Reminiscent of the noughties, a swathe of celebrities including Beyoncé and Ashley Graham have been spotted wearing the distinctive french tip on their nails that we once adored in recent weeks.
And it's not just the celebrities pioneering the comeback of this trend. Models have already graced the runway this NYFW with modern takes on the classic style - such as those at Prabal Gurung, Khaite, and Alice + Olivia.
Perhaps this nod to the noughties, slightly squared French tip has resurged in sync with the latest square toe-shoe designs from Bottega Veneta and Rejina Pyo? They do say your nails should be a reflection of your footwear. Either way, it's confirmed - the French tip is back and slightly more evolved.
So what exactly is the new way to wear this age-old favourite? Think alternative colours - or smaller white tips for a style that is more subtle and work-friendly. See our suggestions on how to keep these manicures current...
Get a Micro French Manicure
French tips may be back in, but thick white lines are somewhat out - unless of course the shape of the nail has been changed or some form of detail added that keeps the look a little less nineties and noughties and more 'right now'.
For a micro French manicure, subtlety is key. Use a sheer colour instead of an opaque pink for the base and follow the natural curved shape of the nail to apply a delicate, thin white tip.
Opt for colour
Swapping a white tip for a playful colour instantly gives this classic look a little edge. In terms of which colours to use - the choice is completely yours. It's also a great way to experiment with colours you wouldn't usually wear without feeling like you're fully committing, as the majority of the nail is still left clear.
Add extra detail to the design
If you prefer more statement nails or want to add more detail but still keep with the French manicure theme, there are a bunch of new designs to experiment with - whether at home or in the hands of a nail technician. Adding dots of colour, outlining the entire nail with a white tip (also known as orbit nails), or painting graphical lines around the French tip - the options are endless.