As the leaves start to turn and fall from the trees, it’s time to start thinking about how you can bring the colors of autumn into your beauty routine. Matte fall nails create this classic look with warm and dark colorways. Such a versatile look for any season but it just suits the fall so well.
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Black matte nails look so sophisticated, don’t you agree? Add some little fall vines, with a touch of black and white and you’re all good for the fall season.
If you are a fan of nail arts in different colors and gold glitters, then you will definitely love this set. Its fall tones are pleasing and refreshing to the eyes. I feel like I am literally looking at autumn trees.
The fall season is the Halloween season as well. Why not get your nails ready by adding these spider and moon nail arts to your list? I love how they used a crystal gem as the body of the spider.
These matte fall nails look so vintage and I love them. In my opinion, army green is one of the best shades of green. Oh, and I’d like to comment on those black and gold leaves stickers, too. They look so nice.
Simple matte ideas for those who don’t like it too grand, but still want to add some spark to their nails. Don’t you just love the leaves on her middle fingernail?
Hey, we really like it simple sometimes, don’t we? I love the matte colors she used here, especially the yellow and orange ones. Plus, that small maple leaf on her ring fingernail is so adorable.
Another inspiration for your Halloween-inspired matte fall nails. If you are dressing as a witch at your trick-or-treat party, then these nails will definitely complete your outfit.
Make your nails shine and shimmer with these glitter nails. Those gold and orange-brown foils did the trick. How can they look so much like autumn leaves?
Quite the same as the previous one, except for the matte colors. I think these are also called copper nails since they take after the color copper brown.
Matte fall nail ideas for the blue lovers (and those with all-natural short nails). I’m not sure what specific blue color this is but it is quite grand and I am so loving it.
The clash between red and brown clearly speaks of elegance and class. Don’t you agree? But maybe add some handpainted autumn leaves with a bit of gold glitters to make it look even better.
Matte nails that are perfect for fall and winter. As you already know, I really like brown so much so this is an automatic selection. I know it’s more of winter, but look at that perfect nude polish… it shouts fall!
They say that burnt orange is the perfect shade of orange for fall. I agree especially when you combine it with black-inked moons and stars nail design. These nails look like an autumn sky about to get dark.
No drawings and stickers, just plain and simple matte fall nails to keep it smooth and straightforward. The brown and green are my favorites.
Silver autumn leaves stamp that’s perfect for the nude blue polish. Ooh, I like the combination of colors in these nails. They look so calming and refreshing.
Another cute set for girls with short nails. Use burnt orange if you want your pumpkin to look dark and vintage, like the one in this set. That is obviously handpainted, can you draw it like that?
Gold foils can look like autumn leaves as long as you apply them correctly. In this set, for instance, those gold falls played their part well to make all the matte colors stand out.
Deep mahogany brown can also be your color choice if you don’t like burnt orange. Add some multi-colored foils inside to boost some life.
Does anyone want some gold? Let me just say that these nails look so expensive (although those aren’t real gold). The glitters and gems combined so well with the matte color that the artist used.
Lovely autumn leaves for those with short nails. Ah, I love that sunset background. This set really gives you the “autumn” feel. I like leaf nail art year-round but there’s something special about fall leaf nail art.
Simple but elegant. These nails in shades of brown can look good whether in a matte or glossy finish. You can check out the glossy version when you visit their page.
This one is a bit similar to a design I showed earlier, except that it has more details. You can look forward to this set if you want a clash between fall and winter.
I thought of chocolates when I saw this set. Don’t you think those brown colors look like different chocolate flavors? Love the autumn leaves design on her fingernail as well!
A little bit of pumpkin to set your autumn right. I love the faded effect on the blue polish, it is as if I’m looking at the sea. I love the brown leaves, too. Oh, and pumpkin nail art designs are handpainted. Just wow!
Inspired by the moon and stars, this matte fall nail art is keeping everything simple. You can wear them on Halloween for a few creepy feels.
What’s the color of fall aside from orange and brown? Red, indeed! It’s not just for V-Day, you know. I love how rose-like these red matte nails are.
Ah, if you are looking for something geometric and firm, here’s one you can wear. I think that’s magenta and pumpkin orange.
I’m not sure if those leaves are handpainted or not, but if they are, that’s just too awesome. How intricate! They even have a grey shadow.
All right, it seems like the brown marble design nailed it no matter at what angle we look at it. That is a marble foil, of course.
Matte light orange for your pumpkin color cravings. Gotta love the gems on it. They are pretty expensive.
Pumpkins and sunflowers symbolize the peak of autumn as well. Would you like to have them handpainted on your hands? Save this to your list and make your nails look beautiful.
Heh. Here’s something for those who like fab and fancy. I like the autumn leaves on her ring fingernail but I love the glitter effect on her pointing fingernail. It looks like a shooting star.
Iridescent flakes over a matte finish just look so cool. The geometric lines on her fingernail are handpainted and I feel like I need to commend how great her concentration skills are.
Wow. Can you spell “exquisite” with these nails? Black and gold nails always have this luxury feel. I think anyone can look absolutely dignified and polished with these nails.
Animal print nails with a touch of fall colors and matte finish. I think the design is also suitable for those with long nails.
Sunflowers bloom during summer until the start of fall. Hence, sunflower nails are can also be associated with the fall season. You can wear these nails when autumn’s about to start.
Are you clever and mischievous like our fox nail art in this image? By the way, I can’t believe that is handpainted. I’d love to have these nails this fall season!
How about some matte fall nails in combination with squiggly lines? I bet you and your best friends are going to love these!
Can you believe that these are handpainted? I didn’t want to at first, but I learned that they are indeed freehand drawings! Isn’t that really amazing?
Fall does not only include brown, orange, and red. Grey can also be considered a fall color, and I am loving the contrast of light and dark grey on these nails.
“And all at once, summer collapsed into fall.” Oscar Wilde surely knows how to make the transition of summer into fall poetic and romantic. Like how these nails made us fall in love.
Are your scarves ready for the cool wind of autumn? Prepare your nails as you prepare your scarves. Check out these Burberry nails, the design was inspired by a scarf of the artist.
Are you in for some polka dot-inspired autumn nails? I love how those black dots look so fine over the white squiggly line. It looks like a pathway to me.
Fall into fall together with this sunflower nail art. It’s as easy as pie to create. You can do it in DIY mode.
How to Create Matte Fall Nails
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