Best Winter Nail Art
  • If you’re the type of person who doesn’t usually put a lot of effort into your nails, then this is a great seasonal look. All you’ll need is white nail polish and a stamp, or you could buy snowflake nail stickers. Then sprinkle glitter on the tips and swipe a top coat over them. Your … Continue reading Nail Designs #1087

  • Pearl nails are like looking into an ornament or pure white glowing snow. They’re festive but remain feminine, while the ballerina shape adds to their elegance. Pearl looks exceptionally beautiful on nails that are a little longer, so keep that in mind when filing your nails.

  • Red is another typical holiday season color that’s fun to play with. And who said you can’t rock it after Christmas? You can make deep reds a little more interesting by adding silver or white to the nails for a bit more detail.

  • Both light and dark grey can look lovely on your nails over winter. They’re a good background color to use if you’re looking to add festive nail art to your fingers or dress them up with silver glitter.

  • Paint your nails a simple color like white and pink, then dress it up by adding a sprinkle of glitter. It’ll be a favorite winter design and an excellent choice if you want to add a touch of luxury to your seasonal nails.

  • If you usually stick to a neutral color, then you can continue doing this in winter. Just pick one nail to add a feature too and make it seasonal. It can look really elegant while still keeping in the holiday spirit.

Advertisement

Explore Winter Nail Art
  • This winter, neutral and earth tones are totally in style. These colors are so easy to pair with any and everything, that you’ll be reaching for them by instinct. Why not be creative with your nails though and pick a few colors at once. This will definitely make them stand out. Try pale pink, transitioning … Continue reading Nail Designs #1099

  • Turn your light blue nails into a winter wonderland with the addition of a sparkly silver nail. Dark blue can also be super festive with nail art or glitter added to them. Blue is a good choice if you’re looking for a refreshing change from red or green but still want them to fit the … Continue reading Nail Designs #1093

  • Both light and dark grey can look lovely on your nails over winter. They’re a good background color to use if you’re looking to add festive nail art to your fingers or dress them up with silver glitter.

  • Pearl nails are like looking into an ornament or pure white glowing snow. They’re festive but remain feminine, while the ballerina shape adds to their elegance. Pearl looks exceptionally beautiful on nails that are a little longer, so keep that in mind when filing your nails.

  • Plain white nails are perfect for winter. They’ll match the snow outside and can be easily paired with absolutely any outfit. They’re a basic look that is easy to upkeep if they end up chipping and can be dressed up with jewelry.

  • Paint each nail a different shade of red, starting with the deepest color and ending with the lightest. This winter look is more subtle, keeping with the theme without being overly committed to the festivity.

  • If you’re dedicated to the upkeep of your nails, then this is a good look to try. Black and white marble nails are a little more stylish with the addition of gold leaf on top. These nails are a real statement piece that you could rock this winter.

  • If you’re the type of person who doesn’t usually put a lot of effort into your nails, then this is a great seasonal look. All you’ll need is white nail polish and a stamp, or you could buy snowflake nail stickers. Then sprinkle glitter on the tips and swipe a top coat over them. Your … Continue reading Nail Designs #1087

  • These nails are so glamorous and gorgeous. If you usually tend to go for a simple nude nail, you can continue this trend over winter. Simply sprinkle a bit of holiday spirit on top and make them sparkle. In fact, paint one nail entirely silver and frost the other for a more expensive finish.

  • These nails are perfect for any season; they will dress up any look. Keep it simple but elegant by painting half of your nails white and the other half gold. It’s a simple style if you’re hopeless at nail art but still want something that catches the eye.

  • Red is another typical holiday season color that’s fun to play with. And who said you can’t rock it after Christmas? You can make deep reds a little more interesting by adding silver or white to the nails for a bit more detail.

  • Experiment with different textures and shades of green this season. Dark green, ballerina shaped, matte nails can look amazing. Try it; you won’t have any regrets.

Advertisement