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Top 5 Manicure Trends To Expect In 2023

Picture this: you’ve just finished an afternoon of shopping at the mall, and you’re ready to collapse. Your skin is dry, your teeth feel grimy, and your hands are looking a bit worn down. 

Manicure Trends To Expect

When you want to whiten your teeth, you schedule cosmetic dental services. And when you want to give your hands a makeover, you visit a nearby nail salon. But which type of manicure should you choose? When it comes to 2022 nail trends, we’re expecting the unexpected; things like mismatched nails, unique nail stickers, and new twists on familiar designs. 

Without further ado, we’re going to share the biggest nail trends of the year.

Here are the top 5 manicure trends to expect in 2023

Mixing Textures

Can’t decide on just one style for your manicure? Try mixing textures! You can do this in a few ways. Keep it simple by mixing stripes with polka dots. Or, make each nail unique by adding an abstract design. 

Seeking a bit of inspiration for your mixed texture manicure? Decorate your nails with a creative mix of animal prints; zebra stripes, cow spots, and leopard print. 

Another way to mix textures is to alternate the topcoat that you use. Switch between matte, glossy, and pearlescent topcoats on your nail polish. 

3D Nails

Gems. Charms. Rhinestones. In 2022, it’s all about 3D nails. Gluing small charms and decals to your nails creates a multi-dimensional look. You can go as heavy or light as you want with 3D designs. Maybe you want to add just a few gems; maybe you want them on every nail. It’s up to you!

Nail stickers are easy to apply. To seal them with your underlying nail, finish them with a layer of topcoat. 

If you aren’t ready to go all out on 3D nails, try applying the decals on just one finger. You can see how you like the look first before committing to a complete manicure. Visit Polish Pops to learn more about nail wraps. 


Can you really call neutrals a “trend”? Soft pinks, pale browns, and off-whites never go out of style, and for good reason. They create a timeless, classic look that’s beautiful on every skin tone. Take a break from bright and vibrant polishes with an array of neutral colours.

You can always jazz up nude shades with a hint of sparkle and shine. Consider adding gold or silver tips to your neutral manicure for a pop of colour. Nude shades look excellent with blue shades; consider adding one accent colour, like on your ring finger.

Or, you can mix and match neutrals by alternating polishes with every other nail. Make your nails stand out with a matte topcoat. 

Metallic Manicures 

You can’t go wrong with the dynamic and alluring sheen of metallic polish. There are so many ways to add metallic flair to your nails; consider foil flakes or silver glitter. 

Chromatic shades are in this year. Imagine a nail polish of Bottega green or sky blue, but with a rich metallic sheen. These polishes look like different shades depending on the lighting.

French Manicure

Pink polish, white tips; the classic French manicure that’s flattering on long nails and shorter nails. 

But this year, we’re seeing some new takes on this familiar classic. For example, there’s the “French wave” design. Rather than a neutral base with French tips, the wave design merges the two colours. The tip might come down as a diagonal or curvy line. Or, you might add a wavy stripe down the middle. 

Add nail art to your French mani with a wavy or swirly design.

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And there you have it: our predictions for nail art trends in 2023. Stay on trend this year by trying out some of the styles we’ve listed here. 

You know what never goes out of style? Professionally designed manicures. Keep your nails on-trend with the manicure services from AiNails & Spa in Winnipeg. If you want to try out any trends that we’ve listed here, simply let your manicurist know, and we’ll be happy to design your nails accordingly. We can’t wait to see the creative ideas that you’ll come up with. 

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