This spring, our nails are getting a bright and bold much-needed makeover. We’re no longer doing one-color manis and barely-there designs. It’s time to break out of our quarantined shells and try and experiment with as much color as possible – and this season, we’re choosing every.single.color.
If you haven’t come across a rainbow mani on Instagram yet, then you are following the wrong pages. But don’t worry, we’ve done the hard work for you and rounded up the 10 most stylish rainbow nail art trends to try this spring. Keep reading below to see which one to put on your nail tech’s radar.
Negative space manis aren’t as simple as they sound, especially when the rainbow is involved. This trend outlines the tip of the nail with different colors for a subtle yet standout look.
A colorfully curved mani with twice the color. This design features multi-colored tips with complimenting hues on each nail.
The classic french mani with a colorful twist. Pick as many colors as you like to give this timeless look a springtime revamp.
Neon Tie Dye
A radical mani only the boldest of us can try. This neon look is the perfect iteration of an age-appropriate tie-dye look.
This dainty design is the perfect way to incorporate the rainbow into a simple look. Add a sparkly accent with a metallic dot between colors for extra oomph.
Why choose one design idea when you can choose five? This unique look incorporates five different designs for every mood-changing day.
Mod will always have a moment when it comes to design. This trend picks a distinct pattern and matches it with one bright take on the classic french.
This candy stripe look reminds us of the innocent days of our childhood but in a much more trendy way. This precise look is designed to spark up conversations of nostalgia.
This romantically iridescent look is reminiscent of a magical wonderland. This mystical design is created by using rainbow foils accented by a gold trim around the border of the nail.
Simple and chic. This matted rainbow look features two different diagonal colors on the nail, leaving a negative space between the bold colors.