Looking forward to unique Acrylic nails this Christmas? We’ve got you covered. They are, however, more difficult to work with than gel. And are typically associated with extra-long appearances. As you read, be ready to know more about Acrylic Nails.
Acrylic nails are created by mixing a liquid acrylic product with a powdered acrylic product to create nail enhancements.
The two products (a monomer and a polymer, respectively) combine to form a softball that can be shaped into the shape of a nail.
So many interesting and unique patterns can be found in the beautiful world of acrylic nails.
55 Cute Acrylic Nails You Should Know
If you’re having trouble coming up with a design for your next acrylic set, look at these lovely manicures for inspiration.
1. On the Farm
Cow print has been a popular nail style for a while.
Instead of the traditional white and black, try a transparent base with baby-blue splotches, like these extra-long, tapered, square nails.
2. Sharp Angles
You may be used to seeing incredibly long artificial nails, but this is not always the case.
The length is perfect for people who are terrified of longer styles or who work in a setting that requires shorter nails.
Also, the vibrant colours she used to create the slanted lines at the points of this nude, square-shaped pair are just gorgeous.
3. White Out
You can never go wrong with a chalk-white set, like these nails. Look closely and you’ll see the pieces of iridescent and gold glitter flecks.
4. Mismatched Manis
Painting your nails in a single colour is a thing of the past.
People nowadays enjoy experimenting with original designs on each finger, as seen in this mismatched manicure by Brooklyn-based Jasmine Lewis.
We can’t pick a favourite nail, but the way she combined vibrant yellow, orange, pink, green, and blue tones is stunning.
5. The New French Manicure
These C-curve tips are completely hollow and outlined simply in a tan, white, or brown colour. The ring finger has Powerpuff Girls-inspired hearts in a series of similar shades. This is also an Acrylic Nails.
6. Head in the Clouds
This is a foggy white manicure with a sheer pink base. Instead of one nail form, the exceptionally lengthy manicure has two.
The middle and ring fingers have a tapering, square shape, whereas the index and pinky fingers have a long stiletto nails. These are counted as Acrylic Nails.
7. Mix It Up
To create this sparkly manicure, Brooklyn-based nail artist Zariah Tulloch marbled colourful acrylic powders. She sprinkled blue glitter flecks through.
8. Cherries on Top
Another French manicure, but on an oval-shaped set this time. Elisha Emilius, a manicurist from the United Kingdom, produced a white C-curve tip for these medium-length nails.
She used a dotting tool and a fine detail brush to add red dots for the cherries and green lines for the stems.
9. Dot Work
The little circles grow bigger as you get closer to the tips. If you’re searching for a subtle pop of colour to brighten up your nudes, the square-shaped, medium-length manicure is ideal.
10. Gator City
There are plenty of animal prints to choose from, such as the croc print in this green manicure. The darker olive colour contrasts nicely with the brighter lime colour.
Tyra A. Seals have these long, coffin-shaped nails, which she uses to help create a beautiful Instagram feed of Black women’s nail selfies, or nail files. Also, this is listed as Acrylic Nails
11. Purple Clouds
Los Angeles manicurist Vo created this swirly, purple, square-shaped manicure. Vo created this beautiful marble effect with blooming gel.
If you look closely, you can see tiny ripples of gold glitter that resemble lightning bolts in the skies.
12. Psychedelic Vibe
The bright colours in this manicure were mixed using a water-marbling technique by Columbus-based nail artist Adorea Rhodes.
With how masterfully the yellow, pink, purple, mint, and orange tones are blended together, these nails genuinely appear like a work of art.
13. A Studded Affair
Try painting the underside of the nail like Ahn did above for a little added surprise. Red bottoms are always in style.
14. Pink Revolution
The middle finger is adorned with small gems, while the thumb and index finger have a swirly pink and white marble design.
Also, the pinky has a pure white basis and small pink eyes, while the ring finger has a pink base with loopy white lines.
15. Moo-ve Over
Eris Ice, a manicurist in Atlanta, cut out these long stiletto nails.
