7 #ManiMonday Nail Art Designs You Need to Screengrab

7 #ManiMonday Nail Art Designs You Need to Screengrab

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Getting your nails done is one of those things in life that immediately makes you feel put together. Even if you're having the worst day imaginable, a salon visit can leave you feeling like a new person, all bad thoughts forgotten. So with that in mind, we rounded up some of our favourite new ways to elevate your manicure, and we'll be updating it regularly so you'll never be without #ManiMonday inspiration again. Look out for Byrdie UK's favourite London-based salon too.


Find us someone who doesn't love holographic nails-we dare you. This space-inspired manicure is our new go-to when we want to try something new, and Skinny Dip's brand new salon, Nail Club, in the heart of Covent Garden is the place to check out to fulfill your shimmery nail desires.


Can't pick a colour? Why not go for two? Oh, and did we mention Nail Club is the most Instagrammable place ever? Who doesn't love matching their mani to their surroundings?


Nail art is great, but sometimes you just want something minimal. Why not try something like this Kenzo-inspired manicure, and keep the design to one nail?


Add accents of glitter on the base and tip of the nails to create a subtle design like this. You could switch things up and try coloured glitter, too.


We love this clean white line-effect manicure by Shoreditch Nails' resident nail art queen, Hayley Sams.


Not brave enough for camo-print clothes? Try it on your nails instead. We love this fresh take in pale pinks and oranges by New York-based nail artist Kesang Gurung.


Nail art hack: Always look at nail stylist Betina Goldstein's Instagram account for serious inspiration. We love this Mexicana hermosa flower design.