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There may still be some pumpkins on doorsteps, but Halloween is history in the world of nail art - Christmas has arrived early.
Google last week reported a 250 percent increase in searches for "Christmas nail art designs" in a single day, proving that we are indeed proactive when it comes to planning our festive season manis.
A simple way to ease into the holiday season, no reindeer knit required, there are numerous design options.
To really get into the holiday spirit, adorn your nails with tiny tinsel trails or delicate snowflakes.
Warm colors, such as gingerbread and spice, work well as a base shade. If you're not sure if you want to go full kitsch, limiting the design to one nail or just the tips is a good way to incorporate some holiday cheer.
Starting with candy canes, Santa hats, and mistletoe garlands is a good place to start.If you're looking for something a little less obvious, chrome is still having a moment.
To spice things up, skip the all-over glaze and instead use it as an accent, such as on the tips, half-moons, or as a spray of twinkling stars.
For a more modern, textural take on something traditional, experiment with pops of glitter or pretty gemstone placement.
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