fantastic christmas nail art designs
Mix n Match
. I love a bit of mixing and matching, especially during this time of year. Sure, it may take a little more time, but with some good TV and a glass of wine, youve got all the time in the world.
Good Old Green and Red
. The thing that I really like about this style is that its Christmassy without being too in your face itd work really well with pastel colors, too (not the biggest fan of that dark moss green).
. These penguins are beyond charming why wouldnt anyone want them on their nails?
Alternating French Mani
. Apply the concept of a French manicure, but just use Christmas colors instead. And to make it just that little bit more interesting, make an alternating finger. Easy, right?
. This one may take a bit more time than the previous trees, but its a bit more fun and funky. Id suggest a white background though, so that it stands out more.
Festive Water Marbling
. Everyone knows about the awesome technique of water marbling by now, so put that into practice with your Christmas colors
Present me with a Gift
. If you have a steady hand you can actually freehand these little gifts but if youre more on the shaky side, just use a bit of tape to get those box shapes. But dont fret too much over perfection.
. Ive seen a whole lot of Santas and Rudolphs, but it seems the elves who do all the hard work back at the North Pole are being forgotten So heres a toast to those tiny hard workers.
. This nude glitter is truly perfect for those of you prefer a bit of subtle sophistications over the more whimsical approach. A touch of sparkle goes a long way.
Santa s Hat
. Weve seen a number of Santa tutorials doing the rounds, but this floppy hat is a new one that Im totally in love with.
. Straight out of medieval England, these Christmas pudding nails are absolutely delish And theyre not really that tough to make, either.
. With a simple combination of navy polish and silver glitter, youve got yourself the easiest snowfall nails.
Deck the Halls
. A little accent of holly on your French tips is the perfect small detail to get you looking as festive as you feel. You dont always have to go all out sometimes, less is more.
. These snowflakes are perfect for a chilly Christmas, and you can use just about any base color it doesnt have to be a traditional color these would even look great on black nails. Remember, if you dont have a small tool, simply use the tip of a mechanical pencil.
. These trees are actually even easier to make since you dont have to cut the tape triangles just two thin stripes and youre good to go Then you can decorate your trees as you wish.
Red and Green Glitter
. You dont have to be too obvious with the red and green combo, so a few glitter flakes on a white or beige base could be the perfect touch. If you cant find the two colors in one bottle, just get one of each and combine.
Candy Cane Tips
. This one is a little different to the regular candy cane stripes across the entire nail and thats exactly what I love so much about this a little bit of creativity ingenuity.
Frosty the Snowman
. This snowman is just too cute, and I love the snowed under effect of the rest of the nails. If you dont have a superfine brush to make your jolly snowman, simply use a toothpick or bobby pin.
Santa and Rudolph
. These two together are just so damn adorable, but if you dont have the patience, just make one of them as an accent nail.
. For those of you who prefer a minimalist approach with clean lines, have a go at these metallic trees. As long as you have some tape handy youll be able to pull this off easily. Top Tip Use cello tape instead of painters tape the polish wont bleed as much.