Due to lockdown, your nails have probably been in a state of neglect for months now. But, with nail salons reopening in England on the 12th of April, the end is in sight. So what does this actually mean for your nails themselves?
Honestly, we think this occasion alone calls for something spectacular. Then there’s also the fact that we will be in the throes of spring then, and thus spring nail art makes perfect sense. However, just as Christmas manicures are too ostentatious for some of us, so too are spring ones. And that’s why we've gone to the trouble of sourcing spring nail art ideas to appease everyone.
Is this a manicure that represents the lush accents of spring or just a manicure with green accents? No comment.
Hardly anyone wears neon in the colder months, so its appearance in nail art should indicate that the seasons are indeed changing (subtly, though).
While the neon details in the previous manicure were somewhat contained, here they are rapidly approaching freedom – just like us!
Nothing demonstrates the defeat of winter like flowers, does it? And these ones even come in the orange hue of a (probably fake) tan.
If spring nail art fanatics ruled the world, nude manicures would all be overgrown with flowers and there would be nothing that could be done about it. But if the result looked anything like this, we’d be in full support.
There are flowers and then there are butterflies. Spring has sprung!
And here the butterflies have reached a higher state of consciousness.
Spring is the only season in which bunny nail art makes any real sense.
Peach season usually starts in July, so this is spring nail art in anticipation of summer.
A 'natural' manicure indeed.
Some might say spring calls for minimal fuss – and here we have it.
Here’s the vitamin D that’s previously eluded you.
These aren’t necessarily meant to be eggs, but what’s the harm in pretending?
As lovely as the weather gets in spring, it’s still slightly too cold for outdoor swimming. This, however, should suffice.
The yellow background somehow makes this manicure even more joyful.
Bunny ears, that is.
It is not ethical to commit a bunny to nail art without leaving it food.
Here comes the sun (or something that at least symbolises it).
The bare skin warmer weather calls for isn't for everyone, but we love these regardless.
An excellent song by Beach House for an excellent set of nails.
And zebra stripes, for that matter.
Spring still won't be the time for foreign holidays, but that doesn't mean we can't fantasise about them throughout.
The 12th of April in spring nail art form.
*flame react*– quite literally.
Let's not forget that spring is when your selfies will really exceed themselves.
Is there a sweeter bliss than eating cherries outside in the sun?
Some people like spring flings, but we prefer spring frenzies.
What is there to say here aside from 'mood'?
Flowers? In spring? Well, yes.
The green says 'spring', the gold says 'April 12'.