Our Favorite Summer Nail Designs

Our Favorite Summer Nail Designs

Looking for nail-spiration? Look no further, we have our favorite summer nail designs right here for you to check out and copy. Don’t forget to add a top coat to your nail décor to make them last longer.

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Nails are still everything. From textures to no-chips and every design in between it is almost impossible not to go a day without seeing a fabulous nail polish design either on someone or on the internet (Hello, Pinterest). Since it is summer here are a few of our favorite summer nail ideas from our favorite online pin board, Pinterest.

Catch a Wave
Can you hear the ocean calling? Now you can. I Wanna Go Surfing nails from The Nailasaurus pays homage to the ocean tides. This blue on blue look is easy to wear and a hint of sparkle makes it really fun. The crest of the wave was created with a white nail polish applied with a sponge to create a foamy sea look. Go ahead and hit the waves this summer, or just paint them on your nails.

our favorite summer nail designs

Shine Bright
Turn the classic French manicure on its head with this fresh and bright look. A Fine Fine Neon Line from Lackfein is a smart way to add a hint of neon to your look without it being too overwhelming. Pairing a thin yellow neon band at the tip of the nail with a stone-colored solid nail gives the neon a pop and makes it neutral you can wear with anything.

our favorite summer nail designs

Ahoy Matey
Nautical is a classic summer trend staple. So why not add a dose of the sea-faring life to  your nail designs? This Nautica Nails look by The Beauty Department shows how to do nautical without being too obvious. And they make it extra cute with a tiny red heart. The classic navy blue and white colors make a popping stripped background. By using white strips from a French Manicure kit you get the look without worrying about uneven lines. Try this out today.

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