Summer is here. It’s time to get Summer almond nails for summer, which includes getting a nice manicure.
Last year, our nails didn’t shine due to the cute design because most beauty salons were closed. Frankly speaking, no one cared about decorative nails at the time. But this year, things are improving: it’s time to get back to the trend. Almond nails are the trend this season. It is shaped like a cute nut and can be long or short. You may notice celebrities like Kylie Jenner and Selena Gomez use this popular nail style. Slightly rounded nail tips are becoming more and more popular. Because they match most nail designs and lengthen your fingers, making you look pretty and elegant.
“I’ve always liked almond-shaped nails because they fit most nail beds,” says manicurist Chloe Kobisli-Bull. “This is one of the more natural nail styles. It always adds a touch of elegance to you.” Below, we asked Bull to share some almond-shaped nail designs suitable for summer. Abstract nail design is a great way to experiment with art because, frankly, anything can happen. Think swirling lines, bold dots, and triangles. The design is unique, and the almond shape offers a soft and feminine finish. “Painting abstract nail art on almond-shaped nails is one of my favorite things to do right now, and inspiration is everywhere,” said Bull. “My client brought Pinterest inspiration for this adorable dress, and we played around for a while.
1.Summer almond nails
The beautician used her favorite Brillbird brush and Go color gel to paint a nude base color over the GO1 color to create abstract parts and lines. The great thing about this mani design is that you can create your own pattern by mixing different colors. I’m fascinated by pretty French manicures, so this is a twist on traditional techniques. My inspiration came from the beautiful mini macaron nail stickers. To create this Bull effect, I first applied GelBottle polish on 19 Biab’s nails and then GelBottle polish on the tips of the nails. He starts from the nail’s free edge, uses the brush to pull from one end to the other, then goes back to fix the lines. You can use acetone to get the perfect line. Finally, he applies mini macaron butterfly nail stickers and a layer of shiny topcoats.