With the crisp, pointed shape and the chocolate-brown cow dots that decorate each nail, she really demonstrated her talent. It is also listed as Acrylic Nails
16. Royal Fingers
Axayla Nashae, a nail artist from Mississippi, produced this gilded acrylic set that looks like it belongs on the throne. She began by mixing a nude acrylic powder with a shimmer powder to produce a slight glitter appearance; she tells Allure.
Thus, she then placed the colourful gems, including the Gucci emblem, on each nail, borrowing inspiration for placement from photographs of Black women’s nails from the 1990s.
17. Glittery Clusters
This encapsulating freestyle set was created by London-based nail artist Naysap. Her client chose a few stickers and glitter acrylic and then handed them over to the artist.
The green four-leaf clovers, the Rick Sanchez sticker, and the little Hello Kitty make for an unusual blend of decals.
To tie this manicure together, the random array of stickers works with the many greens, blue, and purple tones of glitter.
18. Hand-Painted Randomness
Agatha Mae, a nail artist from the Bay Area, hand-painted each of the five designs on these almond-shaped nails. On one nail, a slender, green alien is sketched on top of a black base.
A cow print with a white foundation and black markings is on the next finger. Also, a slithering snake drawn in black lacquer on a peach nail is another animal included in this mani.
There’s also a bright yellow smiley face on a cobalt nail, and she utilised contrasting colours on each nail for the last design.
On one hand, the nail has a red foundation with green, blue, and a darker red polish scattered across it; the nail is yellow with green, red, and blue hues instead.
19. Yellow Sunshine
This vibrant yellow manicure was created by Paige Carthon, a Houston-based artist. A French manicure, glitter marble, ombré, and 3D decals were among the nail patterns she utilized.
Her moulding is exquisite on this large square set.
20. Peach Cobbler
Jasmine has mastered the ’90s-inspired curve, as shown by this peachy manicure. The shimmery, bronze pinky nails, as well as the slightly glittery finish on all the nails, are our favourites.
Also, the brown and pink marble index fingers work well as accent nails.
21. Swirly Designs
Loopy lines in various colours, such as this lavender design, will always appear cute. Zey added a heart that stretches across the middle and ring fingers, which we enjoy.
The purple, pink, and white tones complement each other beautifully.
22. Hide Your Dalmations
Ice painted this 101 Dalmatians-inspired scene. One of our favourites is the tall stiletto design, which we think one of Disney’s most gorgeous villains would approve of.
The red, heart-shaped diamonds and the thin red line at the cuticle add a lovely finishing touch to this animal-print manicure.
23. Transparent Glitter
Jelly nails were increasingly trendy in 2019, and for good reason. They’re super cute, and you can experiment with different colours and styles with them.
Taylor has created a transparent set with a glitter twist. On one hand, she created a loopy appearance by swirling purple glitter across the nails, and on the other, she did the same thing but with yellow shimmers.
24. Got My Eye on You
Gawdess created a neon manicure with a different hue on each finger. We adore how she drew little eye details in a variety of colours and shapes on each nail.
The way she placed her eyes into a heart shape on her index finger is just stunning. It is also listed as Acrylic Nails
25. Back to the ’80s
Lewis’ set has all the nostalgic vibes of the beautiful ’80s. The colour scheme she picked here is gorgeous; the green, lavender, blue, and yellow tones all work beautifully together.
She effectively incorporated the black and white lines and circles that give this piece a retro feel.
26. Psychadelic Leopard Print
With this bright neon manicure, where do you even begin? This is what Jasmine refers to as a ’90s psychedelic set, and we can see why.
The explosion of neon colours contrasts nicely with the leopard print hints. Also, the pearls and minuscule silver jewels add a beautiful 3D element to this fiery manicure.
27. Flecks of Glitter
Tulloch created this stiletto manicure with a blend of opalescent glitters and sequins. This is because it’s fully see-through, the blue, purple, and pink glitter particles take centre stage.
