As the 2016 presidential election draws closer, people are finding all sorts of fun ways to show their support.
First, there was an influx of infantsdressed up as adorable Bernie Sanders babies on Instagram.
Then, our news feeds were flooded with a bunch of hilarious cats and dogs rocking Donald Trump ‘dos.
Now, people are backing their favorite candidates by flashing some political fingernailson their Instagram accounts.
That’s right, campaign nail art is the newest trend taking the beauty scene by storm, and I must say, these presidential polishes look a lot cooler than showing your support with a boring old pin or bumper sticker.
So far, we’ve seen celebrities like ChloGrace Moretz and Katy Perry getting behind their girl Hillary Clinton with some eye-catching campaign nail art, as well as some proud Democrats who aren’t afraid to add a little ‘Bern to their beauty routine.
Plus, we’ve also seen some Republicans getting in on the nail art debateby rocking some dazzling Donald Trump-inspired tips.
These presidentialelection-inspired nails look pretty damn awesome, and these creative campaign designs definitely win my vote.
Take a look at the pictures below to see some of this patrioticnail art trend:
As the race to become America’s next president heats up…
…a lot of people have been repping their favorite candidates by rocking all sorts of mesmerizing red, white and blue manicures.
That’s right, campaign-inspired nail art is the newest way to show your support.
And it’s not hard to see that these presidentialdesigns look pretty damn awesome.
So far, we’ve see celebs like Katy Perry…
And Chlo Grace Moretz…
Supporting Washington’s HBIC, Hillary Clinton…
…with a variety of dazzling democratic designs.
We’ve also seen some people who are feelin’ the Bern…
With some Sanders-inspired fingernails…
…complete with Bernie’s signature glasses and crazy hair, of course.
If you’re rooting for the other side, don’t worry. We’ve also seensome Republican tips that are totally in favor of Donald Trump becoming the nation’s next president.