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Nail Art for the Music Festival Fanatic: Glow For It. Avoid the highlighter-effect with this trendy neon look. A black base layer definitely looks edgy, but we think white or even another bright color makes for a more eye-grabbing finishing touch. #SelfMagazine
Nail Art for the Festival Fanatic: Gravitational Graphics. These nails are made for practically made for this festival—less Starry Night and more "Excuse me, while I kiss the sky." Don't be afraid to make mistakes on these; imperfections actually give the psychedelic design a more realistic look. #SelfMagazine
Nail Art for the Music Festival Fanatic: To Dye For. Update your hippy look with a fashion-forward version of a classic pattern. Pair this tie dye mani (inspired by Rodarte's runway collection) with cut-off shorts and a neutral lacy tee and you're good to go. #SelfMagazine
Nail Art for the Music Festival Fanatic: On-Trend Tribal. Can't make up your mind on a pattern. There's no need. You can flash chevron, dots and other tribal designs on one hand. Avoid a chaotic look by sticking with just two colors—like the black and white shown here—so the mani stays clean and modern. #SelfMagazine
Nail Art for the Music Festival Fanatic: Flower Child. Go with a dark base like this deep navy but keep things light for the daisies on top. Our tip: Don't be a perfectionist when it comes to the flower pattern—this style works best when it doesn't look stenciled on. #SelfMagazine
Must-Try New Nail Colors! If you like black: Try BROWN. If Chanel Black Satin is still your Holy Grail nail color, consider indulging in chocolate (polish, people!) instead. Still dark and moody, just warmer and more skin-flattering. We like it on short, well-groomed nails and even toes. Have a very dark skin tone? A rich cocoa lacquer can also serve as your skin-matching "nude" shade. Try Givenchy Vernis Please! Nail Lacquer in Delicate Brown. #SelfMagazine