Christmas comes, everything takes on a different flavor made of sweetness. Traditions take their place, chasing away the routine and frenzy of everyday life. We get ready for the holidays and inexorably we begin to think about the outifit, to Christmas makeup and Christmas nails.


If you are looking for original and super glam Christmas nails to show off with all your charm during the Christmas holidays with friends and family or during the New Year’s Eve vigil? Well, you are in the right place. With our tips you can find the right inspiration for unique Christmas nails.

Christmas red nails, but also white, pink, green and blue!

Red Christmas nails are a classic, the color par excellence for nails that can be reinterpreted in a thousand different ways. Red nails or red gel nails. Unleash your craving for red nail polish, we have so many of them, normal nail polish, nail polish gel effect or nails gel polish? To make a manicure with red nails we have endless possibilities: if you want long and super shiny nails then apply the gel-polish that ensures durability and shine; apply nail polish if you want to change often all red or a gel effect nail polish to have full color nails and easy to decorate. An easy way to do it could be to have only one Christmas nail per finger using a gold or silver nail polish.

The red should always be polished to a mirror so once the nail polish is perfectly ascended lay out a glossy top coat that protects the color and ensures it will be shiny for days.

The green light is then given to scarlet enamels to decorate with gold tones. The nails for Christmas 2020 can always be embellished and illuminated with metallic and microglitter finish. Are you undecided or do you think red for Christmas doesn’t suit you very well? Then choose the color of the year: blue! Yes, blue enamel may not look like a Christmas color to you but it is acclaimed among the trends for the coming winter season.

Christmas nail decoration

Christmas nail art frees the imagination of nail lovers and nail artists who enjoy drawing on their nails Christmas trees, snowflakes, gift packages, Santa Claus with all the reindeer… But often this type of nail art is difficult to do because it requires a certain manual skill and knowledge of advanced techniques of nail decoration. But don’t worry, we have plenty of tips to make a simple Christmas nail art. The first thing to consider for Christmas nails 2020 are shape and length before deciding on the decoration. If you want to follow the fashion 2020 no very long nails, give a less rounded and more squared cut, and nuances shaded or degraded, which create an optical effect of length even for short nails. Here are some ideas: Red and gold Christmas nails for a sparkling and refined look that goes with any outfit and occasion, perfect also for New Year’s Eve. Red and silver nails if you are looking for a really sophisticated look. If you really can not decorate your nails or you want to change every day the ideal solution are the nail stickers that you can stick and remove with ease, Santa Claus with reindeer, snowflakes, goblins and sleds will no longer be a problem!

Why choose a manicure with gel polish nail for Christmas nails

The advantages of manicure with gel polish are really many, even if we profess the Christmas nail art with gel compared to traditional nail polish: first of all it lasts longer than a normal nail polish manicure making it practical and fast. The steps are simple even if we decide to apply the semi-permanent at home: remove the cuticles, apply the base gel and catalyze in the lamp for a few seconds, apply the colored gel and catalyze in UV lamp and the last step is to fix the color with a specific top coat and then pass the nails under the UV/LED lamp for the last time. It may be necessary to remove the gel dispersion state with a Cleanser. Given the nature of the nail polish, its removal requires a special solvent, if you choose a do-it-yourself removal, we recommend you to read the dedicated article on how to remove the semi-permanent nail polish without damaging the nails.

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