New nail trend alert, people!
Nail art trends tend to move and change very quickly and unexpectedly. From French tips to negative space – fads come in fast and furious. But the latest manicure trend has us scratching our heads – dew drop nails.
What Is It?
Dew drop nails are part of the ongoing 3D manicure craze, which was influenced by Korean and Japanese manicure techniques. You may wear them however you like; browse social media to see the eye-catching styles – mermaid vibes, minimalist chic interpretations, fairycore designs, and even Y2K-inspired ideas. You may switch the style from charming to wacky in a matter of seconds by adjusting the base colour and how the tiny droplets are applied.
Despite how authentic the “droplet” manicure appears to be, the glossy beads that appear to be drops of water on the nails are actually globs of transparent nail paint or firm gel that have been placed in a way that gives your nails a 3D feel.
How To Do It
Lovin’ this trend? Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to “nail” it!
Step 1: First, give yourself a basic manicure. To avoid having the entire picture ruined, remove the previous coating and treat the cuticles. Shape the nails into the required form.
Step 2: Apply a layer of basic polish to the nails. The primary coating will be laid gently and smoothly.
Step 3: Apply two layers of the primary coating. Applying the second layer should be done after the first layer has dried.
Step 4: Start making the droplets on the nails in a random pattern after dipping the dotting tool into the top polish. You can choose the size and shape of them. Small and large droplets should be alternated for the pattern to look natural. Making perfectly round drops and even drips is not necessary, because flowing drops will appear more authentic. When you’re done, dry the single nail in the lamp to give the drips more volume and smoothness.
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There are numerous ways to participate in this latest nail art fad. Here are some dew drop nail design ideas to get you going. They are show-stoppers! We wish you luck in finding your next manicure!
Consider applying a pastel gradient with dew drops for a summery, vivacious manicure that makes you want to dance by the pool. You’ll appear to have just performed a cannonball.
Lay down a velvety, chrome, or silver base, then add a few clear dew drops on top for an especially eye-catching manicure. It will increase the dazzle while bringing out the glitter underneath.
Cat Eye Dew Drop
These nails, which are once more a play on textures (how fun! ), have a stunning cat eye green foundation that is topped with dew drops.
Feeling like a Pisces? With the addition of a 3D water drop effect and a Koi pond, this is demonstrated in the greatest way imaginable.
You can never go wrong with a black mani. In fact, the acrylic droplets actually resemble water thanks to the matte black foundation.
Some nail artists use a single, enormous droplet of dew rather than several smaller ones, frequently with a natural design underneath which the droplet amplifies. It appears to be something you’d see while taking a morning stroll through the park.
Clear Dew Drop
Nail technician Rebecca Ramsdale was able to produce a glassy dewdrop manicure that precisely fits the name of this trend by utilising clear building gel.
Neon Chrome Dew Drop
The three nail trends for 2023 are chrome, neon, and Barbiecore pink, and this mani by celebrity nail artist Brittney Boyce incorporates all three, resulting in a very eye-catching set.
A simple but stunning interpretation of the trend that uses lovely green water droplets.
Stiletto Dew Drop
Dewdrop nails come in a variety of forms, dimensions, and hues. Less plump blobs are used in this vibrant manicure, but they nevertheless add a special 3D accent. The style was created by nail artist Angel My Linh using Nail Order Long Stiletto Tinted Tips.