Looking for something a little more interesting than your normal manicure? Geometric nail art can turn some simple lines into a stunning look. There’s so much versatility to the design and so much you can do with it.
I’ve covered a range of different looks so there’s a little something for everyone. Whether you opt for a trendy triangle design or go for something a bit more abstract, this type of nail art is sure to turn heads.
I’m not sure which one is more astonishing. Is it the expensive ring on her finger (not a bad design for engagement nails) or the glamorous geometric design on her nails? Perhaps both! Just look at how well the nail art suits her elegant hands.
Does this nail art remind you of mermaid scales? That’s what the artist intended to do, I guess she got it right. Here is something cool for the eyes, ocean vibes!
Now, this nail art has without a doubt one of the best geometrical designs (in my opinion). I’d like to try them one of these days, especially if they will be offered with structure gel manicures!
This nail art design, and the entirety of its shapes and colors combination, is undeniably perfect for the modern woman. Talk about posh and style, women are superior beings!
Colorful and funky, these nail arts are worth dying for! Nah, kidding aside, won’t you be willing to do anything just to have these nails?
I like pink. I like it simple. No more, no less.
Black nail tips and black lines with a touch of silver glitters on the end. A mix of simplicity and high class. If you like this design you’ll like our minimalist line nail art designs list.
Freehand geometric nail art designs for your reference, everyone! No need to spend money, especially if you are saving up. Your nails can always look chic and exquisite even in DIY mode.
Another freehand source of inspiration. I love the combination of black with rainbow colors. I think they would look really cool for the summer season.
There is only one word that came out of my mouth when I saw this set: WOW! I mean, just look at how neat and fashionable those nails are. The silver surface nailed it, but the geometric curves hit the jackpot!
Do you have short nails? You might want to get inspired by this set. You can use another color if you have a different one in mind. I think these geometric lines would look stunning in any shade.
Geometric nails for acrylic polish and pastel color lovers. The sparkling silver glitters even made the whole set delightful and captivating.
I know what you’re thinking. How can the different shades of gray be perfectly placed on these nails without mistake? This is freehand nail art, by the way. That’s just too awesome!
Indeed, winter pastel colors and geometric lines are perfect for each other.
I feel like this set of nails is sending me positive vibes and high energy. The neon orange looks so vibrant while the geometric lines look so intricate. This is perfect for your graceful summer outfits.
I look at these nails and I feel so relaxed. They are like a breath of fresh air, to be honest. I probably have to schedule already when to have them on my fingers.
These geometrically designed animals are ready for you and your nails. How about you?
Am I looking at a pineapple fruit, except that it has shades of blue and pink? The colors on the geometric pattern perfectly suit the orange shade on her other nails. I don’t know about you but I’m putting this design on my list.
Any color goes well with black, but honestly, my favorite one is yellow. That’s why I like this set so much. Those abstract and geometric lines even made the whole design grand.
The design on these nails is rather simple but clearly neat and orderly. It’s the perfect one to use when Spring comes!
Don’t you just love all the colors used for this set of nails? I just said a while ago that black is cool no matter what color you combine with it. I was definitely correct!
Here’s a glimpse of one of my favorites as well. I sincerely think that it takes a pro designer to create this. I love the overlapping of squares in different styles and colors.
Seems like I have a lot of sweethearts in this nail art list. This is legit geometric! But what caught my attention is how the matte grey polish is so posh. It combines well with the black and white geometric lines.
Geometric lines blend well, too, with cool tones like this purple-themed nail art.
Lilac and lavender are indeed the colors to help you feel so refreshed. This ombre-inspired nail art perfectly fits those with short nails. Finish it with a geometric touch on your ring finger.
Abstract and geometric, this nail art looks so fabulous and superb.
Is it just me or do these nails really look majestic? Those gold glittery lines add so much beauty and power to the pale black and pink surfaces!
Perfect for those with almond-shaped nails, these geometric nail arts are sassy enough to make you feel so bold and strong.
Can you believe that the geometric lines on the middle and ring fingers are hand-drawn? They are so cautiously painted I’m having a hard time convincing myself.
Even these geometric nails are hand-drawn! Can I be as talented as these women artists? I like the color combination of sky blue, red, and black, by the way.
This geometric nail art is inspired by the Ukrainian flag.
Strikingly beautiful, red always wins! It’s the color of Queens.
It probably took hours to finish this design. Check out how those geometric lines seem to balance each other out, not to mention that putting the gold glittery polish in between is definitely a struggle.
Shimmering brown nails, pink and black matte surface, cute black hearts, small white dots, and most especially, absolutely straight lines (that are hand-drawn!)… best combination!
Here is the perfect manicure for all our career women out there. Relax and unwind, and ask your manicurist to apply this style.
Geometric patterns in electrifying colors of yellow and orange. These nails look too splendid to not show them off.
You can spell “royalty” with these nails. Look at how those gold and black layers are thoroughly placed. I bet these nails can make you feel regal in a blink of an eye!
Freehand geometric styles for the minimalists out there, but love green.
Cute and quick to apply, this cyan blue polish mixes well with the gold stickers in geometric lines. The design is quite simple but it still looks sumptuous and stylish.
Hand-painted nails for those who like it o-natural!
You could have gotten these nails for last St. Patrick’s Day. But who said you can’t have them on a regular day? They are too marvelous to not have.
Here’s another lovely design for our minimalist friends. The dots and lines in heavy black ink gave more life to the already classy white polished surface.
Never mess with a woman who is wearing such nail design. These geometric nail arts seem to shout independence and strength. Can you handle that?
I really love black, white, and gray combinations. This design is automatically on my list of must-try!
Charming nail arts for all petite and delicate ladies out there. I particularly like the mixture of vivid colors on this one.
Did someone say phenomenal geometric nail art? Here you go! Look at how those angles are exceptionally laid out to perfectly fit those lively pastel colors.
If you like purple polish and glittery nails, you can try out this mani style.
The vines on the ring fingernail nailed it but the geometric shapes and lines on the pinky and index fingernails gave the final blow. I’m gonna make sure to add this to my list.
I have always liked these colors, but I have never tried adding geometric lines. Do you want to try them, too?
Hold up! This geometric nail design is for those with almond-shaped nails. I so love the design on the ring finger. It emphasizes the shape of her nails.
This design reminds me of a built-in MS PowerPoint theme. I think its name is “Oriel.” You can try these nails the next time you present a project to your boss!
These are hand-painted geometrical nails. I know it’s hard to believe that, but what can we do? The artist crafted them so clean and orderly, they are absolutely flawless!
I do hope this has given you some ideas for geometric nails If you give this a go – I want to see it! Send me a photo of your own nails and we’ll feature them here.
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