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63 Best Spring Nail Art Designs to Copy in 2020

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21. Creative Spring Nails

Our next spring nail idea is stylish and unique. The nails have been painted in a light pink and have different gold and gem designs. Art like this will suit nails in all lengths and shapes. These will look great all spring and the seasons after.

Creative Spring Nails

Source: @nail_jinny

22. Pretty Floral Nail Art

Here is another pretty spring nail idea. Some of the nails have been painted in a pastel purple and two have a purple floral design. Flowers like these can be recreated with stencils or stickers. You can create a similar design in any color palette.

Pretty Floral Nail Art

Source: @nono.nails

23. Pink Nails with Gem Accent Nail

Last on our list are these glam nails. The nails have been painted in a light pink and one nail has a sparkling gem design. A design like this would look super stylish on any nail length and shape. You can recreate this look with any color. Maybe even try gems in different sizes and colors.

24. Chic Floral Spring Nails

Brighten up your look for spring with floral nails like these! The nails are nude with a vibrant flower design towards the tips. It is such a stunning look and it will make your nails stand out beautifully. Try nail art like this or you can try using different flowers. If the floral nail art is too bold for you, then you can have nude nails with one floral accent nail.

25. Nude and Pastel Nails with Stars

Pastel colors are perfect for the spring season. These next nails show how to wear pastel pink and blue in style. Some of the nails are pink and two of the nails are blue. The two blue nails are also decorated with stars. This is such a cute and pretty idea. You can buy stars for your nails online and they will suit any nail color.

26. Pretty Striped Nails

Next, we have a pretty nail idea to show you. Most of the nails are bright pink and there are two accent nails. One accent nail is covered in gold glitter and the other has a striped pattern. These nails will look so stylish during the spring season. You can can recreate the stripes with nail tape and the colors used were: OPI in shades Time For A Napa, Feeling Frisco, Alpine Snow and My Favorite Ornament.

Pretty Striped Nails for Spring and Summer

Source: @melcisme

27. Elegant Flower Nail Idea

Add the bright blooms of spring to your nails with a design like this one. Some of the nails are light pink, one is covered in glitter and the rest are white with stunning floral nail art. The flowers on the nails were hand-painted but you can buy stencils and stickers to make creating floral nails easier. You can also just have flower nails without glitter too.

Elegant Flower Nail Idea

Source: @lieve91

28. Peachy and Gold Glitter Chevron Nails

Our next nail idea is sparkly and pretty! The nails are a light, peachy shade with two accent nails. One accent nail has gold glitter and the other has a chevron design. Chevron nails are so stylish and the design can be created with a nail stencil. You can recreate this glam look or use any colors of your choice.

29. Polka Dots and Flowers

Next, we have a cute nail idea to share. These nails feature bold yellow color, polka dots, flowers and gems. It is a beautiful manicure and it is perfect for the spring season. Try and recreate the whole look or just a couple of the nail designs you like. The nails were created with Ella+Mila polish in shades Pucker Up, Limoncello, Samba Beats and Pure Love, as well as OPI ‘You Callin Me A Lyre?’. All these colors will be great for spring, so you can wear the colors without the nail art.

30. Pretty Pastel Nail Design

A chic color combination you can try for the spring is blue and yellow. Here we have a cute manicure that shows how to wear these colors in style! Two of the nails are pastel blue, one nail is light yellow and the rest have a colorful design. Each of the nails has gold embellishments too. It is trendy nail idea that will brighten up your look. Recreate the nails or just try the pastel colors on their own.

Pretty Pastel Nail Design for Spring

Source: @ana0m

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