Nail Design For Fall
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Nail Design For Fall ~ Water Transfer Nail Art

Hey everyone! Hope you had great time last long weekend! I saw some fallen leaves on my patio and I screamed in my head, Fall’s approaching 🙂 I did this lovely Nail Design for fall sometime back using Water Transfer Nail Art Decals. Hope you will like it. What could be more exciting in fall than having fall leaves on your nails, that too with out putting much work and time into it. Well, let me show you exactly how to make your nails pretty with fall leaves!

Nail Design For Fall

Items and Tools I Used

  • Base Coat Nail Polish

    Fall Leaves Nail Decals
    Buy it HERE

  • Nude Pink Nail Polish – Sally Hansen Brilliant Blush
  • Cranberry Color Nail Polish – Bonita Salon Rembrandt’s Muse
  • Makeup Sponge
  • Nail Art Water Transfer Decals Fall Leaves
  • Pair of Scissors
  • Top Coat Polish

How I did the Nail Design

Start by applying base coat on your nails and let it dry. You can not skip applying base coat if you want your manicure to stay long. Apart from that, base coat protects natural shine of your nails by preventing yellow stains over time. After your nails are dry, apply a nude pink polish. I used Sally Hansen Brilliant Blush, and I can not have any other polish to give my nails that amazing nude shine! That being said, Brilliant blush is the perfect base color for french manicure.

Apply some Cranberry Color Polish on a makeup sponge and sponge the polish onto the nail tips. Seal the tips with a layer of top coat to make the surface smooth and shiny. Now get ready to put some fall leaves on your nails. The water transfer decals I used are little different than water slide decals. The ones I used need not be submerged into water. Rather you need to place them onto your nails face down and simply wet the back of the decal with your finger.

Separate the decals by using a pair of scissors. Remove the protective plastic and place the decal facing down on the lighter area of your nail. Wet the back of the decal with some water using your finger. Slide off the backing paper. Make sure you use the decals on a lighter base color. The decals won’t show up good if you place then over a dark color. Let it set for a minute and seal it with it top coat. Easy and simple, Isn’t it?

See the Video Tutorial for a clear idea

Check out my YouTube Channel for more more Nail Art Designs.

water transfer nail art

Nail Design For Fall

How do you like this fairly simple fall nail design. These Water Transfer decals are really cheap and good quality and it makes nail art so easy and simple. Let me know how do you like it 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!



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  1. Hi Demi,

    Have visited in a while and thouht I’d stop in to see what your latest artwork was showing off. Nice to see you’ve got some fall ideas already coming out. As I’m sure you know we have to plan out out dressing ouw nails ust like a wordrobe. LOL As usual, you never let me done. Nice job, I love the fall leaves. I think I’m gonna go with a rust collor on my tips though.

    Thanks for a great idea

    1. Thanks Debra for stopping by. I love fall season. Hence started preparing little early!

  2. Oh My Gosh, this is so cute! I am obsesses with doing my nails. (I have always been a nail biter growing up so I turned to personal manicurist instead) I do my own acrylic, or just try my best to let them grow out and have pretty nails; but the only thing that keeps me motivated is doing nail art! this is the cutest idea ever! Thank you for the idea for fall, I will be doing this very soon! 🙂

    1. Sure April. Let me know how it comes out! 🙂

  3. Getting ready for the fall season. I’m passing this one on to my friend at FB to see how cool this looks.

    1. Thanks Ken for the like and referral.

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