Every year, new nail trends come and go. We all enjoy spending time at the salon getting our nails done, right? But when it comes to picking a new shade or a new shape, we can never make up our minds. Fortunately, you can find inspiration right here as we have rounded up the best of this year’s nail trends.

French Glass


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When it comes to the most popular manicure designs this year, French glass is at the top of the list. It is requested by many, however, they have varied requests in addition to the traditional french manicure. Both the magnificent french glass nail design and a very subtle french manicure will be popular in 2023.

Red Hot


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Finding the ideal red nail paint colour is a task. If you have a choice of undertones, the deeper, richer reds are starting to dominate lately. But by end of the year, maroon and oxblood tones of red will be more popular.



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Chrome nails have become popular since Hailey Bieber wore them to the Met Gala and gained them the title of top nail trend of 2022. A-list celebrities Lizzo, Zendaya, and Dua Lipa are just a few who have been spotted with mirror effect nails which come in several shades and designs.



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Speaking of minimalism, half-moon nails are a straightforward manicure style that has recently become more popular. As the name suggests, it entails painting the lunula with just one colour or an outline (the small rounded shadow at the bottom of each nail). This style is adored for its versatility.

70s Swirls



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Swirl art is a pattern that features twists, swirls, and spirals in various hues. It is a favourite among fans of abstract art. A single colour is always a good choice, but if you want something more daring, the ’70s swirls are trendy right now.