Rosie Fortescue goes chic and sleek with black, negative moon mani!

Published Wednesday, Jan 13 2016, 21:30 GMT  |  By  |  Add comment
Rosie Fortescue nailed yet another hot mani trend this week, when she went for long, shiny black nails with negative space half-moons.

The Made In Chelsea star is absolutely unstoppable in the nail department right now – ombré... multi-coloured polka dots... you name it, she's rocked it!

Although we suppose that all comes with the job description when you have your very own collection of nail colours to show off, right?

Rosie Fortescue rocks a black, negative moons manicure, wearing Nailed London Polish in Killer Heels, 13 January 2016

© Instagram / @rosiefortescue

Nice moons, Rosie! The MIC star rocks the negative space trend, 13 January 2016

Rosie hit Instagram on Wednesday (13 January) to show off her freshly painted points, after treating herself to both a mani AND pedi at swanky Knightsbridge salon, Paul Edmonds – booked through London beauty concierge app, Ruuby.

"Black nails with negative moons," the reality star posted.

And if you take a minute to avert your eyes from her fabulous finger furniture, we know you'll love her manicure as much as we do.

Rosie Fortescue gets a mani-pedi at Paul Edmonds salon, London, 13 January 2016

Rosie treated herself to a luxurious mani-pedi at Paul Edmonds salon, London, 13 January 2016

Like your perfect LBD, black nails are a classic – but they do show up a multitude of sins, so getting your paint job spot on is vital.

Here's how:

1. First, prepare your nails by gently buffing and filing them into shape. Rosie has gone for pointy almonds, but if your nails aren't quite as long, stick with fail-safe squovals.

2. Next, apply a base coat to protect your nails from that strong black pigment, then, leaving the half-moons at the base of your nails clear, paint the rest of your nails with two thin coats of black polish.

Rosie is wearing her very own Nailed London Gel Wear Polish in Killer Heels, £5.25, Well, it'd be rude not to!

We also love Rimmel London 60 Seconds Super Shine Nail Polish in Black Out, £2.99, and Maybelline Colour Show 60 Seconds Nail Polish in Blackout, £2.99,

3. While your polish is drying, dip a thin, old make-up brush in a little nail varnish remover and use this to mop up any mistakes around your nails and cuticles.

4. Once you're happy with the finished result, top the whole lot off with a super-shiny topcoat like Sally Hansen Gel Shine 3D Top Coat, £6.95,

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