The Spring Nail Trends to Try Now

Spring has sprung which means it's time to retire your winter-themed nail designs, and replace them with something a bit more cheery and colourful. 

From pastel pinks and sorbet shades to fresh takes on the French manicure, there are so many different ways to show off your springtime joy. 

Whether you're looking for the latest spring nail trends or just some inspiration for your next manicure, we've got your nails covered...


White Nails

White Who says winter whites can't work in the springtime? These simple nails are ultra-chic and modern and perfect for the 2021 bride-to-be. 

The New French Manicure

There's nothing more classic than a French tip. Give your '00s favourite a fresh take with a rounded shape instead of square or add a springy twist by having a pastel colour on the tips instead of typical white.


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A Touch of Sparkle

Bored of a gradient mani but don't want to attempt any other nail art? Add a touch of sparkle to your regular manicure with a glitter statement nail or amp up a subtle sheer pink with tons of shimmer to keep things interesting.

Nude Nails

For the true minimalists out there, nude nails is all you need. This year, less is more with nude and neutral nail designs becoming a trend. Try a reverse french style with some intricate nail art to keep your nails interesting. 


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Sorbet Shades

One trend that is sure to catch on this season is the sorbet colour palette. Pretty pastels and sorbet nail colours are bright, simple and cute for spring. If solid sorbets are too simple for you, opt for modern colour blocking which will cut the sweetness of the sorbet shades.

Pretty Pastels

Pastels are fresh, youthful, and fun so pastel pink or purple nail polish is a must for any spring look. 2021 will be full of soft pinks, pale yellow, and baby blue or lavender hues.


Book in for a spring manicure or pedicure at Duck & Dry now and get a free glass of prosecco!