Sunflowers are big, bold, and beautiful, and they always make a statement. Sunflower nail art is a great way to add some cheerful vibes to your manicure and there’s more versatility here than you might think. From sleek and subtle to vibrant and cute, we’ve gone through
thousands of designs to find some of the best.
Whether you want something simple to DIY yourself or some ideas to show your nail tech, we’ve got you covered.
These beautiful sunflower spring nails are such eye candies. I love the shade of green so much and I like how it complemented well the bees and sunflowers on her ring finger. If you like this idea, you could combine this with other bee nail art ideas too!
These press-ons have some stunning detail and a great balance of accent nails against these ombre yellows. These might be my favorite of the entire list (and we’re only just getting started).
If you want something a bit more overt, this 3D set is fantastic looking. What I really like is you get the option of how many 3D toppers to add because sometimes a single accent is enough and sometimes you just want to go all-out glam.
Or, if you just want to keep it simple, this set does the trick. The black background really makes those yellows pop and the simple colorway contrasts nicely.
Admit it, these nails are too awesome to not include on your list. The red nails balanced out perfectly with the gold glitters and the sunflower design.
I am obsessed with those ombre accents. Who would have thought that grey can mix so well with yellow? Not to mention that those glitter effects and sunflower fill made these nails more outstanding.
Lovely sunflower nails for a lovely pair of hands. The sunflowers are handpainted, by the way, and that amazes me even more.
I am in awe of these nails. Look at how vivid the night sky on his middle and ring fingers are, and look at how dashing those sunflower paints on her pointing and pinky fingers are.
Where can I find these sunflower stamps? And, is that mulberry? I so love the combination of colors in this manicure!
Did you know that sunflowers symbolize adoration and loyalty? Oh, what a lovely feeling to feel so loved and appreciated. So lovely like these nails with geometric lines and sunflower stickers on them!
This cute and charming set is perfect for those with petite hands. Never knew hot pink can look good with yellow.
Handpainted nails never fail. I am impressed with the way these sunflowers are so intricately drawn while perfectly matching turquoise.
This set reminds me of a dress I had when I was a child, polka dots with sunflower colors.
Glamorous hand-drawn nails for the lady with a flower-like beauty. That’s you, girl.
These nails look so prestigious. Don’t you agree? They seem to be most suitable for our strong career women out there.
Honey bee and sunflower coffin nails for those who like them long, square, and meticulously fabulous!
Did you know that sunflower is the national flower of Ukraine? I just learned that today.
Here’s some freehand nail art inspiration for our DIY girls. You can use shiny matte polish just like how our artist did it here.
Does it look like a stamp? No, honey, that’s handpainted using micro-detailed liners and brushes. They are so detailed that some people thought of them as stamps.
While that plum-colored polish is gorgeous, what really caught my attention is the nail art on the ring finger. Nope, not the sunflower drawing. What I’m loving are the golden swirls that emphasize the flower’s beauty.
Some sunflower nail inspiration for those with short nails. Bright and radiant!
Well, sometimes you just like it simple and neat. Here’s a design you can try to imitate.
Let’s take a break from the bright sunflower drawings. Here is something that looks so soothing to the eyes. I’m definitely adding this to my list of must-try!
Hey! If you like the flowery design look – we have some
very cute and playful daisy nail art ideas too!
Now, here is some hot design for your fine-looking nails. I’m not sure whether the butterfly is a stamp or not, but the sunflower is definitely freehand. I love its zoomed-in effect, actually.
Vincent Van Gogh proved to us, once again, that his paintings are not just for museums. Did you know, though, that even if he painted tons, he never once named any of them as Sunflowers? Quite a mystery, huh.
Are you currently in need of nails that shout vigor and courage? These nails are giving me the “independent woman” vibes.
How about sunflower nails that illustrate purity and dignity? I think this set would make the perfect wedding nails.
Colorless surface for those who like clear tones. They are clean and modest but those sunflower stamps are just too cute to ignore.
I’d say that silver may be an appropriate partner for the orange color. I wonder if gold glitters would produce a comparable beauty.
If you like nude, you can try this one out. It’s simple and you can do it yourself as long as you have sunflower and bee stamps.
I love how those sunflowers are so embossed. They are a perfect enhancement to that ombre effect on the other nails.
Orange and yellow nail polish to keep it smooth and innocent, but with a touch of sunflower stickers to keep it chic and posh.
This particular nail polish is so refreshing to look at. Won’t you agree? And, looking at those sunflower drawings make me feel even calmer.
Another refreshing set of sunflower nails. Whoever said that sunflowers can only go well with yellow polish is definitely in need of nail art therapy.
The black matte finish always looks so magnificent, but those sunflowers make the entire design more superb.
I wonder how many hours it took for these DIY nails to look so grand. I mean, although the sunflowers are stamps, those overlapping lines are too flawless.
I personally think that these nails would look so amazingly good on all our awesome mothers out there. Red is the symbol of love and strength, two of their best qualities as superwomen.
I laughed at the caption of this photo, “Sunny with a Chance of Flowers.” Have you watched Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs? Such a nice movie.
Filling your eyes with some yellow lovin’ from these sunflower nails!
Create a garden on your nails with this nail art design. There is no doubt, that’s definitely freehand. Can you do that, too?
Oh, I do love the combination of colors on this one! Who said that sunflowers can’t be in other colors than yellow? And, wait for it… yep! These nails are handpainted. Now, that’s legendary!
Only nail art addicts would believe that these gems are handpainted. I am not kidding. These flowers that admirably complement the orange glittered surface were drawn using bare hands.
I must say that these lines need impeccable concentration.
Again with the unbelievably straight lines. Do these nail artists know that they are geniuses? It takes a lot of effort to produce this kind of focus.
Green means go! Go for these nails while the spring season is at its peak. Grammy Spell, the nail polish specifically used for these nails, has green and gold glitter with red and aurora flakes.
Freehand sunflower nails that have a bit of an abstract touch. Definitely my cup of tea!
Imagine the polka dots dress I was talking about earlier, except that it’s black and not white. Fancy!
The sunflower and polka decals are nailing the entirety of these hot pink, charming nails.
Looking for something playful? Here’s your treat! I’d love to have those nails on a cool yet sunny day.
Yellow in pastel shade is absolutely posh. I like that it has all the elements of a sunflower nail design, the flower, the leaves, the bee, and the honey.
Wow! Can you tell how much time and effort were needed to produce these nails? This is the design to try if you want to take your sunflower nails to great lengths!
Finally, a marble nail with a sunflower decal! There is no reason for you to refuse these nails. Put them on your list. Now!
I do hope this has given you some ideas for sunflower nails If you give this a go – I want to see it! Send me a photo of your sunflower designs and we’ll feature them here.
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