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, London's chicest nail salon. Nail art has softened and become more stripped back so it is not associated any more to over decorated, full-on design seen over long, 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 art taking a turn for the better our Beauty Director, Alessandra Steinherr has teamed up with Dryby to create eight wearable looks.
“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 available for - Prices from £58-£88.