6 gel nail polish trends to look out for in 2020 | Chroma Gel

6 gel nail polish trends to look out for in 2020

The new year will soon be upon us and this means exciting new nail trends for you to discover. If you love to wear the very latest nail trends, carry on reading as below we share 6 gel nail polish trends to look out for in 2020.

1. Animal prints

Animal print fashion is going to be huge in 2020 and this will be reflected on your nails. Black and white glossy zebra prints look super cute, while orange and black tiger stripes are fabulous for that girly night out.

2. Be bold and bright

When planning a fun night out, a huge trend for 2020 is that of bold and shimmering nails. Metallic will remain a big trend, but this time they will be adorned with nail gems and added glitter.

3. Mini French manicure

Next spring we will see the emergence of the mini French manicure. This offers a twist on this classic look. The base will still be pale pink but the new look will have added gloss and shine. The white tip will also be shorter and blunt, making it a more practical look to wear.

4. Pale yellows

Pastels are always a big nail trend for spring, but the new season will see the introduction of pale yellows. This is such a feminine and pretty look. For added shine add a clear glossy Chroma gel nail polish top coat.

5. All shades of cream

One of the biggest trends for 2020 is that nails will be cream. You can go for the simple look with glossy cream-gel nail polish, or young can add pretty nail art in shades of pinks and pale oranges. It looks so fresh.

6. The minimalist look

If you prefer subtle gel nail polish colours as opposed to bold and bright then the good news is that 2020 is your year. Simply opt for clear gel nail polish to add strength and shine to the nail, and then decorate with minimalist nail art that you love.

To find out more about all the very latest Chroma gel nail polish shades and colours and for further inspiration, please do browse our website today.

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