6 Korean Nail Trends We Can’t Stop Copying
Haven’t we seen a sudden spike in the popularity of tonal nails? Well if you too like this trend or have tried it, thank the Koreans. It’s wearable for any age group and the new ones that feature nude and pastel shades are quite popular.
Negative Space Nails
Multiple design options for this one pattern – negative space nails aren’t going anywhere for as long as we can see. There are multiple designs that can be created with this nail trend that definitely deserves a double take. It balances out the bold geometric design to create a unique art that can be created without gel nails and with any colour palette.
Also known as reverse manicure, this one is quite a hit among millennials. A twisted take to a usual manicure, cuticle nails look edgy. Also, if you have short nails and a French manicure isn’t something you can try without gel extensions, this is what you can opt for. It gives just the right amount of accent with a minimalistic look.
Use colour-blocking to fill the negative space and create graphic nails. For a twist, use different colours on all ten pairing them with shades of the same family. There is no set rule to do this nail art, you can be as creative as you wish to be.
As the name suggests, the texture resembles that of a marble. You can mix with any ascent aide to accentuate the nail art. This nail art can be easily achieved with a regular nail polish, all you need is a nail art brush and a palette to mix colours.
This look melts from a translucent or a clear shade to the colour of your choice. The idea is to apply thin layers of nail paint in a way that the nail tip is the darkest while the base remains light or translucent.