10 Winter Nail Designs to Try in 2024.

Douyin nails have gone viral on TikTok, and we can see why. "Douyin nails embody a youthful and fun aesthetic, perfect for expressing your creativity," nail artist Jin Soon Choi told POPSUGAR earlier.  

Douyin Nails

Hot-Chocolate Nails 

The best winter accessory is hot-chocolate nails. The color is ideal for getting you in the mood for winter and beyond. "It's brown, but in a rich, creamy, deeply pigmented shade that evokes the warmth of a cup of hot chocolate,"

"Blueberry Milk" Nails

Blueberry-milk nails have been trending on social media recently, owing to their popularity among celebrities such as Zendaya. 

Half-Moon Nails

Half-moon nails were fashionable during Hollywood's Golden Age, but they've lately made a reappearance and are ideal for winter. "The half-moon nail-art trend represents yet another interesting variation of the french manicure

Black Glam Nails

This year, embrace your moodier side by going with black glam nails for your winter manicure design. "Black glam nails are essentially just different variations of black nails and nail art," POPSUGAR previously quoted celebrity manicurist Mary Sol Inzerillo as saying. 

Wallpaper Nails

Wallpaper nails showcase patterns that were popular in houses in the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s. The trend is gaining traction as a result of New York Fashion Week runway looks.

V-Cut French Manicure

If standard french manicures bore you, consider the V-cut or chevron french manicure. Tammy Taylor, famous manicurist and founder of Tammy Taylor Nails, recently told POPSUGAR, "Instead of a smile line, you create a deep V, also known as a chevron."

Glazed-Doughnut Nails

Think again if you thought you'd seen the last of the glazed-doughnut nail fad. Hailey Bieber's trademark manicure will be popular in winter 2024.

Star Nails

Nothing says "winter" like a heavenly manicure, and the fanciful design is ideal for the season. Use gray and blue nail polish for the foundation and silver and gold for the detailing.

Metallic Nails

"We always see demand for metallics around the holiday season," says Nadine Abramcyk, cofounder and head of brand at New York City's Tenoverten. You can use a metallic polish on your own fingernail to produce a solid manicure or to construct various nail-art styles. 

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