28. Animal Style
In this long, freestyle manicure, Carthon used a variety of animal designs.
The black drawings on the transparent acrylic almost look like stained-glass art because of the clear background she picked. Croc, zebra, and leopard prints can be found here.
29. Pop Art
Just look at this bright yellow, hand-painted manicure that Rhodes made. They all seem so nice, we can’t pick which one is the greatest.
On the index finger, she splattered green, purple, and pink lacquer. Two cherries with green stalks and brilliant scarlet drips adorn the middle finger.
Swirls of the same green, red, and purple polishes were painted on the ring finger. Finally, she added three green eyes and three lashes with crimson drips at the cuticle to the index finger.
30. Purple Zig-Zags
There are so many ways to remix French manicures that listing them all would be difficult. Squiggly lines in purple and white were added by Zey.
For this French manicure, the length and square form is ideal. Also, it is listed as Acrylic Nails
31. On Wednesdays, We Wear Pink
Regina George would probably approve of these gorgeous pink medium-length nails. For this square-shaped pair, Martin used a cow print and a c-curve French manicure tip. We also adore the teeny-tiny gem decals.
32. Luxury Experience
With its Dior stickers and swirly white lines, this gray manicure is everything but drab.
We love how Lewis experimented with different finishes, like the middle finger being sparkly while the rest of the nails are matte. It is also listed as Acrylic Nails
33. Colorful Orbs
Clear manicures make a great base for vibrant nail patterns, as evidenced by Vo’s sphere manicure. The orange, blue, yellow, purple, and pink tones in this set were distributed using an airbrushing technique.
A few bright gems and 3D water droplets were added to finish the manicure.
34. Fancy Florals
From the middle of the nails to the tips, Rhodes used a yellow base and added a golden yellow glitter. She then used a yellow gem as the pistil to create a 3D cream-coloured blossom on each nail.
35. Into the Abstract
This is also listed as Acrylic Nails. The tips of this ombré set developed from a peachy-pink tone to a bright shade.
She added a block of contrasting colour, as well as an angled white line, to the smoothly blended hue to create some fantastic abstract nail art.
36. Zebra-Tipped Hot Pink
This hot-pink jelly manicure by Jasmine is giving us all the Y2K vibes. The translucent, brilliant tone flows into amazing zebra-print tips.
Also, the solid-coloured border between the translucent pink tone and the animal design is really appealing. And, it is rated Acrylic Nails
37. In Full Bloom
This is also listed as Acrylic Nails. Cute blossoms, like the ones Lewis painted here, provide colour to the nude decor. We adore the colour scheme she chose. However, it includes yellow, blue, pink, lavender, and seafoam.
The pistils are formed by teeny, gold 3D decals right dab in the centre, imparting life to each blossom.
38. Slime Season
This is also listed as Acrylic Nails. These white, square nails have cloudy swirls of shamrock and slime greens running through them.
Also, these square nails were beautifully sculpted into a lengthy shape by Vo, which wonderfully accentuates the marbled neon-green manicure.
39. Smiley-Face French
This is also listed as Acrylic Nails. The French manicure has been remixed a zillion times, and Nashae’s version is one of our favourites.
She used a C-curve tip in pink, purple, tangerine, blue, and green instead of white tips. To finish this stunning manicure, she applied a simple white smiling face to each coloured tip.
40. I’m A Cow
You don’t have to use the same colours on both hands for your manicure. Also, take, for example, this cow-print manicure.
We like how Lewis kept one hand in typical black and white tones while the other was covered in brown splotches. The animal-print style works well with the coffin shape and medium length.
41. Under The Sea
This is also listed as Acrylic Nails. Fans of Spongebob Squarepants will recognise the colourful blossoms that make up Bikini Bottom’s clouds.
Nashae was a master at painting each blossom in vibrant colours. We adore how she created these on top of a blue ombré background.
This is also listed as Acrylic Nails. SheGotLamboed, a nail artist from Mississippi, created these stunning neon and pastel splatters.
