3 Celeb-Approved Nail Trends to Try This Season

10/09/2013 at 03:03 PM ET

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Next time you go get a mani, bring one of these three celeb photos with you. Why? A.) They’re all hot trends for fall, and B.) They’re bound to get you a lot of compliments and a ton of hearts on Instagram (because clearly you’re going to post a pic before you even leave the salon).

Heidi Klum did the popular oxblood mani with a twist: A trendy matte finish. Matte tips were all over the runways at Fashion Week and look edgier than a high-gloss finish. It complemented the leather jacket and cheetah print top the actress wore with her fresh paint job at the Kids Fashion Week event in N.Y.C.

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Kaley Cuoco found the perfect match for her sparkly new engagement ring: A classic nude mani with rounded tips, which she wore to the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic in L.A. (Is it just us, or does the neutral hue make her rock look even bigger?) It’s a classic shade, but the longer tips are right on-trend — Kerry Washington and Charlize Theron are also growing out their nails past the once-hot short-and-square shape.

And Chloë Grace Moretz dabbled with some really fun new nail art: a pale mocha hue featuring a black gem appliqué at the base of her beds, worn with a sheer green gown to the [ITALIC "Carrie"] premiere in L.A.

Which mani are you dying to try?

–Brittany Talarico

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