Who doesn't love getting their nails done? It's the ultimate self-care treat. Nail art trends are always changing so here are the most popular ones this Autumn to inspire you before your next nail appointment.
Newspaper print nails were all the rage a few years ago but now it's all about bold typography that's spread across your nails.
This was seen in Jeremy Scott's Autumn/Winter 2019 fashion show where popular nail polish brand Essie reinvented the trend.
The only problem is trying to decide what words you want to spell out on your nails!
Modern French Manicure
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The trend that was super popular in the 2000s is back but this time, nail technicians are putting a modern twist on it.
I adore this lavender jelly french manicure.
It's a refreshingly light look which is sure to stand out from the crowd of traditional, dark autumn nails.
Who says tortoiseshell is only for your accessories? If you love the pattern as much as I do then you'll definitely want to try out this super chic nail art trend.
You could go more subtle and only have a couple of nails with the pattern and balance out the dark pattern with a complimenting light nude, orange or yellow shade.
It looks like the celestial trend has spread to nail art too but I for one am not complaining about it.
The half-moon cutout is quirky and fun and looks gorgeous with these autumnal colours.
If you wanted to go all out you could paint your nails a black shimmery colour like the night sky.
For those who like a bit of 3D nail art the pearl embellishments trend is the one for you.
This lovely, girly look works perfectly with pink or nude shades.
It wouldn't be Autumn without a bit of plaid and this season you can have it on your nails too.
This is without a doubt the most authentically autumnal of all the trends and I'm loving it.
Which of these Autumn nail art trends is your favourite?