Sleek, chic and easy to do – thin French tip nails are one of the latest trends all over Instagram and nobody is complaining. A modern take on a timeless look, these thin ‘
micro Frenchies‘ add just a touch of polish to add a lot of class.
lot more flexibility to this design than just choosing a color. Plenty of opportunity to add your own unique flair to this minimalist vibe. We scrolled through thousands of different variations to share our favorites with you. Whether you want a simple line to do yourself or some more complex ideas to show your nail tech, we’ve got you covered.
We’re starting this collection with some bare base nails topped with a baby blue thin French tip. It’s definitely a clean and simple look.
We are giving a little twist to the classic white French tips. These also have a bare nail base, but the difference is the tip follows the shape of the nails and forms a 3-sided French tip.
These are the classic white French tips, just a lot thinner.
We’ve got a nail set similar to the previous one, but the base shade is a lot darker this time, which is good because it correctly matches the person’s skin tone.
These are some light, milky pink long tapered nails painted with a hot pink micro French tip. This is great for those who love a pop of color!
If you prefer sticking with short nails, you can make things a lot more fun with a bolder color. We have here some short square nails painted with some bright orange tips.
We’ve already seen what the tapered nail variation of the French tip looks like. Here are some short nails topped with U-shaped yellow-orange tips. Bright and light!
Enjoy this classy pink set with white and silver glitter designs. The nails have a thin French tip and an even thinner tip outline.
If you love bright colors and you’re considering incorporating more than one color into your set, try using this set as inspiration! We have some yellow painted nails topped with some smileys and thin tips. I really like these short oval French tips since the slight color just pops a little more – especially with these bright colors.
I love how brighter and bolder colors look on tanned skin tones! They really pop and complement bright colors so well!
I really love how deep green looks on any nail design! It’s such an elegant and classy color that easily elevates an entire nail look.
If you don’t know how to make black nails look a bit more subtle, then you can use these nails as inspiration!
These tips are one of the thinnest I’ve ever seen, but they don’t look awkward because of the bright color that was used. Sometimes, a little goes a long way!
Check out these lavender French tips with some pink hearts on the bottom! If you don’t want your look to seem too simple, add a design of your choice!
Ward off the negative energy around you with these blue evil-eye-inspired nails! Aside from the French tips, we’ve also got an evil eye design on the moon of the nails.
These nails are painted with full pink polish and are designed with some thin white tips. The accent nail is also topped with a small red heart.
Add some French tips if you want to incorporate a simpler design with your bold nail set. It uses your primary color as an accent which lessens the intensity of the look.
Here are some pink shimmer nails that alternate between the two designs. One design is a thin French tip, while the other is a bunch of hearts.
We have this frosted white set designed with some thin black French tips, and some of the accent nails are designed with some black flowers.
I really love black nails because they can either look classy or edgy. This set is a classy set because of the elegance that the silver glitter thin tip brings in.
We bring you more bright colors with this pink base nail topped with a greenish-yellow French tip. So fun!
The great thing about the thin French tip trend is that you can wear them even with long, glamorous nails! Look how well French tips fit with this set.
This is a set that I really like despite how simple it looks. It’s very different from your typical white Frenchies because it’s painted with a milky white base. The monochromatic look makes it seem so modern!
Spice up your sleek black French tips with a black and red cross design!
We’ve got another black-tip set with these almond-shaped nails, but this time, the base is painted with a light nude shade.
Here’s a fun multi-colored set! We’ve got some green, orange, and violet nails topped with a thin French tip. The accent nails are a black and white vertical stripe design with a black tip on top!
If you want a multi-colored set, then go with this one! It’s got all the basic bright colors, plus the accent nails on each nail feature a different colorway!
This nail set features two variations of the classic french tip. The first variation is the V-shaped white Frenchies topped with a gem on the moon of the nail, while the second is a micro French tip with no added design.
Here’s a black and white nail set that features a bunch of classic designs. We’ve got some black and white coffin French tips, a black and white marbled design, and a pink to white ombré design.
These are some short pink-painted nails that are designed with some thin white tips with an extra lining of reflective rose gold.
Try out these beige nails designed with thin white French tips and a white 3D embossed flower. It’s an excellent set for formal occasions!
I really love how white French tips look on almond nails. They’re a lot softer and classier to look at.
Here’s another French tip variation, but this time it’s a lot more like an outline instead of a tip. The French tip extends to the side of the nail up to the moon of the nail. I love the modern feel!
Here we’ve got a red and black nail set. We have some nails painted in red and topped with black tips and some nails with a black to red ombré.
This pink nail set plays around with a few different simple designs. We’ve got some base-free nails topped with a thin tip, a clear to pink ombré, and a full pink nail. All these nails are topped with a matte topcoat.
Here’s another white and pink nail set. Again, the accent nails are pink and topped with a bunch of gems, while the rest of the nails are a mix of V-shaped French tips, tapered tips, and ombrés.
This nail has a mix of white, pink, and grayish-blue nails topped with some thin silver glitter French tips.
Dark blue nails always give off such a regal feel, especially when designed with gorgeous and intricated gems like these!
These nails can’t help but remind me of strawberries! I love the deep red because of how well it compliments the green tips.
The great thing about thin French tips is that you can add as many colors as you want without it looking too messy or crazy!
These nails look so classy because of the use of red and the minimalist design. I also love the gold lettering addition.
If you want your tips to be a little bit nicer, try adding some glitter to them! Gold French tips is a fantastic look normally but the extra glitter is a nice bonus. They’ll look a lot nice, and it’ll give them a lot more character too!
Here’s another modern yet classy design that I love so much. These nails have a beige base and are topped with a thin French tip outline.
Pink and black always look so edgy yet cute together! These nails are alternatively painted with two shades of pink tips and are topped with a black line design.
It’s always a good idea to match your animal prints with a bunch of thin French tips! It adds a bit of variation to the look and makes it a lot more wearable!
Here’s a short almond-shaped set that has a nude base and is topped with some thin black tips. One nail is topped with a gold-outline heart with black filling.
Here’s a full matte red almond-shaped nail set with an accent nail topped with some really thin red tips.
loving this thin French tip trend. It’s all over Instagram and I can’t get enough of it, I’ve already tried it a couple of times myself. If you’ve copied one of these designs (or found something for yourself) we want to see it! Our inspiration photos come from user submissions and open sources and we’ll always give credit. All of the fantastic styles belong to their respective owners. If we’ve got a credit wrong or you’d rather we don’t feature you – just drop us an email.