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9 Simple and Easy Flower Nail Art Designs for Beginners

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Floral nail arts are a very popular choice among nail arts for girls. They look sweet and can be created easily using either water decals, acrylic paints or other deco materials. Today we will put forward top 9 amazing flower nail arts that we have come across so far. With our tips you we hope that you can easily recreate these beautiful designs on your nails.

Nail Art Designs of Flowers:

Here is a list of  9 beautiful flower nail art designs that trying to give some awesome look their nails for all ages.

1. Acrylic Freehand Flower Nail Art:

flower nail art

This kind of a beautiful floral nail art can be easily created if you have good hands for painting. You will be easily able to do this pattern with the selective choice of colours and a flat brush. You need to take two colours onto your flat brush at a time viz. Pink and white, white and light blue and purple and white. You need to carefully rotate the flat brush in such a way that the petals are created. Doing this full design on a light coloured base like white will make it more prominent. Hope you will try this out.

2. French Tips with Floral Design:

French tip nail art designs are a very popular which look very sophisticated. This nail design especially good for women who go to office or are corporate workers. They usually cannot wear too much decorative nail arts for office. For them French tip nails are a classy choice. You can have your normal French tip nails decorated with floral free hand patterns like the one above.

3. Floral Nail Arts with Polka Dots:

A nail art like the one above can be created using a light coloured bare paint viz. Pink and then you can give it some polka dots with your dotting tool or toothpicks blunt end. Cover one diagonal portion of the nails with white colour and let it dry. After it’s dried then you can work on creating the rose flowers easily with the blunt end of toothpicks. Use dark pink and red for the roses and green for the leaves.

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4. Multi Coloured Floral Pattern:

This type of a multi coloured floral pattern can be recreated using dotting tools or toothpicks and various colours.

5. Free Hand Floral Tulip Design:

This type of a free hand easy to do tulip design can spark up the normal look of your nail polishes very easily. You can try giving this kind of a nail art a try even if you do not have great free hand drawing skills. Paint up your nails with a dark polish in blue or black and use acrylic paints to draw up the floral pattern on it. Give it a try!

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6. Water Decal Floral Designs:

A water decal is the choice of thing for nail arts when you want an awesome design and do not have time or energy to draw it all up. You can buy water decals for nails from beauty stores or online nail art stores. These can be easily transferred on to the nails over a light coloured base paint by just using water. Finish off with a transparent polish.

7. Free Hand Floral Sunflower Designs:

This type of floral design can be created over a glittery base colour like the one you see above. You will have to have a nail art brush for the fine lines and definitions of the flowers. Finish off with a transparent polish.

See More: Nail Art Rose Designs

8. Floral Nail Stamping:

Stamping is another great way to create different patterns on your nails easily. You can try out with beginners nail stamping kits to start your practice.

9. Free Hand Floral Marbling Designs:

Free hand marbling designs can be created with just some colours and a piece of plastic or wrapping sheet. You can easily recreate the pattern you see above. For details and definitions of the flowers, use your nail art brush and colours of your choice.

Hope you liked this article and will give these nail arts a try. Leave us your feedback!

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2 Comments

  1. sasi

    August 1, 2015 at 8:44 am

    Oh I love this … it’s so cheerful and the flowers do look like perfect little pansies! That’s interesting about all the different names, I love how different cultures respond to the same flower. 🙂

  2. rita

    August 14, 2015 at 3:01 pm

    All the designs are Very pretty. I am going to try these designs today 🙂 thank you for sharing