Summer is on the head and if you are deciding to go out with a bang in this summer you surely need to make room for these stunning electric nail art trends. With excellent pops of blue to subtle but sexy shades of red, there is something about this warm season that inspires passion in the form of trendy manicures and pedicures. If you are one of the Nail Art lovers than take one of these electric nail Trends for a test drive and ready to be amazed!
Electric Nail Art
There is no surprising thing that this nail art is a hit. I can’t get over the stark contrast between the rhinestones outlined amazing colors. This is definitely the epitome of chic. Try this stunning Nail Art in this beautiful summer and Rock the Stage…
Water spotted Beach Nail Art
This Nail Art design to work for super summer. In my views it is just as fabulous during this sunny season. This unbelievably detailed tutorial may seem hard to perfect because of the amount of materials needed, but trust me when I say that it’s really worth it.
Crushed Shell Nail Art
Speaking of the beach, one of my favorite parts about summer is getting the chance to collect beautiful seashells. I don’t think I’ll ever be able to put into words how ecstatic I was when I stumbled on cute polish’s video. Straight and to the point, who knew replicating the exquisite crushed shell look could be this easy?
Gradient Nail Art
Let me be frank and say that I will use any chance to slip in gradient styled nails. What could be better than four different methods for perfecting ombre nails in one sitting? HannahRoxNails should just be labeled the gradient nail art queen. The best part is that they are all pretty easy to follow.
Neon Bolt Nail Art
This is another one of my favorite designs by HannahRoxNails. I recommend taking this nail art for a test run with an equally fabulous pink frock (mores because I wouldn’t be able to keep myself from shouting “On Wednesdays, we wear pink!”).
Seashell and Starfish Nail Art
This last tutorial by cute polish is dedicated to all of my fellow seashell lovers. Using a marvelous mint shade from Essie as the base, I love how light and sweet the end project turned out to be. If you want to break away from the typical aqua theme, you can substitute the colors and still get the same fabulous look!
With the amount of nail art tutorials on hand, I admit that I practically live on YouTube on the days that I feel that I need to spice up my look. Which designs call out to you the most? Are there any other nail art loggers that you swear by?