Nail art is one way to easily keep up with the everchanging trends each season without spending a ton on a new wardrobe or accessories. Nail art trends come and go each season, and some of them are revived over and over. The 2016 nail art trends seen on models and fashionistas right now are more minimalistic than anything. It’s definitely a look that can work for just about anyone!
Check out some of these 2016 nail art trends for some awesome inspiration this season!
1. Modern Metallics
Metallic nails never really went out of style completely, but they did take a backseat for a while. Metallics are making a big comeback in 2016 nail art trends, though! Gold and silver are still classic metallics, but hues like bronze, rose gold, and metallic blue are slightly more modern and trendy right now.
Vertical stripes are also still one of the must try 2016 nail art trends. This year, though, keep vertical nail stripes simple for a look that’s more chic and sophisticated and less umpire or candy like.
We’re starting to see more and more horizontal stripes in the 2016 nail art trends too. As with the vertical stripes, keep horizontal nail stripes simple for a chic and modern look. Less is better when it comes to horizontal stripes on nails, since these can make the nails appear wider rather than longer.
Plain and simple minimalist nail art designs are becoming more and more popular. These are usually very simple designs with clean lines and very little detail. Think a simple line or two or a small polka dot.
French manicures never really go out of style. They simple get freshened up every season. Think outside of the box when it comes to the 2016 nail art trends for French manicures. Ditch the white and go bold with color, or experiment with different shapes and lines on your French tips.
Yes, nude nails are still a thing, and they’re actually something of a trend this season. You can make your nude nails a little more hip and modern, though, by adding a couple simple accents, like lines or a single dot on each nail.
Let your beautiful natural nails shine through with some negative space nail art this season. just apply tape in a simple pattern or design, paint our nails, and remove the tape before it’s dry. Negative space nail art is that easy!
Finally, we have a 2016 nail art trend that seems to be a nod toward the more artistic types out there. Splatter paint nails have been seen on the runways, and these simple feathered brushstrokes may be subtle, but they also make a super cute statement!