These Are The Best Spring Nail Trends We've Seen On Instagram
Spring is a symbol of rebirth. Change is all around us; flowers are blooming, the days get longer and warmer, and everything just feels fresher. On this cyclical notion, we've seen old trends rise to the top of our feeds again (but done in new ways to make it look ultra 2020) in everything fashion and beauty, including nail art. Here's 3 of those that are about to be huge in the coming months.
1. Lipstick nails
Nail art is great, but it's time we experimented more with shapes. South Korea's Eun Kyung Park came up with this unconventional shape. Slightly rounded but slightly pointed but slightly square but angled... it's all of the past popular nail shapes in one. Or basically it looks just like a lipstick. It looks great with nude nails, one colour, or nail art. The lipstick shape is a simple way to add some edge to your basic manicure!
2. Micro French Nails
The very first time I got my nails done it was for my grade 8 graduation. It was the early 2000's, so of course I went a French Manicure to be on trend. Honestly, I haven't done it much since then, not because it went out of style (I always see it around), but more because I just got bored of it. However, the classic French manicure is back with a new spin and I'm ready to do it again. This time it feels a little less grade 8 grad/prom and more modern because now it's even more minimal and sleek. The key is to make the thinnest line possible. You can also opt for different colours or glitter if you're not into the plain white. This look is also something you could easily do yourself at home.
3. Sea Glass
The jelly nail trend was seen all over instagram feeds last summer, and this year we got a new opaque version thanks to Jessica Washick. Resembling sea glass, the colourful tips of the nails are slightly opaque, and can be paired with a shiny, matte, or glittery top coat. Search #seaglassnails on instagram to see different ways to wear this look.
Would you try any of these nail trends?