It’s fall time, and with cozy weather comes pumpkin spice lattes, oversized sweaters, and festive nails. Out goes bright, pastel summery sunset themes, and in comes warm browns and reds.
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From studded gothic designs to warm latte-inspired hues, we’ve compiled a list of fall manicure styles you absolutely need to try out. Keep reading and prepare for all the compliments.
Embrace your inner baddie with the lengthy studded goth manicure. This style combines deep, moody jet blacks, dark purples, and rich maroons with intricate studs and metallic accents.
The result? A captivating and edgy manicure that’s perfect for those who want to make a bold statement this fall. Whether you’re attending a spooky-themed event or simply want to showcase your fierce side, the studded goth manicure is a must-try.
If you’re a fan of vibrant autumn foliage, the orange dip manicure was made for you. This style draws inspiration from the stunning shades of changing leaves, featuring a deep burnt orange gradient effect at the tips and fades into a lighter hue at the base. It’s a playful and modern take on a French manicure that perfectly captures traditional fall colors.
Channel the warmth and comfort of your favorite fall red with this cozy cabernet-inspired manicure. This style features deep, wine red shades that evoke feelings of snuggling up by a fireplace with your love. Pair this mani with any autumn outfit, as they’re a versatile and classy choice this fall.
Capture the feeling of a fall morning with this latte nails trend. This manicure style incorporates creamy beige tones, soft caramel hues, and even a hint of ivory mixed in, exuding warmth. Latte nails are the perfect style to pair with your cozy knits and coffee shop outings.
Florals aren’t just for spring! Our personal favorite style, this beautiful rose design features intricate floral designs in rich jewel tones on a stiletto-shaped manicure. The deep reds, purples, and forest greens celebrate autumn’s blooms and beauty. Whether you opt for a full floral pattern or delicately placed accents, this style will have people asking who your manicurist is.
Which one are you going to try this fall? Let us know in the comment section!