On this New Year’s Eve, look stylish by completing your look with our handpicked nail art designs!
We are less than a month away from welcoming the new year in style! Be it an LBD with a sexy overcoat or a smokey eye makeup to amp up your beauty statement, you are sure to look gorgeous. In addition to this, we recommend you also pay equal attention to your fingernails as well! It is time to think about making your nails really special for New Year’s Eve.
1. Black and shimmer:
The perfect accessory to your new year’s outfit is a black nail paint jazzed up with shimmer. Black and gold are stylish together while black and silver is elegant. These two combinations are versatile. Make use of tiny paintbrushes, nail polish pens or toothpicks as the go-to tools to apply glitter on the dried-off black nail polish. Seal it with a top coat.
2. Caviar nail art:
One of the most difficult nail art designs, but extremely popular and glamorous, caviar nail art can add a lot of fun to your new year look. To get this design, you need to paint your nails with the given polish and stick the really tiny beads on them. You can wear a pair of matching shoes which have tiny beads on them to complete the look!
3. Winter motifs:
If you are inspired enough to sport a winter motif on your nails then let that be the highlight of your look this new year’s eve. Match your red winter jumper color with your fingernails. Wear Christmas ornaments such as candy cane on the tips of your fingers. Snowflakes too can look glossy and cute! Since winter is one of the most exciting seasons of the year for beauty and fashion, why not stay trendy with the season inspired winter nail designs as well?
4. Literal new year:
Count down to 2017 wearing the literal number-based manicure is the coolest way to welcome the new year! After all, New Year’s Eve calls for the most over the top nail art, decked up with shimmers and glitters! Throw in a few winter motifs for the seasonal-touch!
Take a look at some of the best nail art designs for your to wear at an upcoming bash! Have fun ladies 🙂
by Vaishali Sudan Sharma
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