A new style in nail art that has recently taken the beauty world by storm is baby boomer nails.
The baby boomer nail design is a modern take on the classic French manicure. It uses an ombré mix of white, beige, and baby pink to give the nails a faint but stylish gradient effect.
A baby boomer pattern on your nails, which is often an add-on to a regular manicure or pedicure, can give your hands (or toes!) a new, stylish, and creative look.
But where did this trend come from and how did it become so main stream?
What Are Baby Boomer Nails?
In a story for Refinery29, nail artist Jade Tang said that the style got its name from its start in the 1940s. Because it was so famous with baby boomers, the name stuck, and people have called it that ever since.
Why Are Baby Boomer Nails So Popular?
The baby boomer style has been around for a while, but it seems to have become very popular very quickly.
So many people like it because it looks clean and classy. This nail art is great for the office because it covers the whole nail with paint and isn’t too loud or flashy, which can be a turnoff for bosses during work hours.
Baby Boomer Nails Ideas:
Baby boomer nails short looks great
Baby boomer nails mix pink and white
Baby boomer nails have been popular for a while, but they’ve become even more famous in the last few months.
A new report from Pinterest says that searches for “ombré nails” are up 88% in the U.S. and up 100% in France and Germany for “baby boomer nails.”
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