Here are a few ways you can celebrate the Lunar New Year in the Year of the Monkey.

1. Prepare a Lunar New Year feast fit for the Monkey King.

Nail mural by Linda Lam (@nailsbylinda), Sewell, N.J., for VietSALON Magazine

Nail mural by Linda Lam (@nailsbylinda), Sewell, N.J., for VietSALON Magazine

2. Bring on the firecrackers, lion dancers, floral arrangements, and dancing monkeys.

Nail mural by David Hoang, The Nailz Spa, Sandford, Fla., for VietSALON Magazine

Nail mural by David Hoang, The Nailz Spa, Sandford, Fla., for VietSALON Magazine

Nails by Quynh Tran, Garden Grove, Calif., for VietSALON Magazine

Nails by Quynh Tran, Garden Grove, Calif., for VietSALON Magazine

3. Don't forget the candy and treats!

Nails by Tin Cao Bui (@nailsbytintin) for VietSALON Magazine

Nails by Tin Cao Bui (@nailsbytintin) for VietSALON Magazine

4. If you're lucky, you'll get lots of money-filled red envelopes, also called lì xì (Vietnamese), hóng bāo (Mandarin), lai see (Cantonese), or ang bao.

always more meaningful with a retro angbao 😍 #forgrandmaonly #vintage #traditional #monkeynails

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But remember — the Lunar New Year is a time to celebrate and monkey around!

Via @nailbees, Australia

Via @nailbees, Australia

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Via @elle_nailshop, Korea

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Via @gracemyu, Malaysia

Via @nailsbywenz, Singapore

Via @nailsbywenz, Singapore

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Via @polishednailsg

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Via (@yunlin639)

Happy Lunar New Year!