Whether you are proud of your Irish ancestry or you just appreciate the design of the Celtic knitwork motif. Celtic nail designs are a unique and meaningful way to celebrate this rich and vibrant culture and there are
endless possibilities for the design, so it gives you an opportunity to show off your own style.
From the simple looks you can do yourself to the intricate ideas to show your nail tech, we have a little bit of everything. Whether stamped or hand-drawn, this look can be
fantastic and is sure to stand out from the crowd.
I know you are going to love this design. It’s the infinity symbol on your nails! I love that although the colors are both glittered, they match well.
These nails are breathtaking, and they can take you to a different era. I like how they did the tips, but I am obsessed with the gold Celtic design.
Celtic and four-leaf clover nail stamps to match your lovely green polish. This inspiration is perfect for those with short and natural nails who love green.
This is one of the symbols for the sun. Doesn’t the base give you mermaid or elvish feels? I feel I’m at the bottom of the sea or in a mystical forest.
Of course, your background doesn’t have to be green. Instead, you can use this holographic yellow. Add gems to those designs, and you’re set.
We have a beautiful luck-inspired nail art here, with a touch of the Trinity Knot. The combination of green with gold looks dashing, really.
This one has the basic shapes; you might like it for balance. What I find fascinating is the gradient from glittery dark green to marble mint green.
Here is another luck-inspired set, with the gold pot, four-leaf clover, and Trinity. Can you see the little girl praying for good fortune and prosperity?
Blue and green have an excellent combination. Which is your favorite? Mine are the marbled blue nails. The green is pretty, too.
I’d recommend this mint green version for those who want their nails to look refreshing. Green is a common colorway for Celtic nail design but this lighter shade creates a pretty fun look.
Did you know that the four-leaf clover symbolizes faith, hope, love, and luck? So try these nails, and find goodness and happiness in your life!
I love the touch of orange in this set; it makes the whole thing lively and vibrant. These are perfect for those with short, natural nails. Put them on.
How about trying these stamps? You never know; they might be lucky since they are beautiful. I love the shade of green used for the base.
I love this. All the designs are worth having. However, if I had to pick, I’d choose the diamond overlays as my favorite. The light base is lovely, too.
There are three things I love about these nails: base color, matte finish, and blue-green flakes. The stamps were just a bonus. Do you like this set?
I like the rose gold accent of the Celtic stamps. It’s not apparent, but it’s stunning. What I did not notice right away was the gold cross.
Cool and refreshing… that’s how I want to describe these nails. The french tip is in the color pink, by the way, and it’s glittered. Will you try?
Aren’t these claws gorgeous? Aside from the neon color of the base, I love the green and clear crystal gems. They made the set look royal.
I never thought dark green could go so well with silver; it’s even glittered. The stamps are beautiful in the zoomed-in version. I’m trying this set.
Here is a relatively simple design if you like it clean and straightforward. A sleek and minimalist-looking black and white nail design.
I am in for this beautiful set of black and pink Celtic nails. However, if you want to achieve this appearance, you need to use holographic gel.
This has the same concept, except that the artist used gold instead of pink. I love how ancient it looks. I feel like I am looking at a church crypt.
Matte finish is always a hit for me. Glossy is cool, but matte has that regal vibe, in my opinion. You can gloss this design, though.
Or you can imitate this and have a combination of both matte and glossy. Is it just me, or is this shade of green fantastic? It blends well with black.
Wow. I am impressed with that stained glass inspiration, and these nails are making me feel biblical. The ombre from gold to green is a rockstar.
You can go with a black base and white or gold stamps for a classic look. Check out this image, for instance. It looks posh and sophisticated.
You can also use other dark colors like blue here. It is the clash between magnetic and metallic. The design is simple and perfect for DIY mode.
Here’s a relatively simple one with a matte green base. Rather than a glossy gold, the matte pattern really suits the overall colorway. Classic colors and a great look.
Black or super dark navy blue? I’m not sure, but the set looks fantastic. I’d suggest them to those who do not have the time to go to the salon.
It’s the shamrock and Celtic cross. I love how they fit the surface of the nails so well. Also, I admire the ombre glitters on the middle and pinky.
How about strips of the knotwork interlace? Add the “lucky girl” sticker, and you are all set. The base is silver and glitters if you can’t see it.
Oh, those rainbows look pretty. But the star here is gonna have to be that Celtic design in the middle. Rainbow nail art isn’t new, but it creates a bit of a St Patrick’s day nail design with the Celtic pattern.
You might not notice it immediately, but the base is a gradient of black to red. You might miss the subtle Ombre look on a casual glance. This gave a unique effect on the appearance of the Celtic stamps.
It’s the Trinity spreading some luck once again. However, the combo of green and gold is the most attractive about this set, plus the gold flakes.
The Celtic stamp is lovely, but the checkered pattern caught my attention. I love the color combo of white, green, dark green, and gold.
The knots somehow look like chains. I like what the artist said, that the design is a series of interwoven knots with no clear start or end, like life.
Gold and green is clearly the color of Celtic inspiration. So which Celtic symbol is your favorite? Mine is the Tree of Life and the Dara Knot.
What if we mix Celtic with goth? Here are the results (check the image). It may look a bit creepy, but it is undeniably beautiful. Love the touch of red!
This blue and green set even has the ‘Celtic’ word, and it is handpainted. However, is it just me, or do the colors look like a baseball uniform?
Golden and glittery, this set can make you look attractive in no time. But, of course, you can use other Celtic stamps if you want.
Alright, so this set is a bit more Scottish than Irish, but I’ll take any excuse to look at Disney nail art. There’s a Celtic design on the pinky, but the overall Brave vibe is pretty Celtic itself.
You might like this design since they are also easy to apply. But can you see the base? It has terrific gradients of neon yellow, pink, and blue.
You might also want this unique Celtic nail set; it has a knotwork interlace that symbolizes peace and unity. The marble base is magnificent, too. I’m really liking this colorway.
Here’s another a bit different from the rest; it has a clear orange base and eccentric orange Celtic stamps. Isn’t the entire set lovely?
I need to commend the ombre effect of this set; it was created with so much grace and magic. I bet you are looking forward to having this set.
There is a
lot more you can do with Celtic nail art. We’re really just scratching the surface here and whether you copy one of these designs or come up with something entirely unique yourself, I want to see it! All of it! Our inspiration photos come from user submissions and open sources and we’ll always give credit. All of the fantastic styles belong to their respective owners. If we’ve got a credit wrong or you’d rather we don’t feature you – just drop us an email.