Combining blue nail designs with glitter gives you the luxuriousness and flexibility of blue nails with the fabulousness of a little glitter. I flexible style for any outfit or event and a great opportunity to
show your own personality. There’s something about blue nail polish with a glitter design that just works. The depth of the blue highlights the glitter in a way that isn’t too in your face.
This look can go
way beyond just adding a little glitter to your blue polish (although that can work too). We’ve looked through thousands of different styles to bring you our favorites. From the simple class to the complex designs, we have a little bit of everything. Whether you’re at a party or just out and about, people will definitely take notice. It’s an easy way to stand out from the crowd.
We have looked at
some of this before on our acrylic blue nail designs or our blue ombre nails but we’re going to focus specifically on glittery designs this time.
We are starting this collection off with these deep royal blue nails. We’ve got some V-shaped French tips topped with glitter and a clear nail topped with blue foil.
These nails oddly remind me of James Sullivan from Monsters, Inc.’s fur. It’s a blue base with purple dots and a bit of sparkle on top!
Here we have this full glitter set topped with hearts and snowflakes. These glitter nails are paired with some simple blue French tips topped with snowflakes.
Here’s a combination of pink and dark blue. The dark blue nail is topped with glitter, and we’ve got two variations of pink nails, one that’s darker and paired with some blue sparkles and one that’s lighter.
This nail set is adorable! We’ve got these short nails without any base shade that are topped with a simple blue sparkle French tip. The accent nail is a blue sparkle ombré.
We’ve got here another royal blue set. The nails are painted with simple blue polish and are paired with clear nails filled with blue glitter.
I love this duo-tone nail set. We’ve got some softer powder blue nails that are matched with midnight blue sparkly nails.
This nail set is a full royal blue set. We’ve got some simple royal blue painted nails that are paired with some full opaque glitter nails.
I love how the bright silver and white detailing contrasts the base of the nails. We’ve got some sparkles, some waves, and some 3D flowers.
This pink and blue set is adorable! The nails are predominantly covered in blue glitter, and the pink nails have some gems on top of them!
Here we’ve got some simple short nails. The designs are a mixture of full glitter, a light blue nail, a deep blue nail, and a mix of both!
I love these metallic nails! They look so rich and beautifully done. I especially love blue to silver ombré detailing because it adds a lot more shine to the look!
These nails will surely do that for you if you want to shine! We’ve got these nude to blue glitter ombré nails that are topped with large amounts of diamonds. Gorgeous!
Here’s a short blue tapered set that’s designed with some lines, some glitter, and some marble. The marbled design is definitely the best because of how accurate the ocean color is.
This is a multi-hued blue nail set. We’ve got some cool tones, warm tones, and reverse ombrés! I love how this entire set looks together!
I’m in love with this set. We’ve got some light blue glitter nails, a glitter gradient, and a marble design. These nails look so posh!
These nails glow like no other! How gorgeous are these beautiful blue glitter-filled nails? I also love how they added a large blue crystal on the accent nail!
Here’s a set that incorporates two different colors but has the same designs. One hand has blue glitter tips, while the other has violet glitter tips. Both are topped with these gorgeous crystals.
I love what these milky blue ombré nails look like. There’s also one accent nail topped with a bunch of blue glitters. Everything’s pretty simple, but the color and design itself are just beautiful.
Here are some really long nails which are best for the glam girls out there! It’s a mix of glitter, French tips, and sweater detailing.
Here’s a lighter blue set which I actually really love. My favorite has to be the pink to green to blue ombré nail.
These nails are to die for! We’ve got these powder blue ombré nails paired with these U-shaped blue glitter French tips.
This set is the epitome of blue glitter nails.
Here’s a short square nail set. We’ve got some glitter tips, a full black glitter nail with gems, and a flower-filled nail.
Try these nails out if you’ve got a special occasion happening anytime soon! They look absolutely classy and could definitely be worn in any situation.
These nails feel like looking at the clear seawater while you’re on a boat.
Here are some long classic tapered French tips that you could wear anytime you feel like being a glam babe!
We are keeping it short and serious with these matte royal blue nails topped with a bit of gem. The glitter nails add a little bit of fun to the otherwise serious look.
Here are some gorgeous glitter nails of different sizes! Some nails are painted with light blue glitter polish with smaller glitter, while others have bigger round glitter.
These nails just make me feel nice and cool. I love these light blue nails matched with the matte ombré designs.
Here’s another nail set that will surely let you keep your cool! We’ve got these deep blue nails topped with intricate snowflakes and a full silver glitter nail to match.
I love how these nails look like melted shimmer and a cut stone at the same time.
These deep blue nails are all topped with different elements that’ll make your nails shine. We’ve got some large gems, crystals, and glitter all in one set!
Here’s another silver and blue combination. We’ve got some blue French tips topped with glitter, full glitter nails, and full blue nails.
Check these nails out! We’ve got these sparkly blue glitter nails. The glitters on this set are quite large, which makes them stand out a lot more!
We’ve got these short stiletto nails that feature a couple of different blue hues. Some are topped with shimmer, some with gems, and some with diamonds.
These nails remind me of Elsa’s dress from the Frozen movie. I love how it’s a mix of plain sky blue nails and darker blue glitter nails.
Try out this multi-hued blue set if you’re looking to keep it simple. It’s got some matte nails and a full blue glitter.
These classic white French tips are paired with some glitter tips and full blue glitter nails. This is certainly a way to make a statement!
I love these diagonal French tip nails. It’s very simple but also quite modern. If you don’t want your glitter nails to be too overwhelming, this is a great design.
These are some gorgeous nails for our glamorous girls out there who like to keep their nails bold!
Here’s another combination of darker and lighter blue shades, gems, and glitters. My favorite design has to be the pink to blue ombré topped with a curvy gem.
If you’re looking for a set to wear to a very special and formal occasion, try this set out. It’s got a lot of classy elements, but there’s also a little bit more shine to it.
I love how these pink snowflakes look on top of the blue glitter nails! This color combination has to be one of my favorites.
We’re keeping it icy and classy with these blue nails. We’ve got some nails fully painted in light blue and some darker blue nails topped with loads of glitter.
If you’ve got a full blue set and you don’t know how to add a bit of spice to it, simply add a full blue glitter accent nail, and you’re pretty much set!
These nails are just gorgeous. We’ve got a two-tone glitter base that looks like glass that’s topped with these pretty connecting silver butterflies! Absolutely breathtaking! Clear nails with glitter give this almost ethereal vibe, and a light blue ombre vibe really works.
I’ve tried blue nail designs with glitter myself, but I’ve always gone with the simple minimalist look. If you take some inspiration from this list (or come up with something else),
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