There’s something about a summer ombre nail design that just
feels right. This look elevates your look from flop to fantastic. The combination of vibrant colors can give you a simple carefree look or a stunning intricate design. If you haven’t gone ombre before, summer is a great time to try it out.
love bright summer nails to add some flair and chic style any time of year. After going through thousands of ombre nail art styles these are my favorites. Whether you want a relatively simple style you can do yourself with some bottles of polish or some more complex inspiration ideas for your nail tech there’s something for you here. If not, your next manicure is on me .
Baby blue, baby pink, and pure white to make your summer cool and refreshing. The gradient between pink and blue somewhat looks like unicorn nails in my perspective. What do you think?
Red-orange to peach? I think it’s because beaches are always associated with lovely sunsets. Well, these nails certainly look like one to me. Perhaps add a double glossy finish to make them more surreal.
Sunset in some areas goes from blue to pink, like these nails that are so magical to look at. I mostly admire, however, the red and pink Swarovski crystals on her ring fingernail. What an elegant sight!
Why not try these cool mojito-inspired nail art? The blue to yellow gradient is already admirable, but I tumbled when I learned that the lime fruits and lime juice were handpainted. How cool is that?!
I can clearly tell that those pink-red to orange ombre are ready for summer, so you should also be. The palm tree nail design is available almost everywhere; you can easily get it for your nail art.
You might be looking for something simple and easy for your DIY nails. You can buy that leaf stamp on her thumbnail from online stores, and then you can draw something similar to that coconut tree on her ring fingernail.
This set gives us a different kind of ombre. We usually see gradients of one or two colors, but this time we have around five. Aren’t those colors so vivid and bright? Plus, the handpainted flowers look so incredible.
I am so in love with this one. I saw it and I knew I’d be including it on my list. Obviously, it’s the sky blue to the light pink gradient that got me. Plus, those birds and palm trees are truly fascinating.
If you like using dip powder instead of gel, you can use this set for inspiration. As you can see, the color combination the artist used is marvelous. The silver foil add-on added some effect as well to make it look magical.
Here’s something simple for those who like it plain and straightforward. No designs, 3D effects, or gems. Just the ombre color of it from pink to orange made it already special.
Almost the same, but this one is glossy and it has a yellow to pink gradient. Likewise, the nails are squared. Which shape of nails do you usually prefer?
Summer cloud nails you feel cool despite the scorching heat. Love the fact that these nails are all-natural, and that those clouds are handpainted. Swag!
Almost the same design as the first entry, except that it is intended for those with short nails. I told you the design is available everywhere and it won’t be difficult to find it. It’s a pretty popular stamp.
Another mojito-inspired nail art, but it is a lot more modest this time. I think this kind of green is the perfect shade for summer. It’s absolutely fresh and invigorating!
All right. I gotta admit. I picked this because of the design of her ring fingernail. It’s ombre and it has the usual colors of summer, but that leaf in white glitters nailed it for me.
Smooth and uncomplicated… sometimes I want it that way, like these colorful ombre tips. How about you? I am adding these nails to my list for future reference. You should do the same.
Fiery and blazing… ooh, these nails will toast you if you ignore them. They will be perfect for a beach party, especially those gold crystals that obviously want to get it rolling.
Can you feel the summer vibe in these nails? I like how they sparkle even though they aren’t even glittered. The different ombre colors and the single crystal for each nail made all the difference.
Coffin nails might be your thing, and yellow might be your favorite. Here’s one for inspiration. And, let me just say that the faded effect from white to yellow looks so great with the palm tree silhouettes.
I am actually getting tired of palm trees already, but this design made me think otherwise. The bright yellow polish perfectly complemented the colors of the handpainted drawing. I also personally think that the painting looks outstanding.
I am obsessed with the cooling effect that the blue to light green gradient emanates. Not to mention that those leaves are also precious. It looks like they were made with love.
I honestly don’t know what the inspiration for the design is, but I am certain that those are summer colors. Oh, wait. The artist said those are flowers she designed freestyle.
Can’t choose which summer ombre color to pick and which silhouette design to use? Why not try everything all at once? No need to worry that it might not look good. You can already see how it’s going to be with this image.
