Fall Leaves Nails ~ DIY Nails Design

Hey everyone! How are you all doing! Of all the seasons, fall is my favorite. Crunchy colorful leaves uplift the spirit. You can enjoy the bright sun without sweating and the feeling of holidays are approaching! Let’s welcome fall with this pretty Fall Leaves Nails! I chose bright red color to paint the leaves, you can use yellow, burnt orange or any other fall color you like. Grab your stuffs and let’s get started with this easy DIY Nails Design.

Fall Leaves Nails DIY Nails Design

 

Items and Tools I Used

  • Base Coat Polish
  • White Eye shadow pigment
  • Foil Glue
  • Fan Brush
  • A Fluffy Brush
  • Acrylic Paint – Black and Red
  • Nail Art Detail Brush
  • Angled Nail Art Brush
  • Top Coat

How I did the Nail Design

Start by applying base coat on your nails and let it dry. Base Coat makes your manicure last longer and protects your natural nails. Add some foil glue to the nail tip and give it couple of minutes to dry. Using a fluffy brush place the white eye shadow pigment on the glued area. Dust off the excess with a fan brush. Seal the pigments with a layer of top coat.

Nail Tips are of different color than nail bed. The eye shadow pigment worked really nice to give a soft creme finish to the nail tip. I left the background clear for this nail design and it really made the red leaves pop. Pick some black acrylic paint on the angled nail art brush and make a diagonal French manicure. The angled brush makes the work easy. You don’t have to struggle to make a clean manicure line with the angled nail art brush and it gets to corner of your nail easily.

You can a use a black polish instead of the black paint. Most of the times, I prefer to use acrylic paints while doing nail art as it is easy to work with acrylic paint than polish. Now take black paint on your detail brush draw some lines to make branches.

With red paint on your detail brush, make fall leaves. The easy way to paint leaves is to make a dot and gently pull the brush to a point. When the paint is dry, seal the whole design with top coat. I was impatient and applied top coat when the paint was still wet. You can notice, it dragged some of the red paint. So let the paint dry fully, then apply top coat.

See the video tutorial for a clear idea

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Hope you liked this Fall Leaves Nail Design. Is Fall the most exciting season for you? How do you enjoy this colorful season! Share your thoughts in the comment box below. I would be happy to hear from you:)

Enjoy and Thank you for stopping by. Don’t forget to check my Nail Art section for more awesome Nail Art Tutorials!

XOXO

Demi

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6 Comments:

  1. Hello, I looooove this new pattern of the nails and I also like the fact that you make nail art really easy and affordable. Thank you!

  2. I am busier than any grandmother should be and don’t have time to do my nails and rarely have time or money to go and have them done. But I have to say that finding your site gets me wishing for a nice manicure with some fun pizzaz.

    Very cool autumn share. It was my favorite time of year in Delaware. I moved from there when I was twelve, I loved playing in the autumn leaves.

    Thanks for a fun share and the memories.

    Linda

  3. Great site and information! Very creative and beautiful work! Love it, getting your nails done like is expensive thanks for the DIY info!

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