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FOURTH OF JULY IS THE TIME FOR THEMED MANIS
While there are plenty of Fourth of July-inspired cocktails, food and crafts to try, a festive mani is the cherry on top for any holiday celebration. Why not shake things up a bit this holiday with some bold Fourth of July nail designs? The fourth of July is a holiday with bold designs and colors which is perfect to experiment and try a new nail design.
Make your holiday manicure stand out with these fourth of July nails. From detailed holiday spirit, to bold accent nails, you will find the perfect nail art for your Independence Day celebration below.
NAIL COLORS THAT REMIND OF JULY 4TH
Celebrate Independence Day with the famous colors of the American flag — gorgeous red, white, and blue nail designs.
Let's be real: Red, white, and blue tie-dye might be the most American thing ever, and we love it! Upgrade your Independence Day beyond the fireworks and barbecues by rocking patriotic nail art this summer in red, white, and blue.
But this special American day doesn’t mean that we have to choose these three colors only. No matter what color (or lack thereof) you’re sporting on your nails right now, there’s no reason why you can’t think outside the box this year for truly fabulous Fourth of July nails.
After all, we’re already celebrating the land of the free and the home of the brave — who says gorgeous nails can’t be part of that?
NAIL DESIGNS BASED ON AMERICAN SYMBOLS
Get inspired by the images below and show off your American pride with fun nail designs, ranging from subtle stripes and simple stars to full-blown tie-dye tips and glitter galore!
Stars are a go-to pattern for this festive holiday. Nothing says the 4th of July like being loud and proud, so make your nails pop by adding large stars over your manicure.
If subtlety is your style and you opt for stripes more than stars, an easy way to show your patriotism is with thin, clean lines in tones inspired by our flag.
It’s time to give one of your nails the spotlight. Whether it is the ring finger, pinkie or thumb, add a bold pattern so it stands out on its own.
American Flag Designs
Now is the time to be bold and show off the American Flag with pride. Whether you choose to have a single accent flag, or create a modern take on the flag, patriotic nails will be perfect for your holiday.
Upgrade the traditional flag design by painting on vertical lines in each patriotic color.
Patriotic Tie Dye
Join in on the most playful trend of the summer by splashing red, white, and blue polish onto your nails for a pop of color.
Fireworks aren’t the only thing shimmering on the 4th. Find a glittery polish in a single shade that keeps your nails shining bright all day.
Love a little extra sparkle and shine on the big day? Glitter will never go out of style, so why not continue the trend on your nails?
Let's face it: You cannot go wrong with a bedazzle moment. Whether you decorate all your nails or make a statement on your ring finger, the possibilities are endless. And when the light hits just right, your nails will be on full display.
Floral Print Nail Art
Floral nail art isn't just for spring. Put a Fourth of July twist on them by painting them in red and blue polish. All you need is a dotting tool to create five small circles and voilá, blossoms.
What better way to wear your cute polka dot summer dress than with a manicure to match? A nail dotting tool, a toothpick or a bobby pin will do the trick. Dip the tool into your nail polish and start dotting it onto your nails.
Meet American flag dotticure! So cute, so bubbly, so America, so vintage!
Yup, matte nails are making a comeback. Goodbye shiny gel manis, you're taking the backseat for now. Try the look in red, white or blue matte polish or alternate all three shades on your different nails.
THE BOTTOM LINE:
Well the 4th of July is right around the corner and I know many of you will want to do your nails up for the big day! Whether you decide to have white sparkly nails, detailed patriotic nails, or simple American tip nail designs, these chic nail art styles will make your 4th of July nails pop.