3 Dazzling Nail Looks to Make Your NYE Sparkle

3 Nail Looks to Make You Dazzle this NYE

It’s time to welcome in the New Year, which can only mean one thing – party planning! For those who revel in the opportunity to glam it up, here’s the NYE nail looks to complete your night’s (eco) ensemble.


No need to book into the salon – these NYE nail looks skip any tricky designs and stick to easy-to-apply all over color. The cherry on top? We’ve even picked out our favorite non-toxic nail polishes that will do the job beautifully.


3 NYE Nail Looks to Get You in the Party Mood

nails_kure-bazaar-or-rose1. Precious Metals

Keeping your mani classy and chic doesn’t have to mean boring. Gorgeous metallics are all the rage right now, and nowhere do they look better than on nails. Go for a grownup gold with Treat Collection’s khaki toned Mixed Message. Kure Bazaar also has an incredible selection with Or Bronze, Or Rose, Or Pur, and Platinum.


2. Confetti Glitter

New Year’s Eve is the night to go all out, so don’t be afraid to stand out with a little glitz! Just a sprinkle of glitter is enough to do the trick, keeping it concentrated at the tips and fading it out across the nail over a base colour – try SpaRitual’s Golden Rule. Another way to rock this look is slick across a chunky glitter top coat like NCLA’s Hollywood Hills Hot Number to create a starry night sky effect.

3. Hot Holographics

Why just sport one color when you can have two? Duochromes are set to be one of the biggest beauty trends for 2017, so get ahead with a nail look that follows suit. For a non-toxic option, it doesn’t get more on-point than Zoya’s 5-free Olivera nail polish, a mermaid-esque hue that shifts between emerald and purple.

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Mayah Parmenter

Mayah Parmenter is a self-professed green beauty addict based in the UK, and writes primary at Call It Vanity. She's passionate about how modern beauty consumers can be a catalyst for change, and will try and convert anyone who will listen. Her number one weakness? Lipstick!