The Hottest Nail Trends of 2020

Life is all about taking risks. So why not step out of your comfort zone a little with these bold nail trends? 

After all, we would never want you to miss out on showing off your keen eye for style. When you walk into the office wearing these unique nail looks, no one will doubt that you are up-to-date on the hottest beauty trends. 

Here are the nail trends we love, and you will too. 

Ombre isn’t just for your hair, you know. Ombre nails can be a chic beauty statement. Having a seamless color gradient is a harmonious way to have multi colored nails- without having the abrupt contrast that comes with color block nails. Is it the best of both worlds? We think so. 

This trend is a tale as old as time. Animal print is just as booming now as it was in the 80’s. This attests to the endurance of the animal print trend, which is all the more reason you should try it out. With so many prints to choose from- such as cheetah or zebra, bringing out your inner wild side is easier- and cuter - than ever. 

Sometimes keeping it simple is the best beauty philosophy. Long gone are the days when people claimed neutral nails were boring. Neutral toned nails are the epitome of sophistication and elegance, so it's no wonder why they are making a huge comeback in women’s beauty trends. 

Geometric nails seem to be all the talk at the moment. These nails incorporate clean lines and shapes to bring a stylized twist to classic manicures. Geometric patterns can easily liven up your beauty look; and for all of our minimalist fashion lovers: geometric nails will be your new best friend. 

Bring on the bling, baby. Jewel nails look like they're straight out of an Old Hollywood fashion magazine; and we are totally here for it. Life is far too short to just play it safe with your nail products. So spice up your date night look with jewel nails that are no short of glitz and glamour. When it comes to the jewel nails trend, there's no such thing as “too much sparkle”. 

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