Summer's "Water Droplet" Nail-Art Trend Is As Delicious As It Sounds

One of the summer's most popular nail-art trends is so hot that it will literally leave you dripping. 

The "water droplet" nail-art trend, as seen on Doja Cat and Kylie Jenner, simulates being caught in a rainstorm and having tiny water droplets freeze in time on your nails. 

As a result, the manicure has an unusual design that gives the impression of wet and juicy fingertips.

Despite how realistic the "droplet" manicure appears, the shiny beads of water on the nails are actually hardened gel or globs of clear nail polish applied in a way that gives your nails 3D texture.

So Jin Oh, the mastermind behind Jenner's viral dripping manicures and the creator of the nail-art design, tells POPSUGAR, 

 "I'd been trying to imitate dew drops on nails when I saw this unknown image of nails done by a Japanese nail artist from the early '90s."

I spent days practicing with clear building gel until I was able to create my own perfect dew drop."

Jenner has worn many variations of the water-droplet nail-art trend, including one that she wore on top of neon orange french tips.

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