No Fourth of July outfit is truly complete without a pristine set of patriotic nails.
This holiday, nail gurus are serving up spectacular Fourth of July nail art for us all to swoon over.
Leave your go-to shades of pink at home, because it's time to break out the red, white, and blue.
With fresh stripes and prints, to delicate stars and festive glitter, these nail art ideas are guaranteed to turn heads at any party.
Some of these designs look hard AF to complete, but these tutorials guide you through the steps so you can replicate the looks within the comfort of your own bedroom.
Grab your nail polish, and set aside some time to get your fingers looking oh-so trendy for your holiday plans.
1. Fierce Fireworks That Are Set To Slay
These nails scream fierce, confident, and totally stylish. Show them off with a festive outfit to match, and you'll own it… wherever your Fourth of July plans may take you.
2. Subtle, Beautiful Statement
Make a sweet, soft statement with these mini patriotic designs.
3. A *Glittery* American Dream
These nails are the perfect set for the girl who loves to keep things trendy, fun, and fresh.
4. Red, White, And Blue Marble
This design seriously makes me want to disco and light some sparklers ASAP. It's the ultimate look to glam up your holiday.
5. #Fresh On The Fourth
This manicure will shut it down at your Fourth of July rager.
6. The Grand Finale
Forget fireworks lighting up the sky — these nails are complete showstoppers.
7. Trippy Drip
Gotta love this cool take on the classic red, white, and blue look. Make sure to grab one of your girlfriends to help you out with the flag.
8. Star-Studded Nails
This fashionable design will make you feel like a star yourself.
9. Patriotic Ombre
Who doesn't love a little red, white, and blue ombre action?
10. Classy Stripes
With its subtle charm, this nail art can actually double as an everyday look.
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