Rose gold is one of the most popular colors in the fashion industry right now. Not only is this color beautiful on clothes and accessories, but is also the perfect nail color year round.
Rose gold is a color that can fit everyone’s style. Whether you love gold nails with a hint of rose gold accents, rose gold glitter, trendy patterns, or even rose gold chrome nails, you will love this color. Here are the best rose gold nails to inspire you. Whether you want fierce rose gold nail art designs or classy pink and gold nail ideas, we’re confident you’ll love these amazing examples.
Best Rose Gold Nail Designs
One of the reasons this nail color is so popular is that it has a warm undertone which allows this color to look amazing on a large range of skin tones. If you are a fan of neutral colors this may be your first color to help you step out of your comfort zone. On the other hand, if you love to be bold this color can also be your favorite. Look below for gorgeous rose gold nail designs that you will love!
Rose Gold Chrome Nails
Chrome nails are stylish, unique, and bold. Having the perfect mirror chrome nail design is the perfect accessory for any style. One of the positives about metallic chrome finish on nail designs is that the polish alone is a statement and you do not have to add more design to make your nails pop.
Whether you choose to do your own rose gold chrome nails at home, or have your favorite nail artist, this look is easy and beautiful.
Rose Gold Glitter
I am always a glitter fan! Whether you only want to have a single glitter accent nail, or if you want to have your nails full of glitter, rose gold is the perfect color!
My rose gold glitter nail polish is easily my number one go-to for every occasion – formal or informal.
Best Rose Gold Nail Polish
Finding a good nail polish that you love can be hard to find. From metallic finishes to glitter galore, here are the best rose gold nail polishes on the market.
How To Take Care Of Your Nails
Always make sure you take care of your nails. I know it is hard to say goodbye to gorgeous nail designs, but you should always remove your polish every 2 – 3 weeks to allow your nails to breathe. If you start to see white spots on your nails once you have removed polish, this can be a sign that your nails are too dry.
One of the hardest things to do is to not pick at chipped nail polish. Once you peel off that first piece of gel nail polish it is an addiction. I know it is easier said than done, but do not keep picking. Peeling off nail polish can actually remove the top layer of your nail bed causing weakened nails. Instead, carry some nail polish remover wipes whenever the time may come.