I don’t know about you, but I think themed celebrations over the Christmas season are the nicest part of the holiday. I’m the type of person who enjoys curling up in soft jammies, drinking eggnog, and indulging in all the festive foods I can find. The most enjoyable activity, though? getting all decked out in holiday attire, which does include Christmas dip nail art.
If I’m being completely honest, I participate in every holiday-themed nail craze, from Easter to Thanksgiving, but if you celebrate Christmas, Christmas nails truly stand out. I’m referring to small snowflakes, gingerbread nail decals, and all the festive hues, including red, green, gold, and even black.
You can choose from 65 of the cutest Christmas dip nail art ideas I could find for inspiration, whether you like a stunning, understated design or you want your nails to actually resemble a Christmas tree.
There is no doubt that these Christmas dip nail designs will impress your coworkers at the company party or your family at meals, but there is also no condemnation if you want to spend hours decorating your nails just to admire them while drinking hot cocoa alone.
To view the most spectacular nail designs, which range from a Christmas-themed spin on the French manicure to a regal jewels mani that will make you feel like the royalty you are, keep scrolling.
These adorable gingerbread Christmas decorations
The brilliance of these nails is that these tiny ornaments are surrounded by more subtle, shimmery-but-still-festive hues, so they’re a holiday surprise. If your hand coordination isn’t steady enough to paint it, gingerbread nail stickers will be your BFF here.
These ornamental holiday nails are green and gold
However, I understand if over-the-top Christmas decorations aren’t your style. Take a look at these holiday manicures in green, gold, and white that only require brushes of different thicknesses to achieve. Even if they are impressionistic, everyone will understand what you’re aiming for because you’ll match the tree and the eggnog.
The brown French tip Christmas dip nails art
Christmas dip nail art need not be limited to the traditional white, and gold hues. A lovely, vibrant brown will work just as well! Your matte French ends will literally seem like a piece of a tree house if you add little shimmer to half of them.
These reindeer nails will give you a garish Christmas flair
On the complete opposite side of the spectrum, you may create Rudolph-like nails using a manicure applicator, red sparkles, and black and off-white color. The red on his nose compliments the red on the other side of the mani, I mean, come on! Short nails will also function just as well for this; simply enlarge the reindeer’s face.
Some little sparkle for the holidays
Never before has a plain appearance felt so merry! The sparkling nail polish’s gold, blue, and pink hues contribute to the fact that it is much more intricate than it appears to be. Simply apply a very small amount to the top half of each nail, then, if necessary, go back and add a second coat to the very tips.
Attractive metallic nail tips with stars
Although it’s not as noticeable as having a cute little tree across each finger, that’s what makes it unique! These little lights are like tinsel for your nails, but smaller: Use a brush to apply the edges and stars, and then place tiny gold crystals wherever you want to, for instance in the centers of the stars.
Glittery Christmas dip nails in many colors
Christmas, but with metallic accents. The simplicity of this joke makes it beautiful: Simply choose some complementary metallic or shining shades, paint each nail a complementary / alternative color, change things up on the other hand, and then choose some jewelry to go with them.
French Christmas dip nails in red ombré
Although I love a traditional French manicure for the holidays, a splash of cherry color really ups the ante. In addition, I think the ombré nail effect is really cool and distinctive. To recreate the appearance, use this rich red color.
Candy cane-inspired Christmas dip nails
The recent trend of transparent nails has kind of gotten me all giddy, and this combination is not an exception. I have a lot of candy cane energy thanks to these Christmas nails. By the way, try silicone extensions for these bbs if you prefer long nails but don’t like acrylics (which can be destructive).