The seasons are changing, and it’s time for a new aesthetic with a fresh vibe for your nails. Many colors, like burnt orange, mustard yellow and olive green are on trend for October.
Your nails deserve to have a reinvigorated essence around them. Whether you’re an acrylic, press-on or gel-x girlie, there are many new designs to enjoy.
As you begin to reorganize your fall closet and decorate for the new season, here’s a curated list of the best designs for your fall claws that will have everyone wanting the same look.
Get ready to experience pumpkin spice everything, including this nail design. Those who aren’t fans of the scent can still join the wave with the reimagined nail structure covered with hints of orange and brown. You’re bound to get compliments with the added gems and artistic creations.
Fall Groovy Vibe
Who says fall nails have to be plain and simple? This is the time to have fun with different patterns and textures on your hands. The groovy nail vibe creates a nostalgic image on your nail beds and you can add other accessories that accentuate the different colors.
Let’s face it: brown will be a top trending color in the salon, but that doesn’t mean you can’t stand out. This season, the monochrome look can create a different look for your nails that you can be creative with and not stick to one standard color palette.
When Fall arrives, we often talk about nudes and oranges, but olive green deserves a spotlight. The deep color can help many of your outfits pop with the muted tone it provides in various patterns and fabrics.
Mattes has become a staple texture for your hands in the colder months. It creates a sleek and unique aura when you want to switch up your typical nail look. With matte, you can test unusual imprints that make an individualistic design.
Classic Fall Prints
You can never go wrong with patterns like snakeskin, leopard and cheetah print on your hands. These layouts can be a step outside the box that aren’t the simplistic fall colors and add spice to your entire look.
About Kenyatta: Clark Atlanta University and Medill School alumna Kenyatta Victoria is the Girls United writer covering everything from news, pop culture, lifestyle, and investigative stories. When not reporting, she’s diving deep into her curated playlists or binging her favorite comfort shows.