The sign of a woman who really has her look together is one who pays attention to every single detail. This would definitely include her nails.
That’s why we wanted to share with you some of the trends in nail polish that you should be on the look out for this coming spring. As a matter of fact, don’t wait until spring to show them off.Take this list to your nail technician right after reading it. You’ll be the envy of everyone who sees your hands if you do.Guaranteed.
1. Pale Color Combo
Do you happen to be a fan of soft pale colors? Well, if you can’t decide which one to go with, who said that you had to choose? This spring, you can put a different shade on each finger (and toe) nail if you want! You’ll be fashionable if you do.
2. Thin Black Lines
Here’s something fun, simple and quick to do: add a couple of thin black lines.
3. Plaid Designs
Yeah, we like this look a lot too. Is it just us or does it look like there’s literally some plaid material on her nails?
4. “Brush Strokes”
Nail ideas for 2016: Here’s something that you’ll need a nail professional to do for you. But no matter what the cost, to get brush strokes like these? It’s definitely worth it.
5. Nude Nails
If you like your nails to look as natural as possible but you wouldn’t mind having just a bit of color, go with a nude shade like this.
6. Royal Blue Polish
It’s a fabulous shade. Point, blank and period. So why not try it? Point, blank and period.
7. Red French Manicure Tips
If French manicures are basically your signature style, add some intensity to them by painting your tips red instead of white.
8. “3D” Nails
It’s not the must functional nail design on the planet, but if you have a special occasion coming up or even a photo shoot, you’ll stand out, hands above the rest, with some 3D nails on.
Do you have all sorts of favorite nail patterns? This spring, you don’t have to choose one for each nail appointment. You can incorporate all of them if you’d like.
10. Clear Polish
Whether it’s to protect your nails or to add a bit of sheen, at least put on a coat of clear polish. A little bit can truly go a long way!