Spring Nail Inspiration

Lockdown is coming to an end, which means we can remove our unpolished hands from our gloves. Spring/Summer nail designs are for sure my favourite season for nail art and although salons have been closed there has been plenty of inspiration all over Instagram. 2021 is all about abstract nail art, pretty pastels and unique prints. If you lean more towards minimalistic nails, I have got you covered. Instagram is flooded with fun twists on a French mani or simple nail designs that give a subtle nod to spring. Nail artists have also adapted to the new restrictions, offering their clients custom press-on nail sets to get you through quarantine.

-Jade Tierney



My favourite and easiest to achieve is an abstract nail design. You can’t go wrong with it and nothing is too out there. This has the best effect without spending hours in the chair. You can go completely out there with colours and shapes and just have fun with it.


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Press-on nails have come a long way. With nail artist getting creative over lockdown, nail fanatics don’t have to go out as you can get a stunning set of nails to your door.


Subtle nod

The power of adding little hearts to an otherwise simple manicure. This design is understated but chic and would work with any outfit, casual or glam.


Retro Florals

Live out your early 2000’s fantasy with mismatched florals. This screams Ashley Tisdale on a Disney carpet and works perfectly if you want to go a little more out there with your Spring/Summer nails.


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Fun Tips

French mani revamp. If you’ve got a formal occasion or have to be a little discrete on the job, a subtle coloured French tip will be your best friend. This has been all over the Instagrams of the Kar/Jenner clan, and for good reason!


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Colour Blocking

This trend is the perfect opportunity to play with colour. Make a statement with bold colours and sharp lines.




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