Whether you want some winter-inspired designs or you just like a
cool style, snowflake nail art has something for everyone. This design can be anything from some minimalist lines to holographic stickers and you’d be surprised at the range of colorways it can really work with.
We’ve gone through
thousands of these designs to bring you a collection of our favorites and try to cover a wide range of something for everyone. Whether you want a DIY set or some inspiration for your nail tech, be prepared to save a few of these fantastic designs.
I live in cold places where snowflake designs would work pretty much year-round but if you
are looking for something festive, you could beyond a little snowflake and try our Christmas nail design ideas.
Did you know that snowflakes symbolize rebirth and fresh beginnings? I suppose that’s true. Just looking at these nails makes me feel fresh and new. I especially like the touch of blue on that glittered white surface.
This design reminds me of a bridal gown. Ahh, I think a wedding in winter would feel so amazing. I saw a scene like that in Nanny McPhee. Will I ever get to experience it in real life?
Who’s your favorite “ Baby, It’s Cold Outside” singer? Mine is Zooey Deschanel! Oh, these nails perfectly portray a cold but lovely winter night.
If you think snowflakes can only go well with white, think again. If you’re too tired to think, then just look at how sexy and captivating these plum nails are.
Snowflakes can be partnered with bright colors, too! While I love the set of snowflakes falling on each nail and the cute penguins hugging each other, I am more impressed with the blue to violet ombre colorway.
Lavender tones for an amazing shade of violet on a winter night. I’m guessing these are stamps and not hand-drawn. Although, I wouldn’t feel too surprised if you tell me that those snowflakes were drawn.
I love this shade of blue! I can’t really see a snowflake drawing, but the entire set makes me feel like I am walking under a magical winter moonlight.
Do you like this spring pastel smoosh with a blow of snowflake stamps? The artist called it the “ Clash of Seasons” what a unique way to celebrate the end of something and the beginning of another.
A snowflake partnered with candy cane designs. These nails are already prepping up for Christmas.
Dark blue seems to combine so nicely with white stamps and gold glitters. Might try these nails even if it’s not yet winter.
Here’s something for those who are into nude-colored nails. Cute french tips with snowflakes extension, these nails are celestial and glorious!
Purple nails and snowflake designs look good when combined. Although, I’d prefer a matte finish to a shiny one.
Let’s keep it simple. Just a bunch of snowflake designs to accompany your natural-colored nails.
Another wonderful design for a wedding you may be attending. I understand the sweater and snowflake nails because they relate to winter. But why is there a flame (pinky finger)?
Those snowflakes are made out of Swarovski crystals. Lavish! These nails shout elegance and class. The butterfly nail design surprised me here. You wouldn’t think it would work together but I can’t argue with the results.
I am extremely, remarkably so in love with these nails. I like how the snowflake stamps go so well with the glittered violet color.
These are from the same artist. She probably loves violet. Well, I love her. She makes the most glamorous designs.
Again, from the same artist, but this time it’s blue. She indeed has a knack for hitting my soft spot. These glittered blue nails are awesome!
At first glance, I really thought this was Mt. Everest. But the caption says, “Snowflakes on the river.” Ooh, so that is a river. Impressive.
These beauties may have been given the title “Ice Cold”, but they definitely give off a warm feeling. I guess it’s because the artist used sky blue instead of a dark one.
Another clash of spring with winter. This nail art was captioned “ Snowflakes in Spring“. These designers are so creative.
Here’s to the ones looking for something cute and charming. I think these nails would go so well for those with small hands.
Looking forward to what your nails will look like on Christmas? Maybe you can get some inspiration from this design. It’s a bit too flashy for me, but you might want to try it. That brown reindeer is too cute to ignore.
Now, this is somewhat a unique design. We can call it “Strips of Winter.” I think these nails are refreshing and we don’t see enough thick vertical lines like this.
I am also in love with these nails. Perhaps because of the teal-like base color? But of course, it’s the snowflake design that caught me.
Is that Mr. Frosty, the Snowman? Or Olaf? Whoever he is, he is definitely having the greatest time of his life as he is making these nails proud!
Whoa! I know snowflakes are supposed to make you look cool and calm, but these nails are sure to make you look otherwise. Ready to be hot and dangerous?
These nails glow in the dark! That’s just swag!
If a single snowflake didn’t do it for you, how about a sky full of snow?. I like the blended colors of blue, gray, and white on her middle fingernail. I feel like my eyes are looking beyond the galaxies.
Natural nails with a snowflake design that was hand-drawn… wow! Even that sweater was done using bare hands. I think I need a minute to think.
Perfect for those with almond-shaped nails. I really like the designs on this one, especially the ones on the middle and ring fingernails. The one in the middle literally looks like lace straight out of a wedding dress.
Nude and glittered? Got it! Here’s something you can imitate yourself. Just make sure you have the correct nail polish and the right snowflake stamp. Or you can just draw your own snowflake if you want.
Red nails for Christmas. But why is it only on Christmas that you’ll want to wear them? You can wear them anytime, anywhere, for all they care.
Not a fan of coffin nails but here’s something for those who like it fancy and fabulous. Diamonds are indeed a girl’s best friend.
Blue opal for the base, with shining, shimmering gold flakes! Ooh, I love the elegance that these short nails emanate.
The silver glitters look like a ground full of snowflakes. I like that these nails look so simple yet so luxurious.
Nail stamping for these wonderful blue nails. Teddy Bear is ready to make your nails look perky and delightful.
Dainty nails for the minimalist in you. Just in case you are not in the mood for some fanciful design.
Definitely on my list! You know how much I love gray, white, and black altogether in one set. Will you include them in your list, too?
I am loving these pastel colors the more I see them. I feel like all my anxieties are being taken away just by looking at them.
These snowflakes are freehand drawings?! Wow, that’s no joke. How can the lines be so perfectly measured?
Faded effects always do the trick for me. I feel like I am walking in Winter Wonderland with these nails. Can you handle them?
Want something fun and playful? These nails with the perfect blue to white gradient can be your best friends. Oh, and those faces of the snowman and the snowflakes are heart-melting.
With different snowflakes styles in different colors, I feel like I am looking at some mandala arts.
Ah, another unique snowflake-inspired art that blasts in various colors aside from white and blue. Abstract and chaotic? Ooh, deadly.
These fine-looking snowflake nails are a bomb. Imagine classy and chic but with a counterpart temptress inside.
Short nails lovin’ for those who like it oh-so-natural! I would like to commend the color as it is so pleasing to the eyes.
I do hope this has given you some ideas for snowflake nail art If you give this a go – I want to see it! Send me a photo of your finished look and we’ll feature them here.
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