Christmas Gel Trends You Need for 2017

December 5, 2017

One of the best things about Christmas is the opportunity to get away with some fabulous, sparkling red nails. Not that we can't get away with at Halloween, but it's not quite as delightfully received...!

 

We love customers to come in with creative ideas for their nails, which is why we've rounded up our favourites gel nail trends of 2017 so far.

 

Think we're missing your favourite Christmas trend so far? Let us know! You can book your gel nails in time for Christmas using our contact page, or our online booking form

 

1. Winter-Wonderland inspired nails

Is there anything cosier at Christmas time than cuddling up on the sofa while the fire roars and the snow falls outside? These nails give you the perfect idea of Christmas - all white snow and big Christmas trees, which is why we love them! Original link here.  

 

2. Glittering and Green

Christmas isn't just about red (although we do love a bit of festive red, as you'll see!) Green is another great festive colour that you can rock at the office as well as the Christmas party. We love the cute addition of the holly sprig to really make these nails stand out. Original link here.

 

3. Rudolph and Red

When it comes to Christmas, you're allowed to go all out. These nails do exactly that, with a glossy glitter coating to really bring the read to the forefront. We love the cute addition to Rudolph's nose as well! Original link here. 

 

4. Going for Gold

This is a really nice example of how you can mix and match your gel styles to great effect this Christmas. Add some sparkle with gold polish and a gel coating, but keep it professional by mixing in a neutral beige or taupe colour. Original link here. 

 

5. Breaking the colour mould

You don't have to succumb to silver/gold/green/red during the festive season. Adding a bit of sparkle to any colour can make them festive and fabulous, such as these beautiful nails that use a combination Original link here.

 

6. Glitter ombre

The ombre trend has been a huge one this year, and Christmas is no exception. These nails combine a 3D-effect red polish with some in your face gold glitter for a bauble-esque look that we love. Original link here.

 

5. Cute & Grey

Sometimes you don't want red nails - and we understand that. Red might not be your favourite colour, or perhaps you have to tone it down for work. Grey is always a glassy choice, and you can make this style more professional by selecting a matte grey to interweave with the statement nails.

Original link here. 

 

6. Black and Gold LBD Nails

Is it even a Christmas party if you're not wearing black and gold? Accessorise like a boss this Christmas with matching nails. The best part of these is you can keep your black nails until the day of the party and then overlay with gold glitter to really create that WOW effect. Original link here.  

 

7. It's like Candy Canes for Christmas

Sometimes, we just want to go traditional. These nails mix the combination of a sleek white nail with a candy-cane effect and some statement nails. You can tone it down by removing one of the statement designs, or mix it up by having the candy-cane nail as your base nail. Original link here. 

 

 

8. Subtle Santa Detail

The Christmas detailing on these nails is really subtle, which is why we love them! These are great if your job doesn't allow outlandish or creative designs as you can keep the shiny red polish and then add Santa over the top! Original link here. 

 

If you love gel nails, don't forget to check out 6 Things You Need To Know About Gels! 

 

You can book your gel nails in time for Christmas using our contact page, or our online booking form.

 

We’re always happy do some something unique for you if you want something special this Christmas. Let us know what you want and we will work with you on what we can create!

Please be aware that delicate nail art takes longer, so it incurs an additional charge, which we can estimate for you when you call to book your appointment. 

 

 

 

 

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