9 manicure trends that will be everywhere this fall, according to nail experts


It may seem premature to say that we’re already starting to polish our fall shopping lists, but with summer tipping between 90-degree heat and uninterrupted downpours, we frankly feel ready to embrace the season ahead. . Of course, with a new season comes a host of new trends to consider, both in fashion and in style and while we’ve already identified the fall trends you’re going to see everywhere, it’s time to dig into the details. First stop: the nails. And more specifically, the nine fall nail trends that will be everywhere next season.

Sure, we can get a pretty good idea of ​​cool micro nail trends by scrolling through Instagram, but nothing beats expert advice, which is why we brought in some of our favorite pros for their predictions on the nail trends that will dominate the beauty world in fall 2021.

Below you’ll find nine fall nail trends that will make your next manicure anything but boring.

1. Leopard print

“Who doesn’t love a little leopard print? The colors work so well for fall, and it’s a relatively easy look to recreate at home,” says Carla Opoku, founder of Cienna Rose. “I think having just a vertical print stripe gives it a cool vibe rather than having the whole nail in leopard print.”

Have the look:

Cienna Rose Nail Polish in Latte Break ($ ​​9)

“For gand the look, try a light pink base coat and then a vertical stripe of Latte Break down the middle in a latte color, ”suggests Opoku.

Essie Licorice ($ 9)

Finish by applying a few dots of black nail polish.

2. Tourbillons of the 70s

“We’re going to take inspiration from classic Pucci prints and decorate our nails with wavy designs and swirl designs,” Opoku predicts. “Go for fall shades of mocha, taupe, spicy pumpkin and brown. “

Have the look:

OPI Stay neutral ($ 13)

A rich autumnal taupe acts as a perfect base shade or a complimentary shade to brighter colors.

Ella + Mila Because I’m happy ($ 11)

This blazing orange shade leans on the vibes of the 70s and is surprisingly wearable.

3. Minimalist metallic

“Metals are always making a big comeback in the fall, but this season they’ll be very understated and minimalist,” says Opoku. “The muted bases in pink and beige tones will only have a touch of sparkle or foil, making the nails look very chic and wearable – a minimalist manicure at its best!”

Have the look:

Nails Inc. Crystals Made Me Do It Nail Polish Duo ($ 11)

Layer this iridescent shade for a full metallic shine, or apply a single coat for a sheer pop of color. Don’t forget the crystal top coat!

Orly Fairy Godmother ($ 10)

This chrome effect nail polish is very shiny.

4. Matte textures

“Matte nails have a moment, but for those who aren’t ready to brave the full nail art look, you can sport a hint of texture like a French tip or a detail,” says award-winning nail artist Dani Bailey. , and the boss of the OPI nails. “It will enhance a basic manicure in a really cool way.”

Have the look:

OPI Matte Top Coat ($ 11)

Transform any shiny nail polish into a shine-free fall hue with this mattifying top coat from OPI.

OPI Graded Pois-G ($ 11)

Bailey thinks this shade is “matte heaven” when paired with the topcoat.

5. Neutral tones

“Nudes never goes out of style, and natural skin tones are amazing for fall, ”says Bailey. “SIn terms of hape, most people came out of lockdown wanting a more low-key approach to shape and length. Obviously, there are always the more adventurous customers, but as a trend, long stilettos have given way to shorter squovals. However, I think there will soon be a big comeback of almonds! “

Have the look:

Zoya Mia ($ 11)

A timeless and uncluttered fishing that is suitable for everyone.

Sally hansen Buff and tumble ($ 6)

This mid-toned brown looks so chic.

6. Khaki green

According to the manicure experts at Nailberry, there will be an unexpected color on all nails this fall: khaki green. “Cool, contemporary and surprisingly neutral, khaki is the new black, ”they predict.

Have the look:

Nailberry I love you very Matcha ($ 20)

“We have no doubts that this will be one of Nailberry’s most sought-after shades this fall,” predicts a rep for the brand.

OPI Olive for Green ($ 13)

This khaki green is undeniably cool.

7. Deep opulence

One of Hully’s favorite colors is Nailberry’s noirberry, a deep black red that’s set to take off next season. Look for ultra-opaque and totally opulent reds, greens and navies at the darker end of the color spectrum for a sophisticated fall manicure.

Have the look:

Christian Louboutin Bergundy ($ 50)

You can’t get more classic than this deep, dark red from Christian Louboutin.

Essie Adapted by Twilight ($ 12)

This gel quality polish just screams fall.

8. Mix and match shades

London salon Snail & Hare predicts that this fall’s manicures will be inspired by the same color palettes as the fall 2021 runway collections. neutral and contrasting ”. But it’s not just about the nail polish shades used, it’s also about the design. “Abstract nail designs, like the ones created here, are the most popular right now.”

Have the look:

Nails Inc Keep the tonal quad ($ 30)

An array of fall-ready shades that pair perfectly but look just as stunning when worn on their own.

Barry M Cosmetics Custom velvet ($ 25)

This range of fall shades comes in a velvety matte finish so you can embrace two seasonal nail trends at once.

9. Negative space

“The fall / winter nail colors are amazing, but people are going to contrast the colors with negative space next season,” says Loretta Walker, OPI’s nail patron. “Geometric lines will also be very popular as the next season approaches.”

Have the look:

Opi 7th & Flower Nail Polish ($ 11)

A negative space mani allows the space to play with more vivid undertones, like this brilliant magenta from OPI’s Downtown LA collection.

Dior Red Cinema ($ 28)

This spicy orangey red is perfect for the transition to fall.

Next: Fall Beauty Hall of Fame: The Best Products That Deserve Your Attention

This article originally appeared on Who What Wear UK.

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