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Delicate and laconic: bubblegum manicure is in fashion, which will suit everyone. Photo

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Delicate manicure will be in fashion. Source: Instagram @THEMANICLUB

Manicure is not a trifle in the image, but a way of self-expression that can tell a lot about a woman. Every year, new trends emerge that allow you to emphasize your individuality. One of the most relevant trends in 2024 was bubblegum nails.

This manicure is characterized by a delicate, pastel shade on the nails and a glossy shine. It resembles chewing gum, which is where the name "bubblegum" comes from. One of the stars who started the trend was American actress Sabrina Carpenter, writes Byrdie.

Delicate and laconic: bubblegum manicure is in fashion, which will suit everyone. Photo

As the name implies, the trend is about the palette of pink colors inherent in bubblegum. These can be slightly richer varnishes than those used for French manicure.

The bubblegum trend combines elegance and simplicity, making the look more feminine and romantic.

Delicate and laconic: bubblegum manicure is in fashion, which will suit everyone. Photo

This trendy and laconic design can be worn without any additions. However, if you wish, you can combine it with rhinestones, patches, or patterns. It is best if they are as unobtrusive as possible.

Delicate and laconic: bubblegum manicure is in fashion, which will suit everyone. Photo

The advantage of the pale pink color is that it suits every look at any time of the year. Bold beauties can experiment with the length of the nails, and fans of a restrained look can apply a "gum" color to their short square-shaped plates.

This trendy manicure can be easily repeated at home. Several layers of varnish will allow you to achieve the perfect coverage, and a glossy top will give your hands a shiny and healthy look.

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