Saturday, 9 July 2016

Easy Spring Floral Nail Art #2 | Step by Step Spring Nail Art


I have another floral nail art tutorial for you all!

On my previous floral nail art tutorial, which can be found here, I got a lot of positive feedback and people seemed to like it, so I thought I'd do anther one!

L-R: Barry M Dragon, Essie Bikini So Teeny, Butter London Cheeky Chops, Models Own Peach Melba and a dotting tool

Sorry that it's a bit blurry - but you get the idea of how I created the flowers :)
1. Using a dotting tool and Barry M Dragon, I did 5 dots to form the shape of a flower. I did a few of these around the edge of the nail.

2. Then using the same 5 dot technique I used Essie Bikini So Teeny to do a few more flowers around the edge.

3. Using Butter London Cheeky Chops, I did some more flowers around the edge. I overlapped a few of the flowers so there weren't so many gaps.

And... that's it! Obviously you don't have to do the flowers around the edge; you could do them all over your nails or at the base of your nail, anything you want!


This nail art doesn't have to be for Spring. It could be done in Autumn using nudes and dark purples! You can also change the colours and play around with it if you don't like the colours I've used.

I hope you liked this quick little step by step tutorial! Also, let me know if you'd like to see more :)

Thanks for reading,

55 comments:

  1. I absolutely adore these kind of girly, pastel shades! :) <3 Loving this tutorial so much, the floral pattern is just so cute, you're very talented hun! Thank you for sharing this & I'd love to see more nail art tutorials like this on your lovely blog. :) <3 Kisses!

    Kay
    http://shoesandglitter.com/

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    1. Yeah pastels are so lovely! Aw thank you so much!! X

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  2. Pastel shades are probably one of my favourite shades to wear. Love the cute little floral pattern and can't wait to recreate it! x

    TOUCHOFGUCCI // BLOGLOVIN

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    1. I'm glad you like it! You'll have to let me know if you recreate it! :D x

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  3. Very pretty! Those dotting tools are good aren't they? I used to use them to make flowers in the salon. Xx

    ♥ Carly Susanne - A Beauty & Lifestyle Blog

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    1. Thank you :) Yeah they're so handy lol x

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  4. Great post !!!
    http://www.pperlenoirstyle.com

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  5. Stunning. Please check out my latest lookbook!

    Kisses xo | From Aliona With Love

    Instagram @alionawithlove

    Twitter @alionawithlove

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  6. This is such a cute nail look! It's so versatile and perfect for spring and summer ♥
    Amy xx

    Little Moon Dragon

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  7. Love the girly, flowery nails! They kind of have a 60's vibe :)

    COLLEENWELSCH.COM | An LA Lifestyle Blog

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  8. Fantastic colours, perfect for summer!

    I have a new post up on the blog, would love to know your thoughts:

    * Electric Sunrise - Fashion and Lifestyle Blog *

    x

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  9. I love this so much the pattern is so cute and the colours are lovely; perfect for summer! x

    http://luxuryblush.blogspot.co.uk/

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  10. Ah the nails look so gorgeous! I wish I was more creative with nails, as they look so cute xx

    Gemma ♡ Miss Makeup Magpie

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  11. Wow these look so gorgeous! I love the choice of colours xo

    Emily | emsalice.com

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  12. This is adorable!

    xo
    www.carinavardie.com

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  13. Such gorgeous colours, i love the nail art, such a cute idea!

    Dana
    fashiondew.co.uk

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  14. these look beautiful !! i wish i was more of a nail person ! :)

    http://www.carolinapinglo.com/

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  15. Love the nails! You make it look so easy, but I can't even coat my nails with one polish! Haha!

    xx Bash |   go say   H E Y   B A S H

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  16. This is so pretty but I love your suggestion to do it in autumn with darker shades too! x

    Viva Epernay | £100 Asos Voucher Giveaway! | Vote For Me - Beauty Blogging Awards

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    1. Thank you! The design should look ok with Autumn colours - I'll have to try in Autumn lol! X

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    1. Thank you so much! Yes it's a lovely shade! :) x

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  18. Your nails are so pretty! You are so talented! Can you do mine? :D

    Have a wonderful day!

    xoSE
    http://www.sashaelizabeth.com/2016/07/paint-sip.html

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  19. Damn girl, I wish I had your skills!! These look amazing! I struggle with painting my nails just one block colour haha! Would love to see more posts like this!

    Abbey ✨ www.abbeylouisarose.co.uk

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    1. Aww haha! Thank you so much! I enjoy doing posts like these - I may have to do more! x

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  20. Such a cute blog!
    lots of love form Ina - http://theradiantcherie.com/

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  21. wish I had as much patience as you!! haha. I love the floral detailed nail, its gorgeous :)

    hannatalks

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  22. I am absolute rubbish at doing nails, really, but I think I'd give nail art a shot just for these floral patterns; they're so pretty! I LOVE the colour combination, too!

    MAY | WWW.THEMAYDEN.COM

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    1. That's good!! Thank you! Nail art doesn't have to be perfect lol :) x

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  23. I'm loving this nail art! I picked up a few dotting tools but I've never tried them out before, but this has persuaded me to pick them up :)

    Velvet Blush

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    1. Thank you so much! Yes, pick them up and dot away! Haha x

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  24. This is so pretty! I love the colours pattern and everything! Gemma x
    www.jacquardflower.uk

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  25. It seems so simple but I'd probably make a mess! You did an amazing job xx :-)

    http://beautifulbliss12.blogspot.com/

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    1. Hahah! I'm sure you won't lol! Thank you :) x

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  26. These are amazing! I've always considered nail art to be quite difficult but you've easily shown how it's possible even for someone a bit rubbish like me!

    Musings & More

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