press features tori’s work includes:

elle, nylon, byrdie, nails magazine, modern salon, nail pro,,, etc.

nail LOOK FEATURED ON (full article)

ELLE: 15 Spring Nail Art Ideas You Haven't Tried Yet


Barely There - Spring cleaning calls for minimal nails, but that doesn't mean you have to go completely bare. Try this clean look by painting nude half moons to match your natural color, then finishing with a clear topcoat.


nail art for essie x rebecca minkoff 2019 at nyfw. (full article)

BYRDIE: 8 Stunning Fashion Week Manicures You Can Copy Now


Chic color-blocked nails are always a good idea for the runway. Essie manicurist Tori H. used the shade Stop, Drop, and Shop from the new collection to create this half-nail design. We like to think of it as an exaggerated French tip.

nail art featured on (full article)

NYLON: Six Dreamy Beauty Looks To Try This Holiday Season

Be the belle of the ball


Choose holographic over glittery nail looks

Rather than go for the typical sparkling holiday nail, try a holographic “shattered glass” nail; it still catches the light but is much more interesting—and surprisingly easy to do yourself.

Manicurist Tori Huang started out using a layer of a base coat and two coats of pinky nude base color (though, you can use whatever color you prefer). Next, one finger at a time, she applied topcoat, followed by placing holographic cellophane she precut into geometric shapes with a tweezer, followed by a second coat of top coat.

JINsoon, Nail Polish in ‘Ube,’ $18, available at Net-A-Porter; Ocean Nail Supply, Glass Film, $2, available at Ocean Nail Supply.

photographer :  Lauren Perlstein

photographer: Lauren Perlstein

photographer:    LISSY ELLE

photographer: LISSY ELLE

Tori introducing the latest and greatest in nail technology.(full article)

NYLON: Face Forward. NYLON’s Beauty Hit List Winners Are Here.


Drumroll, please...

After a summer full of rigorous testing, we’re happy to announce that NYLON’s very first digital Beauty Hit List is here, honoring the best of the best from this past year’s launches.

For the past few months, we have put product after product to the test, narrowing down the thousands—yes, thousands—of launches that made their way to our office. Each product—whether a formula, a collection, or an industry-revolutionizing product—launched between August 2017 and, well, today. We tested items within a cool 81 different categories, including skin care, hair care, makeup, and nails.