Nail Trends to Try This Spring

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Nothing makes or breaks an ensemble more than having a lackluster manicure. What’s on your nails counts, ladies, so no more excuses when you decide not to get your nails done. If Fashion Week has taught us anything, it’s that edgy is always in when it comes to any style decision. Keep reading for the hottest nail trends to try this spring.

Checkered

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Photo Courtesy of The Nailscape

This look is for more than just picnic tables and chess boards. With the uniform lines and the pop of color, your nails will be bold enough to make a statement, but still reminiscent of an old favorite design.

Half Moon

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Photo Courtesy of Etsy

Always a great choice, emphasizing your nail’s half moons (the lunula if you want to get technical) is the perfect twist to any manicure. While still looking sophisticated, you can still flip the classic nail design on its head. Be sure to add contrasting colors to really make an impression.

Cuticle Art

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Photo Courtesy of Rad Nails

Who would’ve thought that designs on your cuticles would be a thing? Well, they are, and if you’re trying to step your nail game up, cuticle tattoos are exactly what you need. Both cute and affordable, these little designs can be bought over at Rad Nails for just $6!

Iridescent Shades

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Photo Courtesy of 10 Blank Canvases

Iridescent shades and springtime go hand in hand, so it’s no surprise that having these shades on your nails is a trend this season. Try pairing iridescent pastel colors with stencil designs and overlays, too!

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