We already feel the chill air after the Autumn heat. Now as the coldest season of the year is coming, it has become our excuse to try out new nail art. Because there is no better reason than a new season. Now let’s take a look and bring them to our next nail appointment.
1. The Elegant Black
So many colors representing the winter season. Have someone told you that black nail polish might be boring for winter? Break the myth and make your winter outfit stand out with the elegant black.
Black will not be so boring if you combine with some perfect colors. And nothing more elegant than a black and gold winter nail art.
2. Matte Lover
For the matte lover, pretty sure you can’t resist trying the anti-French winter nail art. No worries, they work perfectly for matte too. Because matte nail color can give warmth to this cold weather. You can also experiment with any different designs. Add some tribal design on your nail that would be nice.
3. Half Moon Design
The half-moon design remains a very popular nail art idea. Except because it is so simple to do, it’s so fun to make the design with any color. You can also mix the half-moon design with another design, a star is the most likely. This will make your Anti-French winter nail simply beautiful.
4. Sparkling Triangle
Provide a classy contrast by apply glitter triangle design on your tips with a bright color. And for the rest of your nail, you can use soft color. This design and color are thumbs up.
5. Chocolate and White
Is the season reminds you so much of a cup of hot chocolate? Make yourself comfortable and color your nail with delicious chocolate color. And of course, marshmallows on hot chocolate will delight your mood. So you can always combine chocolate and white color on your winter nail art ideas.
Since the winter is come and go, always put these Anti-French winter nail art design as your favorite because they can always warm your winter and lighten your mood.
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