Tie dye nails are trendy this year, and now it’s at our fingertips; After months of not making a nail salon appointment, it’s no surprise that we all go manicure crazy when we first get the chance to sit in a salon chair. The nail design is fun and flirtatious, and as opposed to 2021 so far, we fully embrace the tie-dye nail trend, whether it’s a monochrome nail idea or a full-color nail inspiration.
What’s the best thing about trends? If you’re not ready to access your manicure technology yet, recreating it at home is very easy – arm yourself with four polished colors and a manicure brush or sponge, and you’re ready to go.
1.Stiletto summer tie dye nails
You can also wear tie-dye in a more minor and more pretty way. Take, for example, the latest work by Los Angeles artist Julie Ventura. Summer is the best vacation of year to have fun with colorful nails. The best summer outfits are bright, beautiful, allowing you to spend more time at the beach enjoying a vacation or weekend than maintaining your manicures.
2.Coffin summer tie dye nails
Of course, tie-dye manicures aren’t entirely new — it’s a technique that has been popular for years, but we’ve never seen it look this good. By employing a pretty tie-dye look (we’re big fans of the denim blue look below) and a dreamy blend of pastel, our favorite artist, managed to turn this trend from ’60s popular’ to refreshing chic, and we can’t help but be mesmerized.
3.Square summer tie dye nails
4.Red summer tie dye nails
5.Almond summer tie dye nails
6.Full summer tie dye nails
7.Short summer tie dye nails
As she explained in her post, “Adding negative space to tie-dye makes it interesting and gives it more depth.” Ventura also mitigated this trend slightly by turning them into stripes rather than covering the entire nail with color.