How to Achieve an Endless Summer Manicure

Andrew M. Santos

As we transition into colder seasons, it’s safe to predict that fall nail colors will also shift to darker colors. But why not keep a bit of summer alive with a fall nail look that gives a nod to summer with bold flowers and is easy to create at home?

Japonesque
Japonesque

Celebrity nail technician Hang Nguyen, who’s known for setting nail trends, created this whimsical look that’s super simple to recreate at home.

Japonesque
Japonesque

GET THE LOOK:

  1. Apply base coat, two coats of polish and top coat. Let dry.

  2. Dip the pointed end of the Velvet Touch Nail Tool into polish.

  3. Gently dot the color onto the nail.

  4. Clean the nail tool and dip into a new color

  5. Gently dot the color next to the first dot; repeat in a circular pattern to create the flower effect

  6. Let dry and apply another top coat.

The first step in any manicure

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Amazon’s massive summer fashion sale has arrived with discounts of more than 75%

Andrew M. Santos
Attention, fashionistas!
Attention, fashionistas!

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Each and every day, we here at Reviewed track down the very best deals Amazon has to offer. Today, you’re in for an extra special treat, however, as the online mega retailer’s Big Style Sale of Summer has arrived.

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A Prime Day of sorts for fashion lovers, this massive savings event will not only offer deep discounts on pieces from the company’s own in-house labels, but impressive price cuts on a slew of top-rated brands, including Cole Haan, Columbia, J. Crew, Kate Spade, Tommy Hilfiger, Vera Bradley, Reebok, Ray-Ban and many, many more. Special fashion-based Deals of the Day will also be run

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My Summer Shopping Budget Is $250. Here’s Exactly What I’m Buying

Andrew M. Santos

When a large part of your job is essentially shopping online and hunting for the best, trendiest and cutest clothes, jewelry and accessories, it can prove extremely difficult to stick to a budget. As a fashion editor, I frequently find myself adding way more to my digital shopping carts than I could ever actually afford. But this summer I’m committed to setting a shopping budget at $250 and actually sticking to it.

This involves much more planning and thinking honestly about the things I need (versus the things I simply want), but that’s just a part of the fun. Some pieces on this list were easy to settle on—like a new pair of bike shorts—while others were harder to pick, like whittling down which of the 40 summer frocks I’ve been lusting after are worth investing in. I knew I’d also want to throw in some bright statement accessories, but

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