Orange, red, or pink sherbet nails are usually the go-to design of nail artists during summer. It’s probably because of the bright yet relaxing effect they possess. You might like this design if you like sherbet nails.
If you are looking for simple 3D elements, you might want to use this group of adorable white starfish. It would also be nice to imitate the pink to yellow ombre colors. The whole combination is just too beautiful.
Abstract lines that look like wires are really my weakness. I love how there are two types of ombre colors here, and that they were both combined with black to balance out the fab. No one would dare say that this set is boring.
Ombre plain and ombre marbled. Which one do you prefer? I might have to go with the plain on this one even if the gold foil on the marble looks fantastic. This ombre style makes my elegant nail list for this year.
I’m not sure if those cute, little palm trees right there are handpainted or not. Well, whatever they are, we can’t deny that they perfectly suit the bright yet pastel colors in the ombre style.
Check out her ring fingernail. It’s not every day that you see a masterpiece as detailed as that, and as a nail art to be more precise. The cocktail drink is too fine as well.
You are probably going to love this set if you like nature. I like how they used swirl plates to supplement the leafy ombre colors of spring green to yellow-green. It’s like the transition from spring to summer.
These nails are giving me seashore vibes. Imagine walking by the seashore and then finding a red starfish… that’s exactly it! She handpainted tiny swirls for the sea and transitioned them into the color white for the ombre effect.
Classy and elegant. Isn’t that what came to your mind when you saw these nails? It’s summer, but your nails still need to look exquisite. You can opt for this design to prep you up for warmer days.
The warm colors of purple and pink are truly remarkable, especially when they are used to make an ombre effect. I love the add-on leaves and glittered boxes as well.
Pink is not just for girly types of nail art. It can also slay even in an elegant style. I particularly admire the pink to yellow ombre on her index nail, plus the all-glitters in her middle one. The touch of palm trees is nice, too.
Rainbow ombre colors are the bomb. I love how this set turned out. And, I would like to commend the obviously handpainted palm tree and birds as well as the rain-like effect of the crystal beads. Wonderfully done!
Blue nails are also cool for summer, especially if they are as good as this set. I like how they used the glitters to emphasize the darker shade of blue. I also want to applaud the shell-inspired design on the ring fingernail.
How about some flowers for your ring fingernail? I think those are stamps or stickers. It could have been more awesome if they were handpainted, but regardless, they are still so lovely to look at.
It looks like the seashore again but with some black rocks this time. I never knew that super light colors in ombre form can still look amazing despite the paleness.
Ok, let me just say that these nails have one of the most amazing colors I have seen today. I know it’s just a white to pink/blue gradient, but the art looks so neat and classy. Not to mention that those palm trees look gorgeous.
Is it just me or does it really feel like I am looking at an aurora borealis scene? Those colors are rocking the whole ombre thing! The indigo blue already looks astonishing, but the ombre fade made it more breathtaking.
Heh. Cute summer essentials to complete the yellow to violet gradients. I like the ice cream and the cocktail. Would you believe it if I told you these were handpainted? Awesome, right?
That coconut tree looks so real like it came straight out of a photo. It must be because the design seems to have a black abstract frame. Love the colors; they complement her skin tone.
What do you think made this design stand out? Is it the natural to light blue ombre wrapped up in silver glitters or is it the press-on red-pink flowers? I think it’s a combination of both!
Pink and ladylike on one; orange and fiery on the other. Which would you prefer? I’ll go with both because a girl has got to have two sides. Prim and proper but tenacious and steadfast.
These nails are sparkling, and I must admit that I am so loving those colors. They look like a pink night sky transitioning to blazing daybreak. Not our usual glitter ombre nail style but it creates such a fantastic finish.
Time to relax your eyes again. The color of this set seems to be based on the 3D blue gummy, but I think differently. The blue fade looks like the ocean calling out to me.
While the artist is obsessed with the ombre, I am more captivated by the flower and leaf stamps. They were so carefully and neatly applied that they look handpainted. It’s kinda cute that she used glitters for the pollens.
The pink and yellow gradients surely fascinated me, but it is those embossed leaves that really captured my attention at first. These nails are perfect for those who want a classy pink kind of style.
I do hope this has given you some ideas for Summer Ombre Nails. A unique look for the best time of year.
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