On each hand, she employed two unique designs, which we adore. Additionally, she produced the ideal milky background for the vivid colours to rest on.
43. Simple Silhouettes
Nude sets can be spruced up with a variety of styles, such as these square-shaped nails. On the middle and ring fingers of each hand, Vo created simple contours of a curvaceous body.
They used black polish on one hand and white polish on the other. Also, this is also listed as Acrylic Nails.
44. Multicolored Prints
This printed French manicure comes in a variety of lovely colours. For Seals’ nails, Atlanta-based nail artist Amy Nguyen used a gorgeous colour pallet.
The contrast between the splotches and the French manicure tips is absolutely stunning.
45. Golden Ticket
This is also listed as Acrylic Nails. A single-colour metallic manicure will turn heads. Carrie Anna Malcolm, a nail artist from Jamaica, used gold chrome powder to create these lipstick nails.
She started with black gel polish and topcoat, then added the metallic powder and finished with another coat of topcoat.
46. Textured Prints
The dramatic length of these textured, coffin-shaped nails by Bronx-based manicurist SlayByZay is one of our favourites.
With pink, green, and purple tones, she created a lovely colour scheme. The matte finish of the rough croc scales on top of the shiny base is just what this manicure needs to stand out.
47. Welcome to the Sweet Life
This is also listed as Acrylic Nails. On Instagram, huge 3D decals on nails have been trending, and this lovely, blue, extra-long manicure is no exception.
She started with a baby blue base and applied a lollipop and candy decal to two nails. A few curved lines in navy, white, hot pink, blush, and slate-blue shades adorn the other two nails.
48. Rainbow Swirl
This is also listed as Acrylic Nails. SlayByZay used a fabulous greige hue as the manicure base here.
On top of the neutral-coloured nail, she added squiggly lines of colour that look like swirly rainbows on each nail. She also expertly sculpted each lengthy, square-shaped nail.
49. High-Contrast Points
This is also listed as Acrylic Nails. These stiletto nails are extra-long and sharp. SlayByZay opted for a black-and-white manicure in abstract designs.
Some of these designs almost look like parts of leaves, and even though this uses two neutral colours, it’s far from basic.
50. Sea Swirls
Marina created this blue manicure on a set of long square nails by swirling a few different acrylic colours together.
This is also listed as Acrylic Nails. With the marbling method she utilised, the blue hues imitate the spinning waves of the sea.
51. Koi Pond
Ice’s client requested an aquarium-themed set complete with jelly, koi fish, a carved leaf, and encased lily pads, and she delivered.
This aquatic manicure has all the clients requested. The stiletto design is perfect for this outfit, and the translucent teal colour with sparkling sparkles is gorgeous.
We can’t decide which is more impressive: the hand-painted koi fish or the 3D-sculpted emerald-green flora.
52. Encapsulated Flowers
This is also listed as Acrylic Nails. Rice used milky white acrylic to sculpt the foundation of these nails. Then she began the encapsulation by delicately placing each blossom on the nails.
53. Unicorn Swirl
Gorgeous colourful swirls of greens, purples, pinks, and blues adorn this marbled manicure.
The color combination is reminiscent of a unicorn, and the gold accents on each nail add the finishing touch to this fantasy set.
54. For the Love of Florals
The sweetest 3D flowers adorn these somewhat hazy nails. Rhodes meticulously placed dazzling gemstones, gems, and other adornments on each bloom.
In contrast to the brilliant blue, pink, and orange blooms, the golden metallic flowers appear stunning.
55. Let It Rain
This is also listed as Acrylic Nails. For a “wet” appearance, Emilius applied texture to this clean manicure.
She used a clear ombré technique to make the manicure appear to fade from a pale pink to absolutely translucent. The iridescent droplets shine from the tips to about halfway down the nails.
