Whether you’re gearing up for a beach vacation or preparing for a backyard BBQ, nothing gets you in the summer mindset like a fresh coat of polish. Say goodbye to your dark maroons, greys and blacks and bring on the bright and bold colors for summertime. One thing is for certain when it comes to nail trends, this season is all about making a statement! We’ve rounded up 10 of the hottest nails trends for Summer 2022:
Hot pink has been deemed the official color of summer 2022 by Cosmopolitan.com. Stand out in the crowds with this bold color choice.
Smiley Face Nail Art
Nothing makes you happy quite like looking down to a smiley face painted on your nail!
If bright nails aren’t your thing, try pastels. You will still get that summertime color without the bold color. Add in an extra Y2K punch and add some shimmer on top.
Minimalist Nail Art
Subtle and dainty are two ways to describe this season’s nail art trend. Think small lines and tiny dots. The possibilities are endless and the minimal design is sure to still make a big impact!
Modern French Manicure
The French manicure has been a classic for many years, but this season it is coming in hot with a colorful twist! Instead of reaching for white tips, try something bold like gold, pink, red, or even a rainbow effect with different color tips for each nail.
Green has become an unexpected, yet very popular color palette this season and its popularity doesn’t seem to be fading anytime soon.
If bright colors aren’t your thing, you’re in luck! Nude colors are very popular this season and act as the perfect blank canvas to let your summer accessories stand out.
Stick with a single color palette or go really wild and explore the rainbow with five totally different shades. Be sure to match both hands exactly to bring the full look together.
Adding a matte top coat is a simple way to up your manicure game and make your nails really stand out from the crowd.
Staying very on trend for summertime, bright fruit nail designs are all the rage right now. Use bright colors to create watermelon, pineapples, oranges and lemon designs