#AtHomeGlow: Minimalistic Nail Art

With the Gram flooding with popular nail trends during the lockdown, it’s only natural for you to look at your bare nails, sigh and daydream about a salon trip. But you can do more! Now that you’ve taken the time to treat your hands with our beauty expert’s recommendation for healthy, radiant hands, why not pamper yourself with a fresh manicure? While a solid colour is elegant, it’s always a good idea to spice things up with Insta-worthy DIY nail art.

Wondering how to nail it at home without the steady hands of a nail technician? Yes, we get that. It can be too tempting to write off nail art as something you’ll never be able to do at home. But that’s where you’re wrong. Simplify your style, keep it minimal and you’re good to go! 

In this blog, we’re diving deep into the latest nail trends to inspire you along the way. Once you sit down to unleash your creativity, don’t forget to organise your products and tools and plan out your final look. Happy scrolling!

Colourblock Vibes

Would you like to add some fun colour to your WFH wardrobe? Consider the colourblocking nail art that can be conveniently done at home. Before you get started, choose two contrasting colours to elevate the design. Just paint your nails with the base colour. Once it’s dried, use the tape to add a bright pop of colour.

Bling It On

Would you like to add some fun colour to your WFH wardrobe? Consider the colourblocking nail art that can be conveniently done at home. Before you get started, choose two contrasting colours to elevate the design. Just paint your nails with the base colour. Once it’s dried, use the tape to add a bright pop of colour.

Good ‘Ol Polka Dots

How cool is this nail art? The method is possibly one of the simplest. All you need to have for this is either bobby pins or toothpicks. Start with a few coats of clear/nude polish. Then cover with black and white polka dots. Go ahead and use different shades for a fun twist if you feel fancy! 

Nailing The Negative Space

Negative space manicure is a foolproof way to play with nail art. Instead of painting your entire nail with a bold colour, let your base show through. Use the polish to trace the outer edge of the nail, and then use a Q-tip dipped in the nail remover to clean up the surface. Easy, quick!

Play With Stickers

If you’re not ready to get crafty with nail tools and brushes, just get your hands on those nail art stickers. Apply a few coats of your favourite nail colour, and get stickering! We love how this nail art looks with these cute stars stickers

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