Feeling blue?

The LFW trend for nails was blue

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By Amy Lawrenson

While nail art didn't have a huge presence on the catwalks at London fashion week, there was one nail shade that stole the show(s), blue.

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It came in varying hues from royal blue to dark teal, and there was even a blue houndstooth check courtesy of nail guru Sophy Robson; she used custom-blended Leighton Denny polishes backstage at House of Holland.

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Get the look using two varying shades of blue polish. The first, lighter blue shade, should be applied over the whole nail; then the second blue should be a darker Konad polish used with the Konad kit and plate M63 to give you the houndstooth effect. Konad.co.uk

At Holly Fulton session manicurist Michelle Class headed up a Mavala team who custom-blended a light teal shade for the show (pictured top). And over at Antonio Beradi, Jenny Longworth and the Revlon team painted nails using the new Fashionista nail enamel, £6.49 (available at Boots.com), a dark teal hue (pictured below).

Instead of teal, models were given a bright royal blue nail at Erdem by the NailGirls team using Blue #12 which is due out August (pictured below). You could try NailGirls #2 Vivid Mediterranean or you can achieve a similar look by using American Apparel Nail Lacquer in Neon Blue, £9. Americanapparel.co.uk

Not sure this trend works for spring? Well nail brand Nubar thinks it does and has just launched The Denim Collection including three blue shades - Dark Wash Jeans, Faded Denim and Boyfriend Jeans. £8.49 each or £20.25 for three at Beauty Shed.

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