Is there anything more peaceful than looking at cherry blossoms? Their soft pink petals against a bright blue sky are simply breathtaking. Now, you can bring that beauty to your nails with some cherry blossom nail art. I’ve tried to cover a range of different designs so there should be something for every style.
These gel extensions have so much fantastic detail to them. They’re a little extra but if this is your style it’s hard to go wrong.
Or how about a more minimalist take? You don’t need the full cherry blossom look on every finger and sometimes less is more.
This nail set was done for the lunar new year and they look fantastic. I’m a little curious if the can was used for inspiration but the end results are great.
These white acrylics with the cherry blossom spread throughout each finger… I think this is my favorite from the whole list.
Another set done for the lunar new year, a nude background with some lovely detail on the blossoms.
The majority of the designs feature a pink blossom but what if you just can’t give up on your pink nails? Red blossoms!
Or white blossoms against a pink background?
Who needs a cherry blossom when you can paint your nails with them? 🌸🍒
This design is a bit of a unique take. White french tips with the cherry tree branch growing up from the tip.
I think I just found my new favorite spring nail art design.
Cherry blossom (Sakura Flowers)🌸🌸🐦 I normally don’t include nail sets on their own but… these are just so cute and the detail on the birds just really sets the set apart.
And one last time. I almost promise. I just love the detail on the petals and the slight touch of gold is just to die for.
I love this combination of glittery white nails with a single cherry blossom branch. It gives it a super unique style and the detail of the ring finger is just incredibly cute.
Longer acrylics and I like the two pink styles on the outside to match the blossom color.
In 🖤🌸B L O O M🌸🖤 This is a pretty uncommon take of this style and I love it. I don’t even like dark nails myself but the slightly bolder lines on the branches and the contrast between the white and black… just yes. Yes, please.
Acrylic almond nails with a bit of a mixed lunar new year vibe.
Cherry blossom nails 🌸😍 This set would take a bit more work but I love how the colorway allows a pink background and the pink blossom style. Best of both worlds!
These coffin nails might have some of the coolest detail I’ve ever seen. Nail bender indeed, I’m in love with this fantastic artwork.
Another gel almond set with cute little minimalist blossom designs.
A different take on the black and white contrast, this time with some extra glitter!
This time the green colorway matches the green of the leaves too.
This set is something else. Cute light blue nails with this gold band design match the lightness of the cherry blossom perfectly.
Alright, I know this is another set that hasn’t been attached (and I said I wouldn’t do that) but… but… this is just too cute to pass up and you could take your own version of this same design in so many different ways.
Alright so technically this is probably more of a Disney nail design with the Mulan characters but even if you choose not to have Eddie Murphy as a dragon on your fingers (why would you not?) the simple three cherry blossom branches against a matte white background is just too good to not include here.
Yes, it’s another Mulan character. The last Disney character on this list but I love the mix of the white and pink Ombre style with the petals on alternate nails. Even if you don’t include the character on the thumb – this is still a fantastic look.
The advantage of the cherry blossom nail art being fairly popular (compared to something a little rarer like our evil eye nail designs for example) is you don’t need a nail tech or a steady hand if you want something like this. You can get a press-on or nail stickers with a range of cool designs.
Cherry blossoms with mylar and chunky glitter. Okay, last set that haven’t been fixed I promise but they’re just too cute!
Gorgeous pinks with cherry blossom decal feature nails.
Buildergel on natural nails just to help add a little extra strength and cute little cherry blossom designs, sometimes just on the tips. Cherry blossom tips! How is this not more of a thing?
Most of these designs have the branch going from tip to cuticle. It took me a moment to figure out why this set looked so different from the others but the result is great and the branch color being a little darker and thicker lines contrast really well with the light pink.
winter blossoms! ❄️🌸 This set is definitely a darker design but it just works. That’s coming from someone who doesn’t even like darker nail sets.
A lighter take of the lunar new year vibe. I love the little lantern dark red against the pink of the blossoms.
Little gels with that same white and black idea. I think if you’re going to do this, having the deeper black lines on the branches just works super well.
Cherry blossoms in winter ❄️ 🌸 Alright so there’s something to this light baby blue color against the cherry blossoms that just works. It gives the effect of the blossom against the sky and they’re just so cute!
Another take of a sky blue background with incredible detail on the blossoms like holy cow level of detail. The glittery pink is a bonus.
For fans of rhinestone nail art you could use them on the flower itself like this.
Okay. Wow. I don’t even know where to begin on this set. Such a range of design and the red to black Ombre style with the detail on these vibrant pink petals… I need this design in my life.
Fresh and spring cherry blossoms for someone who’s ready for the end of winter.
Longer acrylics with tiny little stones instead of the blossoms themselves. The glittery style of the nails definitely say blossoms though.
I do hope this has given you some ideas for cherry blossom nails If you give this a go – I want to see it! Send me a photo of your own take on the design and we’ll feature them here.
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