Nail Art

The 10 Best Spring Nail Art Designs of 2023

Diane Bondareff

If you try one nail art and manicure trend this spring, make it chrome. Silver, bronze, any metallic at all—done in both opaque and sheer formulas, chrome nails were seen on so many runways this season. But some trends from past seasons were also here to stay, like embellished nails with gems and logos as well as the classic French manicure done so delicately you might think there was no polish at all. Ahead, the 10+ nail trends you’re going to see everywhere in the spring.

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Call them Hailey Bieber nails, Glazed Donut nails, or whatever you want—chrome nails are simply the biggest nail trend of spring 2023. At Fe Noel, the silver-white chrome was painted on almost sheer, giving the most Instagrammable effect.

A more opaque take on the fresh chrome trend was seen at Victor Glemaud.

At Christian Cowan, it was all about silver chrome tips.

Not into silver? Try the trend in a deep bronze, as seen at Bronx Banco.

“I was inspired to create a chrome glaze jelly nail by KISS which tied into Rebecca’s modern day woman. The all white color palette with bold embellishments worked perfectly with the highlighted crystal nail accents,” Gina Edwards, celebrity nail artist and KISS Brand Ambassador, says.

At Tommy Hilfiger, one of the nail looks designed by artist Naomi Yasuda was a classic silver chrome.


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Models at Tommy Hilfiger walked with a few trendy nail looks, but our favorite was by far the preppy horizontal stripes done in maroon and navy that perfectly coordinated with the clothing.

More is more for spring 2023—so nails should have at least one thing glued to them this season. At Fe Noel, money-inspired nails got the rhinestone treatment.

At Monse, sage green. nails were accented with the addition of two bubbles.

At Luar, nails were painted shades of nude, black, and blue and accented with a three-dimensional logo design.

At LoveShackFancy, nails were done in the prettiest patterns—like this delicate floral—and accented with an outline of rhinestone gems.

Much like chrome, the French manicure isn’t going anywhere either. At Brandom Maxwell, Jin Soon Choi used her Pixie and Ube polishes to create this clean look.

The same look was done at Fendi, but this time with JinSoon polish in Dew and Pat McGrath’s Supreme White.

“I wanted to create a nail to match the inspiration behind the collection and the beauty of the interior of Stacey’s home—a colorful, bold French nail to complement the whimsy of the collection,” says Edwards.

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