15 Nail Art Trends to Try This Weekend
You'd be surprised what dots of blue and white nail polish can do for you, this minimalist take on nail art pairs well with any accessory and OOTD.
Treat your nails as a blank canvas and mix mediums, incorporate gold wire to accent your cuticles or highlight the whole finger.
Cheat the glass/diamond look with iridescent paper, think cut up strips of cellophane, foil or tissue paper to get the same effect.
Dried flowers are still a popular look you can easily pull off but you can go the extra mile and add sequins and glitters before you finish it off with a topcoat.
Marble décor has been all over tumblr and our Pinterest feed, it wasn't a surprise when the trend caught on nail art. There's some technique and diluting involved but we think the effect is so spot on!
Recreate the iconic Marc Jacobs daisy with a dab of gold polish or stud in the center, remember, dotting is your friend.
You can still achieve a chrome polish without mirror powder and layers of gel polish, rummage through your eye shadow collection for a chrome finish that you can dust on your nails.
The trick, a steady hand and a thin striper brush to outline your nail bed with. Also, mixing glitter pigments with clear nail polish to get the perfect glitter polish consistency.
Match your favorite bracelet to your nails, literally! This trend involves layering string and gold or bejewelled pieces also, think dangly charms!
This look has been around for a while and for good reason. It's got a classic vibe that is not your average mani.
We seem to be all about the 90s these days and what better way to show off some love than with themed digits and simple lines anyone can pull off.
Yes, it's a pop of pink in the center of your nails that’s meant to resemble blushing cheeks. But its soft appearance can also look good with any color of your choice.
You can totes do the marbled effect in pink too and get a classy rose quartz look.
Nail art isn't just about playing with colors and embellishments, try experimenting with negative space as well. This tutorial nails it!
This might be more time consuming, but getting the moon phases just right will make your nails front and center!