These Coffin Nail Designs Ideas Are Goals
Coffin nail designs have been a big hit for the last couple of years. Now they are probably on the peak. Every celebrity fashionista has been slaying this nail shape, starting from the Kardashians to Rihanna and Queen B. Throughout the history of the coffin nail shape, also called ballerina nails, its designs evolved. Both summer and winter nail trends can be adjusted to the coffin nail shape, and this is the coolest part about them.
Long Pastel Pink Coffin Nails
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Whether it’s because of your buttoned-up job or you’re simply tired of vibrant colors on your nails, but you feel like going for something more low-key and neutral? Pastel nails in dusty pink color are a perfect option that will ideally suit both the formal and casual ambiance while still making your manicure look wonderful. If you think that a solid color would come out rather plain, we assure you that on long coffin pastel pink nails design is unnecessary, as the shape does the job.
White Coffin Nails With An Accent
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We cannot overstate enough how outstanding white coffin nails appear. This color of pure innocence gains a daring and saucy flair when sported on such a bold shape. The white color can also be a perfect canvas for various nail designs, especially when you draw inspiration from nature. Add a flowing pattern to a couple of nails, and you’ll get an amazing marble effect. For a glamorous touch, embellish the marble nails with two parallel lines of gold striping tape. Marbleous!
Pink And White Ombre Coffin Nails
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French manicure is timeless. It comes in different shapes, lengths and even colors. Thanks to such sheer versatility, basically every beauty can find a style to match her tastes and needs. Here’s a modern take on a classic French mani. It starts off with a nude pink shade at the bottom of the nails and melts smoothly into milky white tips, which makes it a gold standard of ombre nails. Optionally, you can adorn your French manicure with gold rhinestones and jewelry to match.
Short Gold Colored Coffin Shaped Nails
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So that you or your nail tech would have enough space to create beautiful coffin nail designs, you shouldn’t necessarily go with an extended length. Short coffin nails also allow such adornments as gold glitter, rhinestones and raised nail designs, so why not to try combining all of them in one manicure? If this still doesn’t seem enough for you, a couple of matte nails will put a period to this rich design.
Burgundy Coffin Nails With A Glitter Accent
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Some may consider coffin burgundy nails a little too much. However, if you have a relish for a bold and dramatic style, this is a perfect choice to show off your inclination into the extravagant side. You may also play around with finishes pairing a glossy appearance with a matte one. For a dose of regal air, highlight your ring finger nails with a pink glitter accent.
Nude Nails With Glitter Tips And Rhinestones Accents
Nude nails are a perfectly suitable option for a myriad of casual and professional occasions. They not only give your manicure an elegant and noble touch but also elongate your fingers making your hands look dainty and aristocratic. A nude coating allows you to add multiple coffin nail designs at the same time without making your mani look overdone. Rhinestone patterns placed at the nail bottoms wonderfully complement both of the glittery accents, the solid and the French-tip one.
Coffin Nails Designs With Stones
Rhinestones are always a great embellishment for coffin nail designs. Thanks to an extreme versatility, they offer you countless design options, which range in color, shape and size. Rhines can be used to create a striking contrast with the base nail color as well as to echo it. Being sparkly nails gain a glamorous and luxurious feel, which balances out a bit rough and fierce coffin nails look. Note though that gems should not necessarily be the only design element of the manicure. They can enhance the creative pattern or elaborate nail art on your nails.
Glitter Coffin Nails Design
You may think that glitter coffin shaped nails are less snazzy than those with rhinestones. Yet, it often depends on the amount and density of the sparkles, not their type. Unlike studs, going with glitter allows you to cover the whole nail with it without looking kitschy. What’s more, glitter offers you more control, as you can vary its intensity. At the end of the day, a prominent shape is what really makes your manicure stand out whereas all the coffin nail designs only work as an enhancement.
Matte Coffin Nails Design for Beautiful Look
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Although we tend to gravitate to a more dewy and glossy finish in makeup during cold months, our nails instead become matter. Matte nails came into vogue quite a long time ago. However, they’re definitely very much here to stay. Painting your coffin-shaped nails with matte nail polish is a fashion statement that can’t be overlooked. Thus, you may want to skip on additional decoration or at least, keep it simple.
And, of course, options for the bravest ones. If you really want your manicure to stand out from the crowd, try these ideas. What can be more creative than a geometric design combined with a transparent base and matte finish? Go for a white or pink floral design on a nude base for a kind of more elegant look. Colorful foil designs are also a great match to your coffin shape nails.
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