Everyone wears French tips, red or black nails, and simple stripes. There are many alternatives along the less trodden path, it’s time we thought outside the box! Mix colors you’d never think of combining, try patterns you might take a couple of attempts to perfect. Face your fears and be prepared to take risks.
Shiny Nail Ideas Gallery – Section Four.
Mix and max styles to keep it interesting and unique. Some examples here aren’t exactly something you’d wear to a wedding but some truly are! Browsing and utilizing this gallery will help you open up and try new things. See how far you can push your abilities.
Celestial Teddy Bears.
You’ll love these to the moon and back! Blue and sparkles remind us of the night sky, the stars perfect the theme. Intricate but cute, and great to show off on Instagram and Pinterest.
Shiny Diamante Design.
A little bit of sparkly diamond can go a long way. Nude nails are nice, but they can get boring. Add scaly sparkles to spice things up. They’re a little above-and-beyond, so adding them to only a couple of nails is the perfect touch. It’s not plain, but it’s also not overdoing it.
Awesome purple to flattering jewels in an intricate pattern, worth splurging on if you want a professional to help. The colors all match and stay pretty neutral so they go with most clothes and colors, although interesting clothes fit them best.
Pink and Gold.
Pink and gold go together astonishingly well. They’re both bright colors, and there’s a girlie vibe to both colors. But most of us don’t think of combining sparkles with bright colors, so we miss the opportunity to use both. Worth an experimental attempt.
Black and Gold Make Good Bed Fellows.
Black and gold are pretty much the most well-loved color combination ever and stripes are easily made effective. Add sparkles for fun and the black has a tint of purple to jazz it up.
Why get super long fake claws if you’re not willing to use them to their fullest potential? Painting swirls in clear varnish allowing sprinkled glitter to stick in the desired areas then protect the effect with a topcoat.
Hearts on Your Nails.
Painting hearts on your nails for Valentine’s Day is typical, too typical. Add a unique touch for this season of love. 3D bubbles and glitter do wonders, but you need some glue-on hearts to push it even further. Not forgetting the polka dots to perfect the look.
Regimented Gem Patterns.
Black, white, and silver in these stylish patterns make you look like the classiest person around. The colors are bold but familiar, the patterns are subtle and unique.
Eyes and Fingers.
Painting something super-cool on one finger and keeping the rest plain makes the cool part stand out. These eyes are very cool and good for DIY training. Use a fine brush and small but purposeful strokes.
Glitter as Far as the Eye can See.
Douse each finger in glitter that you either sprinkle on or dip tacky fingertips into. Make your nails long for bonus glitter.
Using girlie colors, jewels, and microbead sparkles, you have cool, interesting nails. They almost look edible, with the ring finger looking like something found in a sci-fi movie. Cool enough to be reserved for special occasions or worn to be shown off and posted online.