your fave look on all 10 nails or as an ac­cent on just a few.

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