We found the best February Nails from all over to help get you ready for a hot date with your secret admirer.
Hearts are an easy go-to when it comes to romantic designs that anyone can paint on their nails.
Combine either a flat matte skin tone color polish or a shiny clear base coat with deep ruby red and burgundy painted heart french tips for stiletto February nails that more than just look sharp.
For a less conventional take on Valentine’s Day nails, consider combining various shades of pink, red, white, and black to create plaid nail.
Get the perfect accent nail look by painting each nail one solid color. Make sure that you leave one nail painted white on each hand so that you can create an argyle pattern on it using the shades from your other fingers.
We’re awe-struck by February nails that find a way to incorporate metallic color polishes like rose gold and silver.
Pair fresh shades of white and ballerina slipper pink or a deep mauve, with rose gold or bronze lines and patterns for a luxe aesthetic.
If you prefer silver, we recommend using a wine, raspberry, or hibiscus red to make the silver stand out. Or, perhaps yellow gold suits your tastes more.
In which case, we suggest using colors like pure snow white, candy apple red, or french rose pink to accentuate yellow gold. To make any color metallic pop on your February nails, a matte colored based always does the trick.
You can also use embellishments like crackle, confetti, and glitter to help add dimension and depth to your Valentine’s Day nails.
Additionally, thoughtfully placed rhinestones, opalescent pearls, and glass caviar beads are a gorgeous way to add a touch of texture to your manicure.
Finally, for the little ladies in your life looking for an age-appropriate Valentine’s Day look, try 3D flowers and floral patterns and stickers.
Great for short nails on impatient tiny people, 3D flowers, stickers, and stamps are quick to apply and often dry within seconds to minutes.