There are many ways to make your pretty nails stand out above the rest. If you’re really looking to catch someone’s eye, we recommended you use awesome patterns in combination with bright colors. Using bright colors doesn’t mean they have to be gaudy. Don’t just throw a bunch of neon colors together. Instead, match wonderfully pretty colors in interesting ways.
Colorful Section Two – Pretty Nails
Pretty Nails and Designs.
Capture the night sky’s essence with pretty ombre blues and purples. Or use soft colors to make a rainbow. Glitter and sparkles always go a long way. Most of these patterns are fun because they’re so simple, so enjoyable to look at, as well as enjoyable to make. Give yourself a little treat, give the salon something to sink their teeth into.
Painting your Fingertips is Already a Feminine Task.
So, go all-out and take it to the next level? These have everything that’s defined as girlie. Pink? Check. Polka dots? Check. Glitter? Check. Pretty nails? Check. Leopard print? Check. To top it off, jewels are glued onto one nail on each hand.
You know how, when you buy fake nails, they come really long and you have to file them down? Well, what would happen if you didn’t file them? You could make crazy nail art, that’s what. All you have to do is sponge on the colors you want and throw on a glittery top coat to make these nails work.
Colorful but the Classy Side.
Need something classy, but can’t help but love pretty girlie nails, here’s where you turn. Pinks, purples, and reds combine with flowery patterns and glitter for boss designs. Since you need a fake base for this to work, treat yourself at a salon for something funky at your fingertips.
These funky designs are fun and easy to create. Color your tips glittery red and blue, then stencil some Hawaiian flowers. Because the rest of your fingers are nude, the blue of the flowers really pops. Sparkly miniature flowers have been added to the pattern.
Gray can be such a nice tone when used correctly and matching it with red is definitely using it correctly. These are nice, simple and to the point. The cuticles are red, the rest are a nice, smoky gray. Medium length looks extra pretty with these colors, giving them time to shine.
Subtle colors can still be eye catching. Case in point: these glorious examples. Two nails on each hand covered in cute, soft colors, they still make you look twice. There’s also a nice, soft blue to counteract the colorful nature. The colors aren’t too bright, they’re just enough to attract the eye.
Pretty Nifty Blue.
These nifty blue patterns are something you’ll stare at for hours. Each come with unique patterns and come in a range of blue. You’ll be sitting, staring at your fingers all day long.
Sometimes, the classics work best, these certainly reinforce that. Long, bright pink nails are counteracted with decorated ring fingers. Through careful brushwork, leopard print that’s still utilizing that pink decorates the model’s unique nails. Exactly what’s needed for some girly fun, like a girl’s night out or some good old clubbing.
Dark Color Scheme.
Disney movies? Maybe because the colors match Yzma from The Emperor’s New Groove. The dark and light purple counteract each other perfectly, while the gold adds a real wow factor to the otherwise subtle aura.
Perfect for Valentine’s Day and they’re easy to recreate but lots of glue is needed. Simply paint your bases: white, red, and pink, then glue on the hearts and little bubbles. Very much themed art, so match your clothes and accessories.
One for Shorter Nails.
Short nails? No need to be short on style. Keep it simple with these lovely colors. Gold, pink, and white combine perfectly to make something subtle, yet appealing. Two different hues of gold are used; one that’s bright, and one that suits the white it partners.
Tacky Scrubs Up.
Every now and again, tacky ends up being awesome, this is one of those times. Black and yellow work so well together, they can make bad things good. In this case, confetti is the awkward, silly thing you could only imagine teenagers wearing. But when it goes so perfectly with a sharp color like yellow, it suddenly becomes glorious and interesting, trendy and youthful.
Green and Yellow.
Green and yellow can be bright, especially in combination. They can be beautiful together even when they’re more subtle. It’s especially nice to add charming patterns, like fun dolphin tails.
Black and gold are universally loved. When you have a combination everyone knows, it’s fun to experiment. Diamonds, jewels, and little black and yellow blocks in no logical pattern, make this set extreme and extremely cool.