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The 2020 Nail Art Trend That Will Level Up Your Manicure Game
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The 2020 Nail Art Trend That Will Level Up Your Manicure Game


If you know anything about xoNecole, you know that in addition to sex and relationships, another subject that our readers are really into are nails. Past articles on the site like "Cloud Nails Are Seriously Your Next Dreamy Mani Trend", "A Floating French Manicure Is The Fall Nail Trend You Didn't Know You Needed," and "IG's Latest Nail Trend Is The Perfect Segue Into Spring" are proof of that fact. Dope nail art trends have been redefining the manicure landscape for some time now, and the latest entry on the 2020 trend list are of the stained-glass variety.

The stained-glass nail art trend gives me one-part southern Baptist church vibes and all parts "stunt on 'em." Who knew the stained-glass windows that were an important fixture in churches exclusively for a thousand years would one day be your manicure's very own mosaic muse? But, how could it not? The colored glass and strips of lead used to create such intricate images and designs back in the day is now the inspiration for turning your nails into the masterpieces they were destined to be.

Don't believe me? Keep scrolling for our favorite renditions of the stained-glass nail art trend so far.

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