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These are the nail polish trends that will be big in 2022

Haven’t you heard? Nail polish is back.

We know you love your gels, but the pandemic has brought back some of the more ‘undone’ beauty trends, like at-home nails.

So what colours are popular?

Green had its moment in 2021, but we predict bright blues and pinks will prove popular as the new year gets underway.

And don’t forget, anyone can wear nail polish… so get shopping!.

Essie Win Me Over Muted Khaki nail polish

Go green

Buy it for £7.99 from Boots.

Green was a huge trend for nails at the end of last year, and we reckon it’s set to continue.

This green shade is muted enough to look elegant, but will still stand out.

Orly Downpour Whatever

Chase away the January blues

Buy it for £12.75 from Orly Beauty.

2022 is all about the colour blue, and this sky blue polish is a fun take on the trend.

Plus it’s breathable, helping your nail beds to stay strong and healthy.

Revlon Ultra HD Snap in Red And Real

Classic red

Buy it for £7.99 from Superdrug.

Vintage inspired-reds never go out of fashion, and this deeper shade is no exception.

It’s also full coverage, meaning you’ll be good to go after just one coat.

Nails Inc U Ok Hun?

A fave for all huns

Buy it for £9 from Look Fantastic.

If you want hun vibes, then this barbie pink shade is vibrant and super cute.

Plus it’s vegan and cruelty free.

Essie ExprEssie Quick Dry Orange Coral Red 160

Summer brights

Buy it for £7.99 from Boots.

Bring a pop of colour to dull winter days with this funky orange shade.

Thanks to the Quick Dry formula, you can get your whole manicure sorted in just a few minutes.

Nailberry in No Regrets

So regal

Buy it for £15 from Nailberry.

Nothing says luxury like a deep purple-red.

And Nailberry’s formula is super glossy, helping your nails look even more expensive.


Credit: Original article published here.

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