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7 Nail Trends To Try In 2021

In beauty, Nails on January 11, 2021 at 8:30 am

Nails continue to be recognized as the ultimate accessory that you allows you to experiment with new looks without major commitment. This season’s nail looks show that anything goes and that creativity is endless. DIY nails have also become more of a way of life and we are also seeing updated versions of styles we have come to know and love from seasons past. With so many options, there is something for everyone. Continue reading to discover the current nail trends of 2021.

Textured Nails. Creativity certainly has no boundaries as people become more creative with nail art. Toward the end of last year, cable knit or sweater nails started gaining more traction in various nail spaces. A textured, non shiny finish, sweater nails are created with gel polish and clear acrylic powder and can add a different kind of pop to nails.

Mix-match Nails (Indie Nails). These nails take multicolored nails to the next level. Going boldly where no other nail design dares to go, each nail not only has a different color but also a different design. In addition, each nail may have a different shape. For instance, consider one stiletto nail while the other nails are coffin shaped.

Stylized French Tip Nails. French tipped nails have evolved into extremely creative expressions of one’s unique taste. Once preserved for the minimalist and the “professional” with a basic white tip, French tip designs continue evolve with bold color and design combinations as well as color blocking. In addition, French tips will continue to be paired as an accent with other creatively designed and blinged – out nails.

Logo Nails. Brand logos are no longer reserved for clothing, accessories and footwear. A big trend in nails since last year has been nails designed with the logos of popular brands – luxury in particular. Whether meticulously created by hand or by applying a pre-designed decal to the nails, anyone will be able to show love for their favorite brand (or personality) on their nails.

Negative Space Nails. Negative space nails are still a thing and are a great way to update a basic manicure. This nail design is also a great way to subtly push the envelope in more conservative or restrictive work environments. Using any color and any design, negative space nail art can be used on all nails or used on a few nails for an accent. What’s also great about negative space nails is that depending on if the negative space is near your cuticle, it will be harder to tell when you need a fill.

Press On Nails. Press on nails may have become the alternative during quarantine, but they have been trending for quite some time. Press on nails offer major convenience, can be purchased almost anywhere, and can be done in the comfort of your own home. You can switch up your style at any given time with various colors, lengths, shapes, finishes and designs. With the right prep and application, you can continue to do your regular activities as well as keep them on for up to two weeks.

Basic Manicure. Nothing is more beautiful than well groomed and manicured hands. Basic manicures are coming back to the forefront as an option for nails, especially since people had to start doing their nails because nail salons were closed. And with all of the products and tools available for at home use, your nails can always be done.

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