Coral nails are having a moment. The pinky-orange hue has taken over runways and social media feeds, popping up everywhere and
I LOVE IT. This fantastic look is a combination of vibrant colors and style.
These coral nail ideas have a little something for everyone. From simple DIY designs to inspired nail art.
Am I looking at an o-gi (a type of Japanese fan)? I think these coral nails will perfectly suit a very nice and elegant pink dress.
Shining, shimmering, splendid! These nails will take you to a whole new world. I particularly like the sugar effect on the ring finger.
These nails are ready for the sea. Are you? If you like this design there are a lot of beach nail designs you can try too
Spring is here. Are your nails ready? Check out this design that you might like!
And what comes after spring, dear? Right, you are! Say hello to these coral nails that you can wear for summer!
Here is a blue and coral combo to get started with that coastal vibe. Quirky, you think? Nails arts are after all about being unique and unconventional!
These coral nails were polished with a touch of snake prints. Ooh, that’s sexy.
Coral is always everybody’s summer favorite. Well, not everybody but most. It’s vibrant and zesty!
Here is another nail art for the spring season. Those stamps on her middle and ring finger are quite the looker. I’m adding this to my list.
Don’t be surprised but these stunning nails actually glow in the dark. Yup, that’s right. But what I like about them the most is that they are a mixture of sugar and spice, oh and that is so nice!
This set pulls off a combination of rose gold and coral nails. I love how the gold compliments the entirety of the design, not to mention the swirls that seem to have been carefully laid out.
These nails are all-natural. Yup, she intentionally shaped them into a square. No added materials, only the beautiful coral polish and the glittery effect on the ring finger.
Now, here is a coral nail design for those who like it fabulous! Those gems look so grand, though. I think I’ll have to hide them if I don’t want to be robbed.
The faded part is what makes this set so awesome and sweet. I like the butterfly nail effect and the abstract lines, most especially.
Here are some cute coral swirls and florals to please your eyes.
This design is quite simple but that doesn’t make it less gorgeous. The way those small dots in different colors were applied is impressive.
I so love the touch of old rose on these nails. Pink is not just for “cute”; it’s for “classy” as well. The cherries on top made them look more wonderful.
These absolutely stunning coral nails can change colors! Yup, they are called UV dips and they change their colors depending on ray lights and shade.
Pink and coral summer nails for the working lady. I love how each nail has a different design. My favorite is the one on the pinky finger.
Get ready for some flower power with these coral nails. They are all-natural, and even the flower on the ring finger is a freehand design.
Cloud nail designs are always a cute addition. But I personally like the glitters on the ring finger the most.
Coral and lilac complement each other. Why not add this to your list of must-try? The butterfly stickers are so pretty, you wouldn’t want to miss them.
Shades of coral and pink in one set. The aligned dots gave more life to them.
So simple yet so glam, these nails are the answer to your coral dreams!
Can you believe that the henna-inspired design on that ring finger was drawn using freehand?! That is the most amazing thing I’ve heard today!
Ombre coral nails for those who like it faded!
Leopard print nails really look good in any color you match them with. These nails look so marvelous.
The artist was thinking about Malibu island when she made this. Can you already feel those fiery Malibu nights?
This nail polish is perfect for those with short almond-shaped nails. Add that glitter effect on your ring finger and you’re good to go!
You’re going to agree with me, for sure. That marble nail on the ring fingernail nailed it.
Coral nails in geometric design! How lovely can those triangles get?
A combination of flowers and abstract designs, these nails are what you need if you are feeling a little cute and charming.
This shade of coral really gives off a summer vibe. I didn’t know it can look elegant, perfect for formal parties when you add glitters and gems.
If the hair is a woman’s crown and glory, then the nails are definitely her weapon. Just look at this set. It is a killer.
Here’s something for those who like it super neat and simple.
This shade is called California Coral. You can search for it if you find it dazzling as I do.
A set that is perfect for either spring or summer. Oh, these drawings are freehand. I really admire these girls’ creativity and intricateness!
What’s the best fruit for summer? I don’t know about you but watermelons always make me feel refreshed! Food aside, though, don’t you just love those detailed watermelon seeds?
This is quite a humble set but I super like it. I am a fan of black so whatever you combine with it will look beautiful in my eyes.
These matte coral nails look so spectacular. But what’s killing the whole set are the gold stars and moon freehand art. Love it!
It’s not that obvious but each nail is colored in different shades of coral. I particularly like the ombre even if it doesn’t have any design.
Can you feel the warmth of the sun in this photo? It perfectly suits the design on her nails. The flowers and sparkles make me feel like I’m in a meadow.
Those flower and ribbon stamps are enchanting.
Coral nails and coral flowers! Those flowers are hand-drawn, can you do that?
Anything that sparkles is really captivating. I bet you can catch everyone’s eyes with these exquisite and perfectly polished nails.
Coral nails that are a bit pale, but who cares? They are absolutely gorgeous. I like the freehand flower design, too.
That blazing black abstract nail art out there got me! It combines so well with the coral nails on the other fingers.
I do hope this has given you some ideas for coral nails If you give this a go – I want to see it! Send me a photo of your nail art and we’ll feature them here.
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