Nail Trends and Ideas for Your Next Manicure 2021


If you’re like me, the way you get through an especially long and brutally cold winter is by planning all the spring outfits and new makeup trends you’ll be wearing soon enough (even if you’re the only one who’ll be seeing them this year). And that much is especially true for nail polish. Something about swapping out moody winter nail colors for softer spring nail shades instantly changes my overall vibe, know what I mean?

Although you can definitely wear whatever color or design you want any time of the year, it’s still nice to have some ideas to inspire your nail selections each season. To help you out, I rounded up nine spring 2021 nail trends below to look forward to. And if you need a little pick-me-up, start wearing them now. Why not?! I won’t tell anyone.

This Playful Pink Spring Nail Trend

There’s a time and place for sheer, plain pinks, but that time is not spring 2021, and that place is not on your nails. Just kidding, pale pink nail polish is one of those colors that works year-round, but this spring it’s wayyy more fun than in seasons past. The bubbly shade is made even better when paired with an equally fun and playful design, like the organic shapes shown here.

This Colorful Checkered Print Spring Nail Trend

This spring, bring out allll the color. No, seriously. Go grab your whole stash of nail polishes so you can try out a checkered look like this. Paint the pattern of your entire nail, or paint them in little waves along the edges of your nails, like this. Grab a couple of fine-tip striping brushes to 1) easily paint the tiny square shapes and 2) dip in nail polish remover to clean up and sharpen the edges.

This All Shades of Green Spring Nail Trend

Greens of all different shades will continue to be popular for spring 2021, so don’t put away those Christmas nail polishes and St. Patrick’s Day lacquers just yet. Earthy green (like this one), chartreuse, bright neon, classy emerald—should I keep going, or do you get the idea? The point is that spring this year isn’t just about mint and seafoam greens (although, yup, those will be big too).

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