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No time for a manicure?No problem! These DIY holiday nail styles are perfect for all of your Christmas events from your office party, to drinks with girlfriends, to Christmas dinner, these nails are a Perfect Ten!
Green & Red Glitter
This is super easy with a clear coat and then a top coat of positioned red & green glitter polish!
The Perfect Gift
These would be really easy with a nail polish pen.
I love polka dots & these are so cute! Easy enough for a DIY, too.
These Santa hats are fun! So easy with painters tape and a white nail art pen.
Look at this! So cool. And there’s a tutorial, too. This might take a little longer, but it’s worth it! The instructions call for a nail striper, which is apparently a brush for painting thin lines.
I love these! They are so simple and classy. I like the darker red instead of the usual bright “Christmas red.” You’ll need a fine tip gold paint pen for the buckle!
Jade + Gold
If you’re looking for something different, this pretty jade green is a nice change from red!
Christmas at Tiffany’s
I am in love with aqua and red, so this is perfect for me! Of course Essie makes the perfect Tiffany blue polish, too.
Ruby Red Slippers
This is by far the easiest DIY holiday nails of all- it’s just one color, but it’s the perfect color to go from work to party to dinner. Link to polish here.
These are also perfect to transition from day into evening! Did you know you can make any nail polish have a matte finish with a matte topcoat?! Yup! So much fun.
Which is your favorite? I am currently wearing matte black with one platinum glitter nail- and loving it! I’m a little partial to the last idea with the dark red matte & gold glitter tree!
Ready for more holiday inspiration? Check out our Holiday and Seasons section on the blog for more ideas! You’ll find our 10 Christmas Mantles (+bonus decorating hacks!) post and also our Winter decor post – Decor to Last the Whole Season!