Not boring at all: It's definitely not boring. Boring nails is a nail polish trend in 2022...
It seems a bit as if the fashion world is currently divided into two camps. While some follow the big trend towards minimalism, there are now more and more maximalists who play with more extravagance, loud statements, and glamour. In addition, reduced minimal looks may seem a bit boring at first, but in fact, they convince with a special sophistication that radiates timelessness, elegance, and luxury. This is exactly what the new nail polish trend towards Boring Nails reflects. Contrary to what the name suggests, this is simple - but anything but boring.
Admittedly, the name Boring Nails doesn't exactly sound like a hot new nail polish trend - but in fact, it is anything but boring. It is only referred to as "boring" because it is exceptionally simple and does not require bright trend colors or elaborate nail art. Instead, you use delicate, semi-transparent nuances between beige and rosé for the manicure - like classic French nails, the color-contrasting nail tip can also be emphasized with a touch of white.
This ensures a super natural, reserved interpretation of the French manicure and enhances well-known looks with sophisticated detail. As a finish, you can also brush a layer of top coat over the nail for a milky to the glossy effect. That would be the end of the manicure - and we think that these nails are simple but definitely not boring. Because the nail polish trend for Boring Nails looks wonderfully timeless, makes the nails look well-groomed, and ensures a clean, elegant look.
In order for Boring Nails to look really elegant, a manicure is essential as the first step. You can have this done by experts in the nail salon or you can do it yourself. To do this, file the nail into shape (short to almond-shaped looks particularly elegant!) and remove excess cuticles. For brittle nails, a nourishing base coat is also recommended, which ensures a smooth and firm base under the rose-colored nail polish. Unfortunately, it doesn't cover up grooves and splinters as well - so it's all the more important to prevent them.