Sage green nails are a rare shade that’s too often overlooked. What about overlooking the classic and overused shades and try something more unique? If you’re looking for a nail color that is both stylish and seasonal, sage green can work with any outfit and works in a lot of different styles.
We went through
hundreds of different finished designs to find our favorites. From some simple ideas you can DIY yourself to some complex inspiration to save for your next manicure, we’ve got you covered.
Sage green is one of the most refreshing shades of green, in my opinion. That is probably why I feel so calm looking at these ombre flower nails.
French tips, anyone? What’s unique about this set is that it uses sage green gradients instead of just one shade. The tips of your fingernails in playful sage green tones.
Some nail art inspiration for the client and/or artist who loves this color. I wonder how those clean and detailed hearts were made. Even the marble design is on a different level.
If you are looking for some flower power inspiration, here goes your treat. I think they are perfect for moms who’d like some fresh look on their nails.
A combination of sage green and tortie nails, with some squiggly lines on the side. This is perfect for those who want a variety of nail trends on their fingers.
Short stiletto nails for those who like it pointed but not long. I like the overlay of designs on the ring finger, although I would remove the gold foil line if it was me.
Sage green can be a perfect spring season look and shows up on our
April nails list. The shade is so versatile and can be used in a style like this anytime throughout the year.
They say these are prom nails in sage green colors. I say these are simple yet lovely nails you can wear anytime, anywhere. I love how those handpainted vines look so neat.
Here is probably an upgraded version of the previous one. Some leaves and gold foil to keep it bright and interesting.
A brighter version of sage green and probably the 2.0 version of the last two items. The ombre effect gave justice to the black vines and gold foil combination.
Sage green polish in multiple designs. I particularly favor the yin and yang drawing because it represents balance and harmony. The cute litte face on the sunflower nail design is the winner for me.
Here’s your sweetheart if you are looking for something uniquely fashionable. The artist entitled it “After x Before Spring Forest,” which refers to the beginning and end of the season.
Ombre, marble, and crocodile nails in one set. I can’t pick between ombre and marble. They both look so amazing so I think I’m just gonna go get these nails to have both.
Did you like the very first item on this list, but would want a solid sage green color as a base? Here’s an art that you can imitate.
Polka dots sure are cute and posh. I think they go so well with sage green.
Gorgeous, queenly nails for the elegant and bold. I am curious how they do the embossed ones. They look like a lot of work.
I think this lighter shade of sage green goes well with gold foil and crystals. On top of that, you get a wonderfully-made marble design that almost looks very natural.
These DIY nails were made using a combination of mint green and sage green. I’m not sure, though, whether the leaves are freehand drawings or stamps since they look so polished.
I like butterflies because they symbolize change. I think “metamorphosis” is one of my favorite words, too. A transformation to something more beautiful, more reverent.
Glitter and marble foils can make sage green look so splendid and exquisite. Short coffin nails are also a trend these days.
Leaves, flowers, and rabbit stamps perfectly complement this shade of sage green. I love how these nails can look so good in both daylight and darkness.
They call this polish “Crest Sage”. Now, it will be easier for you to search for it. These nails were worn at a wedding with a sage green motif. You might want to try them, too, the next time you attend one.
Do you like sunflowers? It is believed that they symbolize loyalty and adoration. Check out these sunflower nail arts to satisfy your sunflower madness, and then get some inspiration!
I love the matte finish on these sage green nails. I feel like I’m starting to like stiletto nails. Yep, I have decided. I’m saving these on my list.
Who said that silver and gold flakes are the only magical complimentary glitters? See how these black ones blend so well? Totally gorgeous!
Cute and dandy nail art for those who choose to have short nails. The orange polish and the abstract nail art surely outstand here.
Leopard print nails but in sage green color, combined with glittery nails and natural polish… seems like a good combination for those with small and cute hands.
Another set for our friends with small hands. I wonder if the floral design is handpainted or not. If it is, then I salute all our creative and talented nail art designers.
Custom mixed design for the working girl. Ooh, those gold stars and points designs made the whole set even more terrific.
Ok, I surrender. Hands down to this magnificent, superb, and breathtaking set! It is now my favorite, especially that jet black night sky on her ring fingernail as well as the grand crystal placement on her middle fingernail.
St. Patrick’s Day-inspired nail art?! These Shamrock leaves and sage green nails have got you covered!
White and sage green marble nails if you want to try something stupendous.
Sage green almond-shaped nails with cute, little pink hearts and polka dots. Oh, I’m trying these nails for sure. How about you?
Would you like to try pearls instead of crystals? Show these nails to your tech artist and you might just get more than what you’ve asked for.
Those silver leaves are handpainted, yes.
Sage green floral designs for those who like to keep their natural nails visible. These flowers are handpainted, and I’m sure you can manage to do them on your own.
I’m feeling Japanese floral traditions on these nails. Can you tell? Pamper your nails with flowers and pastels.
A combination of flower swirls and geometric lines. I love how these nails look so delicate and divine.
Long coffin nails that are tidy and simple. Sage green on gradient mode is definitely a trend nowadays as this is already the second on our list.
I like the fact that the sage green here is the set of stars and not the base polish.
Ha! Bandana nails! Definitely one of my favorite categories. It’s good to have the bandana designs on all your fingernails, but if you don’t like it to be too grand, I’d recommend the exact style above.
Some of you like to keep your nails in a clean, minimal state. I specifically picked this to suit your taste so make sure to try them.
Ooh, now, this is a fabulous one. It would make a great set for those who like their nails unique and extraordinary.
Ah, I’m loving the stripes on this one. They have a mixture of all shades of brown and green, with a bit of sky blue and black. It’s an excellent fit for your green and brown stripe shirts.
Save this sage green nail art set for your Christmas look. Those snowflakes are a rare beauty.
Sage green sweater nails, anyone? Might be the best choice for the winter season. Save them for future reference!
Whoa, isn’t that abstract mixture of white and black on her index finger strikingly beautiful? It totally suits my preferences!
The guardians of the galaxy are right at your fingertips. The sun and moon elements look so magical while the glitters and foils in various bright colors are so monumental.
Did you know that these nails garnered a lot of attention on Instagram? I guess it’s because of the fact that those perfectly drawn leaves and lines are actually handpainted. How can they look so real and astonishing?!
Instead of your sleeve, why don’t you try wearing your heart on your nails? This classic color with a modern design like emoji nail art makes a unique mix. Stay true to your feelings and flash them using these DIY nails.
I do hope this has given you some ideas for sage green nail ideas If you give this a go – I want to see it! Send me a photo of your own next manicure and we’ll feature them here.
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