Spotted in the Nail World: Oil-Slick Polishes

Spotted in the Nail World: Oil-Slick Polishes(Source: MAC, Charlotte Tilbury/Instagram)There's a new nail trend that's sliding right onto the tips of nail fanatics everywhere. The iridescent oil-slick look first popped up back in February at New York Fashion Week Fall 2014. Makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury, who took over SB's Instagram for a day, snapped a close-up of the multi-tonal look created by Pattie Yankee for Cushnie et Ochs. From then on we were hooked.
 

And now we've run across multiple polishes to help us achieve just that look. From hints of gold and green to purple and silver, these lacquers give your tips the lustrous effect.

MAC Nail Transformers Top Coat in Green Pearl, $12, at Macy's
Spotted in the Nail World: Oil-Slick Polishes(Source: MAC)MAC teamed up with nail pro Marian Newman to create this luminescent collection. This pearlized top coat will give a opalescent shimmer to any gold, green or purple.

Ciaté Duochrome Paint Pot, $15, at Neiman Marcus
Spotted in the Nail World: Oil-Slick Polishes(Source: Ciate)This oily color has more of a rose gold undertone for a warm, multi-tonal look that reflects in the light.

Tenoverten Wall St., $18, at tenoverten.com
Spotted in the Nail World: Oil-Slick Polishes(Source: Tenoverten)For a more feminine, softer touch, Tenoverten's Wall St. serves up a prismatic lavender that twinkles blue in the light.

So the next time you're looking for a pearly alternative, why not get slick?
Associate Editor at StyleBistro. Lover of mascara, running, Bob Dylan and chocolate. Follow me on Twitter and Instagram: @CaitlinSMiller Follow me: Google
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