Nail art is a refreshing break from the same one-tone manicure look, beautifying your nails with snazzy patterns. While decals stamped on the nails are the easiest way out, you might find it hard to maintain them all day long. Start free handing a snowflake on your nails with scores of nail colors and glitters to rock the holiday nail fashion circuit this year. Here are some unique designs along with the demos to turn your tips into a winter wonderland.
Keeping the base color blue, draw the snowflakes using a nail art white pen, finishing with glitter paint for a sparkly twist to the nail design.
Experiment with a wide assortment of nail paints decking your nails with shades of yellow, golden, and cream, keeping the effort to a minimum.
Red-painted nails with silver sparkle smear showcasing solid snowflake patterns, adding more gleam to the manicure art.
As the season of sandals and flip flops are soon to arrive, your toenails can be given a pretty makeover with a pop of snowflake even when its get sultry outside.
The palette of black and white on the nails has an eclectic charm exuding loads of feminine vibe.
Intricately detailed and neat, the glitter polish is applied on the thumb and ring nail while the rest gets graced with dull yellow nail paint.
The purple coat makes the quintessential base for stripes of blue lending a bizarre contrast look.
Vibrant hues of glistening red and green burst against the nude paint is indeed an inspiration for the holiday season that you can carry off with ease.
The acrylic nail paint does the trick of recreating a ravishing look that stands through the snowy season bringing it into the spotlight.
Toast to the New Year, showing off your festive-inspired nail art to your friends. Adorn the nails with rhinestone embellishments for a flashy manicure look.
While there are umpteen nail designs to flaunt, as a part of the holiday season favoring the snowflake pattern brings out the best of the Christmas flavors. Also, being an elegant design, it is reserved as an everyday manicure look.
Published on February 1st 2016 by Michelle Anderson