The Best Summer Nail Designs You Should Wear This Summer

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The Best Summer Nail Designs You Should Wear This Summer

Grooming has made advancements in the way that, it is being done according to the season of the year it is. Summer is that time of the year when you feel very bright. When choosing summer nail designs, ensure that they are vibrant. The nail style and design should be very stylish so that they correspond with the climatic conditions.

If you are looking for stylish summer nail designs, you have come to the right place. We have compiled some of the best summer nail designs for you. Take a look for inspiration.

1. Rainbow Nails
Rainbow colors are one of the best ideas for summer nail polish. These colors are very vibrant and they blend very well with the warm climate. The colors also allow you to be very creative with your nail art. Choose the bright shades of pink, yellow, blue, and mint.

2. Apricot Nails
An apricot color is one that blends very well with almost all skin tones. Its ability to blend very well with other colors makes it very ideal for summer. Combine it with colors like pink, blue and white for a perfect summer look. Consider adding jewelry to the nail art for a more vibrant look.

3. Coffin Nails
The coffin is one of the perfect summer nail designs you need to try this year. The square edges give you a good summer vibe. The biggest advantage of coffin nails is that they have a wide variety of styles and art to choose from.

The finishing could be of an ombre or a shiny nail polish. Go to the next level of nail art by gluing jewelry or even using glittery top coats.

4. Round Nails
A round nail shape is very classic for a summer vibe. Round nails are very attractive especially when they are done with a vibrant nail polish or gel. Their natural appearance makes them very easy to maintain. If you love a simple yet bold look for your nails, then the round shape is how you should design your nails.

5. Square Nails
If your nails are naturally narrow and flat, then the square shape is the best choice that you have. This is because the shape makes your nails appear wide. The square shape is considered the best way to shape our nails as it reduces breaking and flaking.

The square nail shape works for both natural and acrylic nails. It can also be done on both short and long nails. Ensure that you settle for brighter gel or nail polish for the summer vibe.

6. Almond Summer Nail Designs
Almond nails are usually long and tapered for an elegant appearance just like the almond nut. This style makes your nails appear narrow and keeps the edges very strong. The length required for almond nails is quite hard to achieve with natural nails making acrylic nails your best option.

In order to achieve a good summer look, make an ombre look using bright nail polish or gel which will give your nails a playful look.

7. Mountain Peak Nails
This is one of the best summer nail designs for summer. This design is similar to the stiletto just that the edges do not have to be long and pointy. You can make the mountain peak nail design on your natural or acrylic nails. The edges are styled in such a way that they resemble a mountain peak.

8. Acrylic Nails
Summer is a time to have fun and be creative with your nails. Getting acrylic nails gives you the long nail feeling that you have always desired. The good thing about acrylic nails is that they give a chance to play around with summer nail designs, the colors you want, and also the nail length.

Although acrylic nails could be difficult to maintain during summer, because of breaking, they give you a perfect summer look.

9. Gel Nails
Getting a nail color that lasts long gives you a lot of satisfaction and saves you on nail maintenance. Gel your natural or acrylic nails during summer with your favorite color.

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