There’s something about florals (particularly on nails) that instantly puts us in a good mood. They can be chic or playful or somewhere in between — it’s really up to you. Ahead, we’ve rounded up the prettiest floral nails on the interwebs — from Japanese flowers that look like a work of art to stationary inspired nails that are perfect for the ‘gram.


Delicate, Fall Florals

These floral nails by Brittany Xavier are giving us all the nail inspo for fall. Nude is the perfect base for delicate flowers and the pops of pink and yellow feel fresh and fun.

 

 

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Nails As Pretty As Your Stationary

Inspired by Rifle Paper Co, Nailsbycambria creates a floral nail look using Essie’s Bon Boyage Collection in the tutorial ahead.


 

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The Nails That’ll Improve Your Attitude

If you’re ever having a bad day, feel free to stare at xglitxandpolishx sunflower and polka dot nails — they’ll be an instant boost for your mood.


 

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Mini-Works of Art

These hand painted florals by Betina Goldstein are difficult to replicate, but it’ll be fun for you (or your nail tech) to try.


 

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Inspired by the East

Inspired by Japanese Camellias, Shinigamixnailxart creates an ethereal nail look with deep reds and greens. It’s a subtle way to rock florals and will make even the most color-shy reconsider.


 

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The Look You Can Try At Home

If you’re a fan of DIY nail art, give this look by sjk.nails a try. All you need is a bright base shade and a small detailing tool to try these simple and bright floral nails.


 

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All About That Base (Of The Nail)

Perfect for a fan of subtle and minimal flowers, this look by Betina Goldstein is an inspired take on the floral nail art trend. It looks like flowers are blooming from her cuticles — creating a subtle yet bold nail look.

 

 

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