An adventurous, bold and
utterly fantastic combination – pink and green nail designs will make you stand out from the crowd. There are so many things you could do with this combination but I’ve collected my personal favorite pink and green nail designs to give you some inspiration.
From the subtle and stylish to the outlandish eyebrow raisers, these designs will hopefully give you some ideas for your next manicure.
Let’s start simple enough. Cute french tips with green on one hand and pink on the other? Cute but understated enough for the office.
If you want to mix things up on the same hand, fading from pink to green gives a really cool effect here.
Or go vertical with a little embellishment in the middle. Keeping some of the nails one pure color really makes them pop.
Or, if you’re going for pink and green, what about neon? Maybe a little out of place in the office but these nail designs will get some attention. I also like the little flame nail designs on the ring finger.
Or setting the green and pink against black really makes the color stand out.
These pink and green gel nails look cute and the little bit of goal adds a little bit of distinction.
A deep pink fading into an even deeper green.
These unique pink and green nail design features the rare ‘Abocat’. I love the design so much but the editor wouldn’t let me include it on our cat nail designs list. Just because it isn’t technically a cat. It is pink, green and absolutely fantastic.
I really love the leaf and flamingo style on these nail stamps.
I always love a neatly done polka dot nail design and it’s a good excuse for some pink and green nail polish for extra fun.
The only thing cuter than light shades of pink and green? Adding little hearts with the opposite color. Fantastic.
Or fade them a little and only one heart on each hand?
Or how about some neon green nails with pink french tips?
Pink and green nail art? You have to have at least one watermelon design on the list.
Or how about this cool flower-growing style?
Different shades of neon pink and green?
I really like the rhinestones separating the pink and green on each hand here.
I like the contrast here between the metallic pink and the matte green nails.
Again with the asymmetry, a pink french tip on a green nail and the opposite on the other hand. Love it.
A little bit of glitter to define the cuticles on these green and pink nails.
Or highlight one or two nails with a little glitter and leave the others as light shades of pink and green.
The roses on these pink and green nails are downright stunning. The little gemstone really sets them off nicely. I just can’t fault these.
Or you can even keep it a simple flower pattern, with pink and green they’re still very unique.
Lovely Jubbly pick n mix nails. If you can’t pick a single design? Go with a little bit of everything.💚💕
Geometrical Frenchies in pink and green with a natural base. The subtle glitter line as a barrier is a nice touch. 💖💚
You could also mix it up by replacing the natural base with a solid color.
These funky little numbers match this GORGEOUS engagement ring 💍 💕💚
I love the bright colorway as just plain polish but I love the accent nail design on this set. Kind of a serious Celtic vibe but in bright colors, it looks super playful.
Possibly the most subtle accent design we’ve ever seen. A single dot on the opposite nail.
Another pick ‘n mix selection of designs. I really like the checkered nail art but I do hope there’s some caffeine in that cup.
I love seeing short nails make use of negative space, and these abstract lines look great with the colorway.
Or keep it simple with some solid colors and some glossy finish. Sometimes simple is better (and suits a wider range of outfits).
How about using one of the colors as the base and highlighting with the other? An extra splash of black in this set, but you get the idea.
do hope this has given you some ideas for pink and green nails. If you give this a go – I want to see it! Send me a photo of your nails and we’ll feature them here.
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