For the kids (or the big kids at heart) how about this Mickey Mouse nail art style? From the simple and minimalist fun to the Disney glam, we’ve gone through thousands of designs to find some of the best. Whether you are headed to Disney World or you just want to add one of the most recognizable faces to your manicure this design is so versatile
and one of my favorite.
If you’re not
completely set in the big mouse himself you should also take a look at our Disney nail art list for some extra designs.
This might be my favorite from the whole list. I’m a sucker for black and white nail designs and the simple Mickey Mouse symbol just works so well. The ring finger accent nail is just sublime.
Not every nail needs to have Mickey. This design can certainly work as an accent piece itself. Don’t miss the cute little heart eyes.
A really fun and playful design. The colorway and tiny little design are a potent combination.
If you can’t pick a single design, what about a mix of everything? I can’t tell if I like the Disney font ‘D’ or the subtle Mickey french tip on the left index finger.
We couldn’t get far on this list without a Mickey and Minnie love crossover set. Hand-painted design over transparent gels the only thing I’d change is to put the lettering into the Disney font.
What’s short, red and just screams Disney with class?
These matte white nails have this stunning mickey mouse nail art. I love the detail against the fake-messy sketch style.
A similar sketch nail art style. The vertical lines and duo-colorway are just fantastic. I need this set in my life.
Just because you are already at the happiest place on Earth doesn’t mean you can’t jazz up your manicure for the occasion.
Sometimes less can be more. The tiny splash of red on the bow is a nice touch and don’t miss the little bit of sparkle on the pinky.
Long acrylics with a less traditional colorway.
Simple white French tips and a single Mickey design are a nice combination.
Not only do we have some little heart shapes here but look at the Mickey balloon design on the middle finger! I love everything about this design.
You can also do this balloon design as a single nail on another set. People still know exactly what it is.
Okay. I admit it. Yes, this is technically Minnie but I wanted to highlight a more minimalist version with a few stickers. Notice the ring finger accented in glitter as well!
You could sneak a little Mickey onto a nail of any design. Big bonus points when you do it on a matte white background.
Now, this… might be one of the most unique designs I have ever featured. The artwork is incredibly cute but it just creates such an interesting take on more traditional Mickey Mouse nails. The spider nail art in the Mickey style is probably the only time this has been done.
A lot of these designs are taking a more minimal approach. I have to say I think it really works.
Natural nails with a single hand-drawn winking Mickey Mouse. Sticking with that minimal theme.
Another black and white design. The off-center Mickey face with alternating color really does it for me but the hand-drawn heart pushes it over the edge.
Short stiletto acrylics with a single Mickey Mouse on each hand and some black stars and dots. What is it with the stunning minimalism of this nail art?
A unique take on the design. An angry-looking mouse is offset by the cute lettering with incredible detail.
Alright, so this has a Minnie decal but they are also subtle glitter ombre nails and I can’t give that up.
If your nails aren’t decked out in Disney designs, are you even really living?💅
So many unique looks I just can’t choose. The fruit Mickey Mouse pattern (like this cute little cherry nail design) is done with decals and this great dark pink and lime ombre background.
Some great detail on the Mickey nails and the subtle glitter behind the pink and white polish is a great combination.
Some coffin acrylics and some simple pink polish to accent the Mickey nails.
If you want something a little extra (or just an excuse to add some glitter) the gold and silver colorway looks great here.
The only thing cuter than the Mickey Mouse face is the Disney Castle outline. The dark contrasts well with the colorful swirls.
An incredibly fun dip nail design. The pinky nail is obvious but there’s also a subtle design on the middle finger pattern as well.
Some DIY nail art with vivid colors. Such a pretty look. I’m not Rapunzel, but these nails are fit for a princess 💅🏼
I love the minimalist designs on matte white and the Mickey face just works so well in black and white.
You could also be a little more subtle about it. You don’t need their actual face to know exactly which mouse is on your nails.
This nail art is just so incredibly versatile you can do whatever you want and it will still look great. The Mickey as the ‘O’ in Love on the ring finger is a nice touch.
Polished black French tips and a little Mickey logo as an accent nail with gel polish. Simple, elegant and utterly stunning.
That smile is just infectious. The happiest nail art I have ever seen.
Glow in the dark orange with hand-painted designs and little golden rhinestones to create the Mickey logo.
If you want to find me, just look for the person with the happiest nails at the Happiest Place on Earth.
Long acrylics with a hand-painted design in silver. ♥️💣✨✨✨
Square nails with a couple of different Mickey Mouse decals. This one even includes a little Pluto! ❤️
Baby blue and little cloud nail designs take an already cute design and push it over the top.
Disney Brings Out The Kid In All Of Us🏰🪄
Soft gels with a cute hand-painted Mickey and Minnie kissing. Plus another example of little rhinestones to make a mickey head.
You’re never too old for Disney, especially in Ferrari red and black.
A different take on the balloon style and the off-center ring finger design works for me.
Hand-painted of course and a unique take of Mickey.
Loving the colorway here on these almonds. 🧡
I do hope this has given you some ideas for Mickey Mouse nails If you give this a go – I want to see it! Send me a photo of your own design and we’ll feature them here.
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