30 Amazing White Acrylic Nails
Check out 30 Amazing white Acrylics Nails for you this Christmas:
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Abstract Swirl in White
Solid white press on nail
White Christmas Snowflake Nails
The White Marble Gold Foil Press On Nail
White Short coffin Press on Nails
Milky White press on nails
Pink and White Ombre Stick-On Nails
Snow White Nails
White Gold Press on Nails
Nails gone wild
A light sprinkling
The swinging ’60s
Cute but spooky
Touch of gold
How to Fix Acrylic Nails
While thinking of how to fix Acrylic Nails, note. It’s aggravating to break a nail, especially if it’s one of your acrylics.
You may always undertake a home acrylic nail repair if you don’t want to pay to have the nail restored at a salon.
Buying a home acrylic nail kit is the simplest way to do this. The kit can then repair the broken nail and make it seem brand new. See steps below:
1. Get an At-home Acrylic Nail Kit
A home acrylic nail kit contains everything you’ll need to fix a broken acrylic. You have the option of purchasing a home acrylic nail kit or purchasing the supplies separately.
The following elements are required:
Brush on gel
2. Read and Follow the Instructions on Your Kit
It is critical to read and follow the instructions that come with a kit if you acquire one.
Make sure you’re working in a well-ventilated location and that you’re following any other safety instructions that came with your product.
3. Buff and File the Broken Nail
To smooth off the top of the nail you want to repair, use the buffing edge of a nail file or a nail buffer.
This will aid in the smoothing of the surface prior to the application of the new nail. Then, using the file, smooth down any jagged or rough edges on the nail’s end.
Wipe away any dust after you’ve completed buffing and filing your nails. You can also clip the nail if it is uneven or has a tear in it.
Also, you’ll need to annihilate the acrylic if it’s still partially on the nail before polishing and file it. If it’s loose enough, you might be able to get it off. However, if the nail is still intact, immerse it in pure acetone to release it.
4. Choose A Nail Tip that Fits Your Nail
Sort the acrylic nail tips until you locate one that matches your natural nail. Select a nail tip that fits well over your natural nail and is neither too large nor too narrow.
White acrylic nail tips will appear more natural than clear acrylic nail tips.
5. Cut and File the Nail
After you’ve secured the nail, trim it to the same length as your other nails with scissors or nail clippers. Try to cut the nail straight across, but don’t worry if the end result isn’t precisely even.
Next, file the nail into the same shape as your other nails. Also, buff the top of the fake nail as well to make it more even with your natural nail.
6. Apply a Coat of the Brush-on Gel
Apply a coat of brush on gel over your natural nail and the acrylic nail tip after filing the nail into the same shape as your other nails.
However, this will aid in the nail’s retention. The brush can apply gel like a coat of nail paint. Brush the gel outwards from the cuticle to the tip of the nail. As a result, repeat the process a few times to cover the entire nail.
7. Dip the Nail in Acrylic Powder
Dip your nail into the acrylic powder while the acrylic gel is still wet. Make sure your entire nail is covered in powder.
This powder will adhere to the nail, hardening it even further. Also, it is okay if you get a little powder on your skin. You can just brush it off with your other fingers.
8. Use a Cuticle Stick to Clean Around the Edges of the Nail
You’ll need to scrape away the leftover gel and powder from the edges of your nail once you’ve coated your entire nail in acrylic powder.
Clean along the margins of your nail with the cuticle stick. Also, you can also smooth away some of the excess powder on the nail with your fingertip.
9. Repeat the Gel and Powder Two to Three Times
Repeat applying gel and dipping the nail in powder two to three times to ensure that your acrylic stays in place. After each application of the powder, wipe around the nail with the cuticle stick.
Two to three coats of gel and powder should be plenty. Too much gel and powder could cause the nail to seem unnaturally thick.
10. Spray on the Gel Activator
Use two sprays of the gel activator to fix the acrylic powder and gel. Within a few seconds, the nail will be set.
The nail will be dried and firm after using the spray on activator. Spray the gel onto your whole nail, not just on the acrylic. Make sure that the spray covers all the areas where you applied the gel and powder.
