In their latest video, Mode takes us on a tour of how much nail art has changed in the last century. View this video on YouTube youtube.com It starts in 1916, when nails were short, simple, and polish-free. Mode / youtube.com But they wouldn't stay that way for long... That all changed in 1932, when Revlon became the first established polish brand, leading to the rise of painted nails. Mode / youtube.com This "half-moon" manicure was very popular in the '30s. In the '40s and '50s, it was all about deep reds and almond-shaped nails. Mode / youtube.com And those moons got filled in. Advertisement Things took a turn for the pastel in the '60s, with shades like this mod pink. Mode / youtube.com Couldn't you see Twiggy wearing this shade? Long, sparkly, disco-ready nails were all the rage in the '70s. Mode / youtube.com So ~glam~. And of course, the '80s — over-the-top neons, rhinestones, and bold colorblocking. Mode / youtube.com Madonna, is that you? When grunge style swept through the ’90s, nails got short and dark. Mode / youtube.com Remember Vamp by Chanel? Advertisement The 2000s were all about the French manicure. Mode / youtube.com It went perfectly with your Juicy zip-up and denim mini. Jamba Juice, anyone? And finally, back to the present, where nude shades and glittery tips are mega-popular. Mode / youtube.com (And always Instagrammed.) Which one is your favorite? Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Mode / youtube.com Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Mode / youtube.com Share On facebook Share On facebook Share On vk Share On vk Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On lineapp Share On lineapp Share On twitter Share On twitter Share On email Share On email Share On sms Share On sms Share On whatsapp Share On whatsapp Share On more Share On more Share On tumblr Share On tumblr Share On link Share On link Share On copy Share On copy Omg It's Prime Day!