Adding some nail art to your manicure is the easiest way to add some flair. In the summertime, when all we want to do is add some jazz to our fingertips and bring some sunshine indoors, joyful nail art is the best way to go.

If you are looking for ideas on how to wear your nails this summer, keep reading! Jersey City-based nail artist Chaya Shurkin has some great ideas to get you started (all of which she has tried). From simple designs that highlight natural nails to intricate patterns that can be applied by hand, there are plenty of options out there. So what should you wear this summer if you want to boost your confidence while still looking like a pro? Keep reading to find out which ones work best for us, and also some tips on how to get started yourself.

Artistic fingernails

Artistic fingernails are easy to apply, and they are also great for adding a pop of color to your nails. For example, you can use a flowery nail design to add a pop of color to your summer handbag.  If you’re still uncertain where to start, Chaya Shurkin recommends checking out the Amethyst nail polish line from OPI.


Simple polishes

Simple polishes are also a great way to go with any nail art designs. For example, you can use a bright red nail polish to create a bold and bright look for your summer handbag. You can also use orange and yellow polishes to create a summery uniting effect. To achieve this effect, try the Essie nail polish in Hot Stuff.


Mix-and-match nail art ideas

Mix-and-match nail art is a way to add variety and interest to your nails. For example, you can use a fun nail design with different shaped polishes to create a fun multiplication effect. You can also use nail art to create a social media trend by creating a fun designs for your nails. For her mix-and-match nail art, the young artist Chaya Shurkin often uses the Peacock nail art design or the Starfish design.


French tips

Whether you like bright colors or not, the classic French tip will never go out of style. The traditional white is in this summer (perfect for brides!), but we also love bright tips. There is a summery feel to it without committing too much.

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