completely in love with some of these Nezuko nail designs when looking at Demon Slayer nail art. You can do so much with this look, whether you try to imitate her pointed nail style, add a splash of design or completely go for some nail art design showing off the character.
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Check out this nail set that looks precisely like Nezuko’s nails. These are some long almond-shaped nails with some pink gradients on the tips. The entire nail is also painted with a matte topcoat.
Here’s a nail set similar to the previous one. The difference between the two is that these have a shiny finish and the pink tips are a lot warmer.
Now, we’re adding some twists to these nails. Aside from the pink ombré tips, some deep red leaf designs and geometric patterns match her kimono’s design.
These nails are a bit different because the tips are more orange-red than pink. The designs of the leaves and geometric patterns are still present, but this time Tanjiro’s checkered kimono print is here as well.
I am in love with these beautifully designed nails. I love how it makes Nezuko’s eyes the main feature because of how it represents her transformation.
I love the duality shown in this nail set. One set shows Nezuko when she hasn’t transformed yet, while the other shows her in her transformed state.
These short nails are an enlarged image of Nezuko’s face with the bamboo in her mouth.
If the previous Nezuko nails aren’t cutting it for you, this might. These are some extra long stiletto-shaped ombré nails for those who prefer the glamorous look.
How beautiful is this nail set? It uses a beautiful rose pink shade, and the ombré is a bit watercolor-like. I also love how intricate the geometric patterns are mixed with tiny flowers.
This set has got the classic ombré as a nail base, and it’s designed with the leaf patterns on Nezuko’s body and her eyes. I like the addition of the white fire outline.
These nails are different because how the ombré tips seem a lot more like long French tips. I like how the hand-drawn Nezuko adds more character to the look.
Here’s a nail set incorporating designs from Shinobu and Nezuko. I love how there’s an accent nail of a butterfly representing Shinobu and the pink ombré nail representing Nezuko.
Here’s another variation of the famous pink ombré nail set. This one’s definitely a lot more wearable because it’s shorter, and the pink is lighter.
Here’s a short nail set filled with the elements representing Nezuko. I love how the nail base is the classic pink tip ombré.
This one’s another variation of the pink ombré nails that Nezuko has. This time, it’s a full monochromatic pink. The nails go from a lighter shade of pink to a darker one.
Here’s a nail set that definitely represents the transformed version of Nezuko. You can see some blood splatters and drips, perfect for those who prefer this version of her.
Here’s a short pastel pink set that represents the softer side of Nezuko. We’ve got some white leaves mixed with pink flowers.
Here’s another short nail set that works with Nezuko’s common elements; I like how one hand consists of her kimono print while the other has Tanjiro’s kimono print.
This nail set predominantly has the classic white to pink ombré nails, but it’s mixed in with an original drawing of Nezuko and some realistic-looking leaves.
This is another set that perfectly shows the duality of Nezuko. One hand has her normal version with the bamboo still on top of her mouth, while the other has the bamboo removed.
If you’re looking for a nail set consisting of elements of the two iconic siblings, then this one’s for you. The left hand is painted with Tanjiro’s color scheme and kimono pattern, while the right hand has Nezuko’s color scheme and kimono pattern.
I love how this nail set has three versions of Nezuko instead of just two. We have her younger version, a version of her unturned, and a version of her in her new state.
Nezuko’s pink gradient nails are gorgeous on their own, but here’s a stylized version that’s absolutely gorgeous.
Here’s a nail set with a mix of a bunch of anime characters. I can spot Nezuko from Demon Slayer, Mikasa from Attack on Titan, Sailor Moon nail art of course and Android 18 from Dragon Ball.
The easiest way to stylize a simple nail look is by adding a bit of glitter to it. This nail set has a pretty pink chrome base topped with red leaves and a drawing of Nezuko.
Here we’ve got a long square-shaped nail set that has a different design on each nail. My favorite original looks have to be the two clear nails.
Here are some adorable pink nails with bright pink tips. The pinky finger has a full clear nail topped Nezuko’s kimono pattern in pink.
These nails are definitely a lot darker and show off a different vibe to Nezuko. The tips are almost blood-red, which shows off her capabilities with her dark side.
This nail set is a lot more charming because the designs aren’t too precise. Making your own handpainted nail set definitely adds more character to a look.
Most of the nails are painted with a white to pink ombré, while the two in the middle have different elements that show off parts of Nezuko.
Here are some pretty short pastel pink ombré nails. I love how wearable and light this look is, especially since the designs are just minimal.
We’re bringing you another pastel pink ombré set with white detailing. The white detailing definitely brightens up the look, and I love how the flowers look as well.
Here are some pink nails topped with deep red designs. This nail set looks so sleek and sexy at the same time.
We are giving you another variation on the ombré nails. This time, we have a purple-focused colorway with a pinkish purple as a base that blends into a deep purple.
Here’s another Nezuko set that’s got a different main color theme. These nails are painted with purple polish, and I love how everything still looks so good together! I also like the budding flower designs as well!
Check out these bloody Nezuko nails. I love the artistic version of these nails, which truly shows a different but real side of Nezuko’s character.
Here are some more Nezuko x Tanjiro nails. I love the addition of the sparkly white nails because it’s definitely a refreshing touch.
These nails stand out because of their white base instead of the typical pink base. The flower detailing is very light on the eyes as well.
This nail set is mostly composed of ombré pink nails. There are two accent nails, one of Nezuko’s kimono pattern and one of the leaf designs with hints of green.
This has to be one of my favorite sets from this collection because of the gorgeous image of Nezuko in the middle, surrounded by beautiful reddish-pink detailing and silver sparkles.
Here’s a full two-tone pink set that gives monochrome looks justice. I love how they also painted Tanjiro’s pattern in the same color.
This nail set is pretty cool for those who want a more wearable set that doesn’t necessarily scream Demon Slayer.
How beautiful is Tanjiro’s checkered kimono pattern? I love how they used a lovely shade of deep pink. I also really like the pink translucent nail in the middle.
Here’s a nail set that features a bunch of key characters in Demon Slayer. We have Nezuko, Rengoku, and Uzui.
Here’s a set that plays around with colored translucent nails. I love that the translucent nail is designed with the famous ombrés too.
How adorable! We have the first appearance of Mitsuri Kanjori in this collection. I also love the additional touch of sparkles at the ends.
Now, this has to be the best set out of all. It’s got elements of multiple different characters from Demon Slayer, and it’s beautifully done as well.
Whether you love Nezuko or just like her nails,
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