The arrival of spring means so many things. For some it means planting pretty flowers, for others it means fun crafting and there are also some for whom spring means experimenting with colors and spring themes while doing your own mani.

In this article we are showing you ten beautiful ideas on spring nail art. From sugar spun to dry brush nail art, there is something for everyone’s taste. The most important thing is that all of these ideas are easy to make – it’s just up to you to use your imagination.

1. Lavender Blossom



Delicate and nice and just as much as the real lavender, these blossoms are very easy to paint. It’s very important to have the right nail brush – a super tiny one will work perfectly for the lavender blossoms, or you can just create this kind of brush by thinning down the bristles of a thicker brush with cuticle nippers.

2. Wildflower Poppies



Wannabe poppies in red, white and blue can look amazing on a clear base coat. It’s really simple to come up with this nail art because all you need to do is just to paint dots and connecting them in a way that a flower will be created. You can use other colors besides these three – it’s all up to your imagination.

3. Radiant Orchid



One of the most beautiful floral nail art that you can come up with is exactly this one. If you admire the color so much, then you will completely understand why radiant orchid was chose as the Color of the Year by Pantone. That’s the color used as the base, while for the petals you’ll need white and purple acrylic paint and a small flat paint brush.

4. Pastel Sugar Spun



Sugar spun mani is very vibrant and playful nail art. All the movements with the color lines on the nails make them so hard to be missed! If you’re willing to try the sugar spun mani and make it inspired by spring, one of the best ways to do so is to use pastel colors and even use more colors than two! You can have a white base coat, or choose other color just be careful to not make it too much colorful.

5. Teal Flowers



Teal color and flowers is a great spring combo. The tutorial for this nail art is in French, however even from the picture you can see that it’s easy to make it. Make your base coat in teal and use teal, black and white to create the flowers. Having a tiny brush will be really helpful for the petals.

6. Butterflies on Blue



One of the things that spring brings with itself are the butterflies. These small creatures, no matter their color, can certainly spread some good spring vibes, so don’t hesitate to paint one on your nails. For this nail art, you’ll have to create one art on all nails – a branch, flowers and butterflies. Feel free to get creative!

7. Spring Glitters



This is the easiest nail art on this list, as all you need to do is to pick a nail polish with glitters. There is plenty of choice when it comes to this! All you need to be careful about is choosing the right colors – if you choose something dark, it probably won’t send any spring vibes!

8. Dry Brush Nail Art



They look amazing, aren’t they? We fell in love with this nail art the moment we saw it! It isn’t the easiest tutorial on the list, but it’s definitely worth it. The trick behind this nail art is the use of dry brush. That means you need to take the nail brush and get as much of the polish off of it by running it back and forth over the open neck of the polish. It’s all about creating brush strokes!

9. Neon Florals



As you already, nothing suits a spring – inspired nail art like a floral theme. There are tons of ideas that you can use and so many of them can be easily done. This nail art is a very good example. It is a combination of neutral and neon colors. The neon color is adding playfulness to the look and is also putting the focus on the flowers.

10. Fun Spring Lines



The last nail art idea on this list is totally different from all the rest we have already shown you. This is for all of you who aren’t really a fan of floral themes, pastels and glitters. After applying the base coat in a color by your preference, paint small lines in different directions. Voila!