If fall is just around the corner, don’t you think it would be fun to show off some of your creative flair by trying out some nail art designs? It’s been a long time since we’ve seen so many nail art designs come and go. But not just the seasonal nail art – plain old cheese-filled nail art, nail polka dots, colorful dot designs, and yes, even that pumpkin-shaped nail art – have been taking the limelight. So to help you get creative this fall, let’s talk about some easy nail art designs you can try this year. Here are some nail art ideas you can use to spruce up your nails this season:
If you love the season and orange, then you’re in luck. You can play up your autumnal adornment with different shades of orange nail polish, from soft baby orange to deep autumnal orange. You can try using light and pale shades or you can go with the rich tones. Just make sure you nail art your nails with the same intensity using similar shades in the base polish; the nail art will look great if applied similarly.
Let’s face it: fall is a pretty festive season. This is why so many nail artists are creating pumpkin shaped nail art designs. You don’t need to have a pumpkin pattern for a fall nail art design. You could also create a pumpkin design that has a leaf like appearance; you can do this using a light blue base and white for the leaves, light brown for the pumpkin flesh and dark green for the roots. You can accent the autumn theme with different shades of cream.
This autumn nail art is great for working on both the hands and the legs. There are so many ways you can use the dots for your legs and feet. You can dot on a bunch of little black dots for accents on your calves, and if you want to draw some Thanksgiving or Christmas themed accents, then dot them on your ankles or feet. For even more fanciful accents, why not dot on some tiny snowflakes?
Don’t forget about finger nail art. You can accentuate your fingers with lovely gold and silver polish accents. You can also add in rainbow colors with some cute little rubber ducky dots. The only problem with these types of nail art is that they are difficult to remove.
What about some nail art that doesn’t require polishing at all? A lot of nail artists are now creating stencils for their customers to create their own signature nail art designs. Using stencils allows you to have a greater degree of control over where the nail art goes on your nails. If you’re good at drawing, you could just as easily create your own stencils and apply them yourself – a great way to save money.