21 Inspired Nail Art Designs For A Valentine’s Day Manicure

Whether you’re the one to blush at the sight of chocolates and roses from your lover or make sure to double mask because love is in the air— I think we can all agree that bae or no bae, Valentine’s Day is a great time to give yourself a little extra pampering. So dip your claws in Barbiecore pink and paint on those hearts. Here are 21 Valentine’s Day nail art designs that we’re crushing on right now:

Valentine’s Day Nail Art Designs

1. Red Velvet

Stay on trend with a velvet manicure as you cosy up with a loved one.

2. Get In The ‘Moo’d

Strawberry milk anyone?

3. Coloured Chrome

Keep it sweet and simple with a nude base topped with chrome hearts.

4. Bejewled Tips

Not a fan of nail art? Try rhinestones instead. Tasteful bling is in this year!

5. Sheer Black

Think black sheer stockings but make it V-day approved.

6. One Love

Don’t just say it, spell it out.

7. Pop Art Heart

Take the comic book route with pop art hearts.

8. White Hearts

Don’t want to give up your clean girl aesthetic for reds and pinks? Try white and silver instead.

9. Love Drip

Popsicle nails for when you find the one worth melting for.

10. Skittle Tips

Skittle nails with a V-day twist.

11. Singing The Blues

The only kind of Valentine’s day blues we’re interested in.

12. Tortoise Shell Hearts

Step away from the conventional red hearts with a tortoise shell finish.

13. Heart Doodles

You can never have too many hearts.

14. I Burn For You

Replace your basic french tips with flames of love.

15. Sweetheart Kisses

Smother your sweetheart (and nails) with kisses.

16. Into You

Keep it pretty, keep it pink.

17. All You Need Is Love

A metallic finish nail polish can instantly add a new dimension to your manicure.

18. Lip Gloss Nails

Move over glazed donut, lip gloss nails are taking over.

19. Just A Touch Of Your Love

It’s all in the details.

20. Retro Swirls

Swirls and bubble hearts make for the perfect Y2K manicure.

21. Pearls And Bows

Infuse some vintage energy into your manicure with intricate pearls and bows.

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