Stylish Nail Art Allows You to Express Yourself

Nail Art for Every Season

Nail art stylish designs Express Your personality: I have always leaned toward a more conservative look. I have come through 5 decades of life and still only have one hole pierced in each ear and no tattoos. So I think some ladies and men pull that look off great, like Adam Levine. I’m just not that cool.

For nail art designs, I have also stayed pretty conservative, but when Michelle Obama sported blue nails, I had to test the waters and I love my blue nail polish. Today, I really stepped out of the box at the nail salon with two different colors of polish on my nails and even had them do a geometric pattern on two of my fingers. I like my new look! Who knows where I’ll take it next…

Easy Nail Art Ideas for Every Season

I think minimalist nail art for short and long nails is a great way to express yourself without committing to it for life, like a tattoo. It’s fun, it’s colorful, and it can be seasonal for any holiday. Sitting in the nail salon today, I saw ladies getting Halloween-themed popular nail art. And I was tempted but decided on a more non-committal option.

Unique Shaped Nail Art

Lately, I have been noticing some unique and trendy shapes in nail art. So Pointed tips have been showing up in nail fashion, and I think it is for the more daring and brave to pull that one-off. To me, it looks like they could be a little dangerous to rock.

So This style of the nail is known as the stiletto stylish nail and has been made popular by celebrities like

  • Rhianna,
  • Lady Gaga,
  • and Fergie.

Embellished Nail Art

Why not decorate your simple & cute nails with a little bling?

The older I get, the more I like to try new things for fashion. So I think maybe it’s the confidence you gain when you finally reach an age where you realize the most important person to please is yourself.

Images Courtesy of Canva.

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