Summer has arrived and there’s nothing quite like choosing that fresh summer manicure. Following the summer nail trends, bright hues and bold designs are coming back for that classical summertime nail art. Create your manicure together with us and screenshot these must-have manicures of the season to take with you to that next salon appointment.

SUNRise

What better says summer than this sunrise to sunset gel nail design inspired by world-class nail artist Betina Goldstein? The best part about this design is it will suit all nail lengths and skin tones.

PINK CHROME

A running trend from last summer is pink chrome nails as seen recently on Euphoria star Sydney Sweeney at the MTV awards for a very Y2K look indeed. You can try out chrome in your favourite colour and enhance it to your own unique style.

Mirrored Nails

We love these mirrored nails seen on Zendaya at the 2022 Oscar ceremony. Why not try out this year’s metallic fashion trend on your nails to compliment your outfit?

Outlined french manicure

A cool and quirky yet simple design to try out this summer. Best suited to slightly longer nails or acrylic styles in both square and rounded shapes.

Multi Coloured

Forget beauty standards, getting a manicure doesn’t have to mean painting the same colour of polish on all your fingernails anymore. Rainbow nails are a great way to play around and have all your favourite colours on one hand.

bLACK nAILS

Not your typical choice for summer black nails are on-trend right now for both males and females. As seen on many celebrities such as Kendall Jenner, Vanessa Hudgens and Machine Gun Kelly over the past few months, an edgy choice if your feeling like something a bit different this summer.

Your partner’s Initials

As made trendy by Jennifer Lopez, Kim and Kourtney Kardashian, something that was initially a sweet gesture to a loved one has become a hot new summer manicure trend. If you want to try this trend yet don’t have another half, adding your own initials is a sign of all the self-love you need.

 

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