3 Super Easy Fall Nail Ideas You Should Try This Season

There are lots of fall nail ideas out there on the web. The thing is that not all of them are perfectly doable at home. That is why we set a goal in front of us to find something perfectly fresh and easy to replicate at the same time. In our opinion, the aim was achieved, what do you think? Would you dare trying one of these nail designs?

Fall Nail Ideas: Rainy Day

What can better represent fall nail art than the rainy day nail design?

  1. Apply a base coat.
  2. Apply a grey base color to your thumb, index, and pinkie.
  3. Apply white coat, closer to the top to form the cloud.
  4. With a dotting tool, form smaller cloud edges.
  5. With a small brush, add silver sparkly dots to represent rain.
  6. Add a tear drop stud as a rain drop.
  7. Apply white nail polish to your middle nail.
  8. Add a swipe of grey to the middle and continue to form the umbrella.
  9. With the help of blue nail polish, add sections to your umbrella.
  10. Apply glittery blue nail polish to your ring finger.
  11. Apply a top coat.

Source: Janelle Estep via Youtube

Easy Fall Nail Art with Leaves and Dots

There are no autumn nail designs that can go without the leaves involved.

  1. Start the design with the nude base.
  2. With a dotting tool, make the outline of the leaf.
  3. With a dotting tool, add up few polka dots that will transform into berries later on.
  4. Add up some yellowish smaller leaves to the nail.
  5. Apply lighter orange to the biggest leaf.
  6. Add up some small stem to the leaf.
  7. With a small dotting tool, add up few brown and bright yellow polka dots to the design.
  8. Apply a top coat.

Source: Jenny Claire Fox via Youtube

Autumn Nail Designs: Branches and Leaves

This nail design is so simple and pretty!

  1. Start with a maroon base.
  2. Draw two nude lines that will transform into branches later on.
  3. Add up white leaves to each brunch.
  4. Add up light green leaves to each brunch.
  5. Add up orange leaves to each brunch.
  6. Apply a top coat.

Source: Jenny Claire Fox via Youtube

Main photo by Jenny Claire Fox