Long, 3D, subtle, and multicolored claws abound! Flowery fingers might get old at some point, so wear something that stands out. You’re unique and special and everyone needs to come to terms with that. Simply painting your fingernails is cute, but it’s worth adding interesting details occasionally.
Flowery Fingernails – Section Three.
Add Flora and Fauna.
Ladybugs, stand out with incredibly tall flowers on your middle finger, throw in jewels and glitter for special effects, or have three-inch fingernails, choose interesting effects from this gallery. To keep it extra intriguing, combine a bunch of details from different designs. Not everything here’s straight up weird, that wouldn’t be fun all week long. Even subtle things can be interesting. Mimic something from this selection and you’re guaranteed to turn heads. Whether by your own hand or a salon, we’ll never tell.
Fun but Impractical.
It’s fun to experiment with extra long fake nails, these have a whole garden attached. Combine glittery paint with extravagant 3D aspects for a standout design. Not something for every day, so wear on the most special occasions.
A watercolor painting on your fingers. A little tough to pull off, as you need precision to work with watery colors, it’s well worth it for how beautiful the finished product appears.
We often paint our nails girly colors, sometimes we forget that other things work too. Case in point, this blue, some may consider it a boyish color, but not necessarily so, it goes beautifully with charming flower patterns.
Flowery patterns don’t have to swamp the entire hand, they can be quite subtle and still be effective. Each of these is different, whether it’s a different pattern or color. They’re cute and fun looking, matching most other colors.
Sassy! So long and pointy, it’s a little daunting. The flower pattern takes the edge off. It’s a powerful look, even with such a feminine, flowery pattern attached.
Cute, Simple, Retro.
Simple, cute, and a touch retro. Easily do them yourself with a steady hand and a thin brush. They might not go perfectly well with the silver, so glitter on top is a necessary design touch. The combination of girly flowers and extravagant silver gives a cute but epic look.
Mysterious and beautiful qualities to this pattern. Great for teenagers who feel existential and interesting. The background reminds us of foggy nights. It works well if you’re feeling extra young or if you’re still in high school.
Most bugs are gross, but not ladybugs. They go adorably with soft blue and white. It’s not often you see flowery patterns armed with ladybugs, it’s unique and cute. It’s not a professional look, but it is adorable if you fancy something unusual.
Adding something to your ring finger in isolation is still a classic and beloved design. Easy-going French tips with subtle flowers on the ring fingers of each hand. The colors compliment the French tips, there aren’t an excessive amount of flowers so it’s not overzealous.
Naked cuticles are an interesting touch, red nails are classic, and flowers go with anything girly. So overall, these must be the most popular fingernails in town. The red flowers look like poppies and cover four fingers. To calm it all down, opt for fewer flowers and/or a soberer color on the spares.
Seen more interesting nails? We’d love to see pictures! These fine tipped, extravagantly long, 3D nail art festooned designs are totally a girl’s best friend. Cool and interesting, only wear once because too many people will be asking for a look and you’ll get nothing done.
Long, not Too Long.
Classy nails. Long, not too long, blue but soft blue, and armed with charming flowers. Paint a pattern exclusively on your ring finger, keeps everything toned down. For day-to-day life, but for a party or wedding too.
Stylized poppies on a white basecoat with a few green leaves scattered in the background. All a touch too busy for most people’s taste so flatten things down a touch by limiting the patterned finger count to one or two on each hand and replace with a muted color.
A touch of sixties or seventies psychedelia from the pale orange and the swirly floral pattern on the middle fingers. Classy enough to be worn to a wedding but simple enough to be worn to work. More floral designs next.