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Try the Candy Nail-Art Trend Before Summer Ends

The only thing sweeter than a fresh new manicure is a new manicure adorned in candy designs. As seen most recently on the immaculately manicured hands of Megan Thee Stallion, candy nail art is proving to be one of this summer’s hottest beauty trends.

These “snackable” designs have taken on many different forms. Megan Thee Stallion prefers to rock the look with 3D decals and embellishments, while nail enthusiasts all over TikTok and Instagram are making hand-painted designs a part of the trend. Gummy bears, candy hearts, and swirly lollipops make for mouthwatering creations you just want to bite into

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Let these TikTok nail art trends to inspire your summer manicure

Like scrunchies, graphic liner and face-framing hair streaks, over the past few years, it’s safe to say nail art has blown up on social media.

Statement nails are all over our feeds right now, especially on TikTok where artists can show us exactly how they create their mind-blowing creations, step by meticulous step.

From rhinestones and pearls to glitter and ombre, there’s seemingly no end to the DIY options that are out there; gone are the days of a simple slick of polish.

With nail designs tempting us to book in for a summer manicure ASAP, here are some of

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Bask in it: why raffia works with everything in the summer | Fashion

I am holding a raffia bag, but to be honest, it could be a straw hat, or a woven picnic basket, or basket-weave sandals. Raffia is fashion’s favourite way to do this look, being softer and more supple than straw and therefore easier to craft into wearables, but it’s the basket vibe that counts.

This summer you can buy a seagrass lampshade in Ikea for £13 or Miu Miu raffia mules with crystal-studded soles for £460. You can style your interiors with jute rugs and bamboo placemats, and match your woven hoop earrings to your raffia belt. Raffia is

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The Tropical Nail Art Trend You Need To Try Before Summer Ends

How does summer always come and go so fast? Every year, when August 1 hits, it’s likely that so does the realization that you’ve hardly done anything on your summer bucket list. Beach trips have been few and far between, books have gone unread, and that garden you swore you’d get to this year is still just a sad mound of dirt. Thanks to summer-inspired beauty trends, however, you can still soak up what’s left of the season (and feel cute as heck while doing it). Nail designs, in particular, are the perfect way to embrace your summer mood —

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Roswell Arts Fund inaugurates summer jazz festival

In addition to making sure residents have access to good music nearby, Hitch said there’s a significant argument for arts as an economic driver. According to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, arts and culture-related employment and events contribute around 4{ccba7a2b95b607a22ddf747fd2dfd32aff224073631da9265f095c812cbfd265} to the state’s GDP. The RAF would like to keep that number trending up. The festival kicks off in a space tagged for redevelopment into a mixed-used complex. When complete, the development will include a dedicated arts performance space. This partnership with local businesses and developers echoes the group’s commitment to growing the city’s economy through arts and culture.

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The latest trend in jewelry is summer camp chic

Welcome to Noticed, The Goods’ design trend column. You know that thing you’ve been seeing all over the place? Allow us to explain it.

What is it: Custom bead accessories, the famed relics of summer camp, have been resurrected to remind us that multicolored, far-out necklaces and bracelets can still make us feel cool in a post-pandemic summer. Handmade DIY bead jewelry is back, providing a source of artistic and fashion expression with glossy-coated oblong shapes. While modern pieces are still campy, they have been rebranded as maximalist statements for those looking to accessorize while reminiscing their childhood.

Where

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