Nail Arts

Peacock Nail Art Tutorial ~ Gold and Blue Nails

Hey every one, How are you all doing today. I have an easy and interesting design today. I have always been fascinated with Peacock and today’s design is the reflection of that. This Gold and Blue Nails look so awesome. Let’s get straight to the Peacock Nail Art Tutorial.

Peacock nail Art Tutorial

Items and Tools I Used

  • Base Coat
  • Nude Nail Polish – Wet n Wild 2% Milk
  • Sheer Pearl Glitter Nail Polish – Milani Color Statement Nail Lacquer, 01 Pearl-Plexed Sheer
  • Wet n Wild Break the Ice Nail Polish
  • Sheer Turquoise Nail Polish – Colorbar Peacock Blue
  • Acrylic paint – Gold and Blue Green by Americana
  • Rivets Stud Rhinestones
  • Nail Art Dotting Tool
  • A Paint Brush
  • Top Coat

How I did the Nail Design

Start by applying base coat on your nails. Always make sure one coat of polish or one step of the Nail Art is fully dry before moving on to the next. Paint all your nails with the Nude Nail Polish. In this design I have only one layer of the polish as I just wanted to make a smooth base and not to intensify the base color.

Layer a thin coat of the pearl glitter nail polish. As we all know the natural color of nail tips is much different to the nail bed. So cover the nail tips with Wet n Wild Break the Ice Nail Polish just to make the tips more opaque with this shimmery white polish.

Dip your dotting Tool in Gold acrylic paint and make dots following the curve of your cuticle. Using a dotting tool makes the shapes smaller as you go. So in this design I performed the dotting job in two steps. Start by dotting in the middle and go upwards on each direction. In the second step place the dotting tool on the already done middle dot to get uniform size in either side.

With the same dotting tool, take the Blue Green acrylic paint and make dots in the center of gold dots following the same process. Take Blue Green paint on a brush, any brush will do. I used a regular water color brush and make an upside down U shape leaving little space from the dots. Apply the Sheer Turquoise Nail Polish over the blue paint.

Seal the whole design with top coat. Let the nails dry completely. Add Nail Glue and place the gold stud Rhinestones. I used Top Coat for this purpose and the rhinestones didn’t stay long as they are little bigger in size. You need to seal the design with top coat before adding rhinestones as you will be using nail glue. If you want to use clear polish/top coat then again lock the design with Top Coat.

See the Video Tutorial below for a clear idea

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Peacock nail Art Tutorial gold and blue nails Peacock nail Art Tutorial

I was so happy when I finished this design. I really liked how it came out. Hope you will like this Gold and Blue Nails too. Let me know what you think of this Nail Design. Share your thoughts in the comment box below. I would be happy to reply to your comments 🙂

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. These are really cute and original!

    1. Thank you Ali!

  2. So far everything looks good here. I like the quality of the pictures. I have no reason to do my nails, but I’m sure you’re catching the eyes of those who do.

    1. Thanks Jordan. Glad that you liked these designs.

  3. Nice site! I like how you laid it out like 123 makes sense.

    1. Thanks Kerry!

  4. Cute, I think the little lady would love this one, will pass it on.

    Keep up the good work, best wishes.

    1. Hi Ty, Thanks for liking and sharing.

  5. Nice design, I’m looking forward to seeing more of your designs.I really like using the rolles of nail tape in my desings because they make such perfect lines and can cover up some shakiy hand work. I’m just not so good with that.

    1. Thanks Debra. I like tapes. I have few designs with tapes and also I will be adding in future. Please keep coming back.

  6. Really love this page. When I have time I will go back through it, need some nails first!! Good luck with your business.

    1. Hi Susan, thanks for stopping by. I do have few tips to grow nails in “nail care” section. Let me know if those tips will help you.

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