10 Gorgeous Nail Designs You Can Do At Home

Is there anything more relaxing in the beauty routine than getting a manicure? I don’t think there is. If the nails you see every day on your Instagram feed are a bit too out-there, don’t worry, Lulu’s has something new for you. Above all, It’s fair when we compile many choices, and you can be creative enough to pick the one you like best. And whatever that serves you as an inspiration for the next trip to the nail salon, keep it for another time – because for now, we have the ideas to makes your own DIY nails.

See below for some of the favorite and coolest nail designs which you can do at home by yourself:

 

 

Gold and Silver Chevron Nails

1. Cut blue painter’s tape onto triangles and place onto nails. 2. Apply a chrome polish over the entire exposed nail. Remove the tape while the polish still wet. 3. Use a toothpick and gold polish, create a smaller triangle inside the unpainted area. 4. Finish with a top coat and you’re done!

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Blue Matte Striped

1. Apply a dark blue polish. Apply a top coat to seal in your polish. 3. Once nails are completely dry, apply strips of striping tape onto the nail. 4. Apply a matte top coat onto the entire nail. 5. Carefully remove the tape before the top coat dries. This will give you clean lines. You’ll love them!

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White Chevron Negative Space

1. Paint nails with a clear base coat. 2. Use striping tape to create a chevron pattern. 3. Paint a white polish over the entire nail. Remove the tape while the polish is still wet. 4. Apply a top coat, and your nails are ready!

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Pastel Galaxy Nails

1. Apply two coats of a light sky blue nail polish. 2. Tear off a small piece of your makeup sponge and dip the corner it into darker shades. 3. Once your layers have dried, using a dotting tool with a fine tip, place small white dots sporadically on each nail, then continue with other steps and it will be done!

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Beach Waves Nails

For this, you will need 1. White, light brown, turquoise and blue nail polish. 2 Sponge. 3. Plastic cup with water; 4.Nail polish remover;
5.Hairspray (or acetone in a spray bottle); 6.A few cotton pads. You’ll love your waves in you nails!

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Black and white asymmetrical crescent

1. Apply a white polish. 2. Paint a curved line to create the outline of the black area. 3. Fill in with a black polish. 4. Apply a top coat and you’re done!

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A fishnet manicure look

1. Use fishnet, or a loofah and first apply a dark base coat to your nails 2. Cut a corner from your loofah and hold it tight against your nail while applying a lighter base coat on top of it. 3. Keep holding the loofah netting on the nail for a few minutes or until the polish is dry. And you’re done!

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Blue and silver negative space

1. Paint nails with a base coat and place a piece of tape across the nails once they’re dry.  2. Paint a blue polish on one side of the tape, down to the tip. Remove the tape while the polish is still wet. 3. Place a piece of silver striping tape where the blue polish and bare nail meet. 4. Clip off any excess tape & finish with a top coat.

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Nude and Lavender Nails

1. Paint nail with a lavender polish and allow to try completely. 2. Place two hope reinforcement labels on either side of the nail. 3. Apply a nude polish to the middle of the nail and remove the labels while the nude polish is still wet. 4. Apply a top coat and you’re done!

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White marble nails

1. Paint nails with a white polish. 2. Scrunch up a piece of plastic wrap and dip it lightly into a grey polish. Dab onto the nails. 3. Drip 4 or 5 drops of grey polish into a small cup of water. Spray the surface lightly with hairspray, then dip your nail into the water and remove it carefully. 4. Clean up around the nail, then use a thin brush and 100 % acetone to barely dab the lines to make them less harsh. 5. Add a top coat to finish!

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Which one do you like best?