10 nail designs to welcome Christmas

Ho Ho Ho! Start the month on the right foot and go for one of these super cute, colorful, and trendy Christmas nail designs. (10 nail designs to welcome Christmas)

Ah, Christmas, that long-awaited time of year is finally knocking on our door and there is nothing that excites us more. Putting up the tree, decorating the house and preparing Christmas snacks are some of our favorite activities of the month, but above all, at Glamor, we are fans of getting our manicures with seasonal motifs.

10 nail designs to welcome Christmas
10 nail designs to welcome Christmas

If the same thing happens to you, we have good news, because we have made a compilation of the coolest and most trending nail designs for Christmas this year. Below, you can see the images with ideas for inspiration and some tips in case you want to ask your manicurist or do it yourself. Get ready to take screenshots.

Reindeer with glitter:

If you like your nails to be overflowing with Christmas, but want to keep your hands cute and appropriate, try this idea that mixes cappuccino colors, glitter polishes and reindeer faces on your nails. They are really adorable and easy to do with the right nail polishes and a brush or toothpick.

Reindeer with glitter
Reindeer with glitter

Candy canes:

The iconic Christmas treats are candy canes and colored mints, and there is a way to paint them on your nails without losing style. How? Playing with the colors in the French tip. You only need to paint a French manicure red and put white stripes so that the result resembles that of these sweets.

Candy canes
Candy canes

French Santa Claus:

Another perfect idea for a Christmas French tip is to place two colored lines, white and red, and paint details to simulate a Santa Claus hat. You like? If you don’t want to burden your manicure too much, place this little detail on a couple of fingers and leave the rest with a layer of red.

French Santa Claus
French Santa Claus

Christmas tree silhouette:

For those who love minimalist and chic nail designs, it doesn’t get any better than this Christmas tree silhouette idea on transparencies. The key to succeeding with it is to make loose and organic strokes, and paint one half on one finger and the counterpart on the other so that when they come together, the complete image is appreciated.

Christmas tree silhouette

Splash of colors:

Now, if reindeer or Santas are not your thing, you can give this splash of green with red dots a try that represents an abstract image of a Christmas tree. It is not complicated and it does not matter that the details are not perfect, so it is a nail art suitable for any level of experience.

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Splash of colors
Splash of colors

Christmas branches:

We know that the meaning of Christmas wreaths is beautiful and that is why we suggest you paint a fraction of them on your nails: You just have to cover the tip (like a French mani) with glitter polish and paint green branches with some snowflakes and spheres, like the ones in the next photo.

Christmas branches
Christmas branches

Textures and snow:

The favorite Christmas outfit is a cozy sweater and, the best part, is that you can now wear its woven texture on your nails! It is enough to trace the pattern of a knitted sweater on the transparent nail, let it dry, go over the polish in these areas again and cover the entire nail with a color to make it look raised.

Textures and snow
Textures and snow

Snowflakes:

Snowflakes are a powerful nail design trend for winter 2020-2021 and we have several ideas for you to join. The first is to place a snowflake over the entire transparent nail and place the white tip as in the next idea inspo. The second proposal is to paint the entire nail white and trace small flakes on top of silver and blue colors.

Snowflakes
Snowflakes

Christmas leaves:

If you want some classic and discreet Christmas nails, follow these steps: Paint three nails nude and two red for each hand. Next, on the lighter colors, draw red dots and green leaves on the sides to simulate the decorations of the season and finish by applying a transparent glitter.

Christmas leaves
Christmas leaves

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