11. Shape the Nail Again
You can start filing and sculpting your nail after it has set. This will help you smooth out any rough edges that the acrylic gel and powder may have created.
Smooth the edges of your nail using a fine-edged file. However, make sure that you buff the top of the nail where the acrylic tip meets with your natural nail.
There will be a slight ridge, so buffing the nail is important to ensure that the nail looks natural.
12. Paint the Nail
After you’ve finished filing and buffing the nail, finish the job by applying your favourite nail paint.
Apply two to three coats of nail paint in the same color as the rest of your nails for even coverage. Allow the nail polish to dry completely before you touch anything.
How to Remove Acrylic Nails Without Damaging Your Nails
Have you ever wanted to know how to get acrylic nails off without damaging them? These few steps will lead you through the process:
Carefully clip off your excess acrylics, cutting them as close as possible to your real nails.
Using a nail buffer, rough up the surface of the polish until the shine is completely gone. Removing the top layer helps the polish soften faster in the acetone.
Pour 100 percent pure acetone into a tray or bowl and soak your nails in it for five minutes.
With a metal cuticle pusher, nuzzle the polish off your nails, pushing from your cuticles downward.
Redip your nails for five minutes, and then gently push again. Repeat until your acrylics have completely soaked off.
Buff off the rest of the smaller pieces with your nail buffer.
Massage cuticle oil into your nails to rehydrate them, and then buff it into your nails with the soft side of a buffer. Finish with another layer of cuticle oil.
How to Soak off Acrylic Nails
The following Steps will guide you on how to soak off your Acrylics Nails:
Cut off your acrylic nails (again, get as close to your real nails as possible without actually snipping them off).
Pour 100 percent acetone into a large Ziploc baggie, filling it up just enough to be able to fully submerge your nails.
Tilt the bag to the side so the acetone pools into one corner, then stick your hand in the bag, letting your nails soak in the acetone.
Let them sit for 15 to 20 minutes (probably a good time to start a Netflix series), then gently scrape off the acrylics with a wooden cuticle stick.
If your acrylics don’t push off easily, re-soak them for another five minutes, then try again.
Buff off any remaining residue to finish.
How Long Does Acrylic Nails Last?
Acrylic nails are a time and money investment in nail art, and you want to make sure that they stay as long as possible.
Durability of a product is determined by several elements. On this subject, you’ll undoubtedly find a wide range of responses.
A complete set of acrylic false nails can last up to eight weeks. However, you’ll need to see your favourite nail technician every 2 to 3 weeks to fill in the gaps left by natural nail development.
The time it takes for acrylics to wear off varies from person to person. According to experts, you should never go over three weeks without getting a fill and nail treatment.
As a result, the pressure from your natural nails’ elevated expansion is relieved. Also, it can help you from getting a fungal infection.
Tips to Make Acrylic Nails Last Longer
There are several things you can do at home to make your nails last longer. These suggestions, according to Paloma, may appear to be common sense, yet they are easy to overlook. They are:
Regular wearing of gloves whenever you are washing or doing housework.
For those that spend a lot of time typing, it is important to use the pad of your fingers rather than your nails.
Be more cautious when you pick up or open things to avoid having particles get underneath your nails.
Keep your hands clean at all times through regular and thorough washing.
Moisturise your cuticles daily using cuticle oils, as this helps in hydrating your nails and help them to stay healthy.
How to Make DIY Acrylic Nails Last Longer
Yes, every article will tell you that if you want your acrylics to stay longer, you should get them applied by a nail artist. Is that to say you can’t do it yourself? Definitely not!
A trip to the nail salon can be quite costly. Here are some things you should do if you decide to do it yourself.
Find the right size for each nail from the pack of acrylic tips. Note that the acrylic tips are applied from about half-way your natural nail. Therefore, you may need to buffer them to fit properly.
Also, prepare your nails for the application by cleaning and trimming them. Ensure you leave few millimetres of the nail to support the acrylic.
