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14 Nail Ideas for Pride Month (That Aren't All Rainbows)

Let your nails get in on the celebration

Break out the biodegradable body glitter—Pride Month is upon us. The month-long celebration happens each year in June, and for 2021, we're not holding back any stops. That means rainbow outfits, technicolor makeup, and yes, Pride-inspired nails. Regardless of which LGBTQ+ flag you plan on waving, keep on scrolling to browse 14 manicure and nail art ideas that'll go with even the most colorful outfit.





1

Tiny Rainbows

You know how rainbows are curved, and round nail shapes are also curved? You probably know where we're going with this.


2

Glitter Gradients

Gradient nail art looks so much more complicated than it really is—and alright, it's not easy per se, but a makeup sponge does make it possible.


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3

Abstract Flag

Pick your favorite color from your flag to use as the base of your manicure, then brush on abstract lines using the other shades.



4

Rainbow French Tips

Trendy, celebratory, and easy enough to do on your own, rainbow tips are a go-to this year.



5

'70s Rainbows

Add a bit of nostalgia with hand-painted daisies and wavy edges.



6

Accent Rainbow Nail

If just looking at nail art makes you feel drained, then keep your rainbow design to just one accent nail.


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7

Rainbow Slant Tips

Shake up the average slanted French tip by asking for multiple colors per nail.



8

Skittles Nails

The Skittles nail art trend and Pride Month are a match made in colorful manicure heaven.



9

Rainbow Drips

Paging all nail art newbies: With a drippy nail art design, it's supposed to look organic.



10

Simple Hearts

Not one for rainbows? Go for hearts instead. The simpler design works great with just one flag color, too.