If You're An Aquarius, This Nail Art Trend Is A Must For You

Anyone lucky enough to be born under the Aquarius zodiac sign between January 20 and February 18 likely has a free-spirited and eccentric personality, per Allure. In fact, this air sign is naturally independent and produces progressive thinkers with a free spirit and a penchant for humanitarianism. According to mindgreenbody, the symbolic water bearer — which is represented by a spirit emptying a jug — sums up an Aquarian's nature perfectly. Aquarians are in a constant state of clearing the old to make way for the new, in order to move forward into the future.

While Aquarians can be temperamental, aloof, and stubborn, they are never boring. As Allure notes, this zodiac sign "hates small talk," and is all about creating greater change in the world — which doesn't happen when you're stuck chatting about niceties. If a conversation grows stale, Aquarians can absolutely be counted upon to shake things up. As a naturally rebellious member of the zodiac, Aquarians have a unique way of looking at the world, and they become restless if you try and pin them down. They bring a unique perspective to all facets of life, and you'll notice this in their preferences for style, fashion ... and even their choice in manicures!

Avant-garde Aquarians will love this unconventional nail art

When it comes to style, Aquarians gravitate towards chic designs, but true to their rebellious nature, nonconformist fashions truly light them up! The same can be said of their choice in nail art. If you're into beautiful nail designs (and honestly, who isn't?), then a filigree french may be the perfect nail art for Aquarians, according to Popsugar.

While a typical french manicure would be too conventional for unconventional Aquarius, the filigree french offers a spin on the classic nail art. Per Popsugar, nail artist to the stars Elle Gerstein tells us that the mani features "delicate, open lines done at the tip," taking inspiration from "metalwork or wire-detailing." Not only is the style beautiful and different, but while "solid frenches cut nails in half, these filagree frenches elongate nails," as Gerstein added. In other words, instead of taking the form of one line after another, a filigree french includes one line at the top and another below it, so there is a window where the nail polish appears. The novel look of a filigree french is in a class all by itself, exactly the way Aquarius would want it.