January is the month when you start to feel better, so we have a whole new set of nail designs. Choose the best one and share with your friends on Facebook!
We’ve been looking forward to the new year for months now and we’re more than ready to start fresh.
That being said, we thought it was only fitting to share some inspiration with you all — our favorite looks from January’s nails:
- Rose gold glitter
- Cricut-style designs
- Bright colors
January is a great time to try out new nail designs. The month of January is all about fresh starts, so why not start with your nails? A fresh new look for your nails can be the perfect way to ring in the New Year.
Here are some of our favorite January nail designs:
Snowflake nails. If you’re looking for something simple and elegant, snowflake nails are a great choice. They look beautiful on any color nail polish and can be done by anyone. The best part about this design is that it’s easy to do at home!
Striped nails. Striped nails are another great option if you’re looking for something quick and easy to do at home. This design looks great on long or short nails, but it will take some time if you want to get it right! If you don’t feel like drawing all of those lines yourself, you can always go to a salon and have them do it for you!
Leopard print nails. Leopard print is another classic nail design that never goes out of style! This design works well on long or short nails, but it will take some time if you want to get it right! If
January is a great time to start getting your nails in tip-top shape. While it’s too cold for me to paint my nails, I can still make them look good. Here are some tips that I use:
1) File your nails down and shape them into a square shape. This will give you a nice base to start with when you paint them.
2) Apply a base coat to protect the nail from staining and drying out.
3) Paint your nails in whatever color you like (I usually go for pink). If you have time, let the polish dry before moving on to step 4. If not, just wait until they’re dry enough so they won’t smudge while you’re working on them.
4) Use an orange stick dipped in nail polish remover (or acetone) to gently buff out any imperfections left after painting (such as bubbles). Be careful not to get any remover on the skin around your nail or it will dry out and peel off!