We don’t know about you, but we’re really excited that the season to experiment with spring nail art is once again upon us. Perhaps save for the jolly Christmas patterns, this style might be the most fun to play around with. The best part is that as long as you have some basic knowledge of working a polish, you can attempt all of the gorgeous looks you’re about to see right at home. So, save up on your money and forget about the beauty salon. It’s time to welcome the season of flowers with lively and colorful nails. For more tips on how to do your nails at home, check out this article on DIY Home Manicures. And be sure not to miss out on designs for short acrylic nails.

Top 8 Spring Nail Art Ideas

#1 Pastel Flowers and Polkas

dots and flowers pastel


Usually the first thing people think of when ‘spring’ comes up is soft pastels and flowers. Well, this look blends these two iconic vibes into a playful nail art idea which also brings some classic polka dots into the mix.

#2 Marble Nails

marble nail art


With a beautiful swirl, you’ll manage to make your nails stand out like no other with this fantastic look. You will only need three things: two contrasting nail polish colors and a dotting tool. Follow the source to also find the tutorial which details how to achieve this style.

#3 Pink Overload

pink nail art


More flowers come into the picture with this all-pink look for every pink lover out there. Balance out the plainness of a pastel pink hue with a coating of shimmers and some cute, little flowers.

#4 Flower Rainbow

flower rainbow


Sorry, can’t let go of the flowers just yet! The floral patterns in this look are relatively minimalist, but you wholly make up for that through the myriad of colors. It’s such an easy-to-achieve look, yet incredibly effective and bright.

#5 Nude and Modern

nude nail art


Alternatively, you may opt for a look that’s pretty much the complete opposite of what you’d expect from a spring look. This style uses only nude and neutral shades, but manages to stand out using the very precise shapes which give the manicure a modern vibe.

#6 Pink Reverse Gradient

pink reverse gradient


If you don’t think you can handle the skilled patience required to draw cute flowers, you will surely be able to handle the dots that make this look. Although the base color here is pink, you can use any shades you want.

#7 Pastel Solids

pastel silver line


Let’s tone it down an extra notch: this one has no patterns at all. Using two soft pastel colors, you can create a very simple and effective look. Just separate them using a silver line and, bam! Art on your nails.

#8 Rainbow French Stripes

rainbow stripes french


Not feeling the all-around color coatings? Then give your nails a classic French manicure with a twist. This look adds rainbows to the tips of your nails and manages to liven them up with only a few mere stripes of color.

Wrapping Up

In conclusion, it’s a great time to experiment with spring nail art and make the best out of it. With simple color combinations and some patiently-drawn flowers, you’ll be able to channel those spring vibes in no time!