Buffer the surface of your nail to give it a slightly coarse texture. This creates the right surface for your acrylic to attach
Also, thoroughly clean the surface of your natural nails using a remover. This helps to get rid of dirt, dust, and grease that may come in the way of your application.
Apply a thin coat of nail primer. Be careful so that it doesn’t smear on your skin.
Dab some glue across the entire top half of your nail.
Furthermore, place the acrylic tip and hold it down for 5 to 10 seconds.
Place your brush into the acrylic liquid. Then, press it to the side of the bowl to eliminate excess liquid
Swirl the brush in the acrylic powder.
Also, spread the mixture from the base of your finger to the tip. The goal is to create a smooth transition from the natural nail to the false nail.
Repeat the process for other nails.
Allow drying then buff till you get a natural look.
Acrylic nails are all the rage right now, especially on social media. Never forget to pay attention to the health of your natural nails in anything you do.
Don’t take a chance if you don’t think you can solve it yourself.
15 Fantastic Christmas Acrylic Nails
Without a doubt, the focus of this holiday season is on nails. We’ve compiled a list of the cutest Christmas manicures you’ll want to sport all winter.
Below are some fantastic christmas Acrylic nails style for you:
1. A Studded Affair
Try painting the underside of the nail like Ahn did above for a little added surprise. Red bottoms are always in style.
2. Glossy Rep Tips
Choose red and experiment with different finishes for a festive touch on the standard French nail. There are many shades of red to select from for finding the correct one.
The slanted edge of the tips adds complexity, taking this manicure to the next level, whether you choose a cinnamony shade or cherry lacquer.
3. Pink Marble
If you thought marble was exclusive for the summer, we’re here to tell you that this design is appropriate all year. Nail artist Emma Jane added a layer of glitter and silver snowflakes to give it a festive feel.
4. Starry Tips
This supersweet manicure is lovely on its own, but it’s much better when paired with a steaming mug of hot chocolate.
Seeing the same handpainted stars we saw in our favorite childhood novels brings back memories.
5. Minimalist Plaid
So you’d want a little of plaid, but not too much? Choose a couple of nails to highlight the print and keep the rest of your nails neutral with a bright red color.
6. Blinged Out
It’s time to go all out if full glam is more your style. Maximalist holiday flair is embodied by these crystal-and-cherub-studded nails.
7. Frosty Finish
You can adjust the shape of your nails using a curve extender.
The frosted appearance created by the ever-talented Krocaine feels old yet modern, thanks to sprayed swirls and butterfly decals.
8. Candy Cane Delight
Is there anything more Christmas-y than candy canes?
If you’re not ready for a full set of the sweet treat, pick an accent nail and balance it out with a few white snowflakes scattered throughout the rest of your nails.
9. Chic Wreath
Perhaps you’ve seen a lovely wreath but never thought of wearing it on your nails. It turns out that it makes for a beautiful manicure.
Play around with pieces of the wreath distributed across nails, like the image above, for a novel effect.
10. Color-Blocked Claws
This set is a holiday-friendly way to nail the color-blocking trend.
11. Crystal Hearts
For the approaching holiday parties, gorgeous crystal hearts are a no-brainer. While nude is also a good option, for the most regal holiday set, go with a red or emerald green base.
12. Gingerbread Mani
Sure, gingerbread men are delicious to eat, but they also look totally adorbs on your nails. Throw in some pink candy canes and you’ve won Christmas.
13. Furry Friends
Christmas nail art inspiration abounds for nail art fans. The colossal teddy bears that greet us at every mega-mall are equally striking against the blue polish and piled snowflakes.
14. Baby Blues
We believe we’ve discovered the ideal baby blue. Give a few of crystal stones and a strip of gold paint to the cuticle to add dimension.
15. Wavy Gems
This wavy set reminds us of the charm bracelets we would add to our wish list around this time of year.
The above should guide you as you prepare to celebrate this season. Feel free to pick from one of the styles above and look good.
However, do not hesitate to share this information with your love ones. Also, you are at liberty to drop your questions or comments regarding this article in the comment section.