If you’re looking to add a pop of color to your nails, teal might be the way to go. Light enough to be fun and playful while deep enough to look feminine and fresh. Whether you’re going for a simple look or something more elaborate, these ideas will give you plenty of inspiration we’ve gone through
thousands of different styles to bring you these teal nail ideas.
This particular set was entitled by the artist “ Tealing the Waves“, and I understand why. Just looking at them makes me want to go to the beach and surf right now, right at this moment.
If you want to go a little further, how about adding a little bit of sparkle with this teal glitter polish?
Here’s some ocean-like vibe with a touch of spring. Is that a weird combo? Well, there is never anything weird for an artist. Everything can be so good!
I love how these nails were “tealed” in different gradients and tones. I also like that they are all-natural, with no polygel or fake nails included.
These stiletto nails are quite the looker. Gold seems to go well with teal. Actually, I think it goes well with any color.
A combination of teal and tiffany blue. The addition of glitters made this set more attractive.
Glamorous. That’s the first word I’ve thought of when I saw these nails. The caption said that they are supposed to give you alien vibes. Well, a glamorous alien then!
Those marble dips may be the star in this nail art, but the teal and copper nails are what made them stand out. Didn’t you know that being an “extra” is a rather very important role?
I have thought of “glamorous” again. Does this give you alien vibes as well, just like the other entry? There is no mention of Star Wars nail design, but I feel like they are perfect for Padmé Amidala.
Teal in combination with geometric lines. Oh, love it!
Teal nails and rose stamps. Best combo to slay a wedding invitation with a teal motif.
What do you think of the skulls and roses? Stamps? No, darling. Those are freehand drawings, and that’s how you do awesome!
I guess tiffany is the perfect match for teal when it comes to blue. You can see the proof right there on the marble nail.
Do you fancy myths and mystical creatures? You might want to try this Neptune-inspired nail art. It has the elements of Neptune, both the planet and the god of seas.
Seems like teal and neon makes a good combo, too. This design reminds me of a stained glass (mosaic) project back in high school.
Ooh, this one’s absolutely shooting into my list. I love all the designs but I love the glittered one the most. I’m not sure if it’s the light but I feel like this set can make my hands extra beautiful.
Did someone say fab?! I hear you so well and I’d say go for this nail art if you’re attending a very special event. The gold metallic glitter and foil surely mix well with the teal and white polish.
Another marble design, but this time only half. Perfect for the chic who likes to keep it sassy at the minimum level.
Frankly, this set is not my cup of tea. But I find these teal nails cute and unique even if that’s the case. They are spectacular for those who like rare beauties.
I found some whimsical names again! The colors used in this set are called “Along for the Tide” and “Head Over Teals.” Try this one out and you might catch someone who will fall head over teals for you!
Would you believe if I say that the peacock was drawn freehand? The artist used stamps but she drew it on her own!
Springtime madness! These lovely flowers are ready for your nails.
If you like something simple but still with a touch of some craziness, I’d recommend this one.
Teal and gold foil combo once again, everyone. But this time, a bit more smooth and more orderly.
No time to go to the salon? You can try this nail art instead. The design on the thumb and ring finger are hand-drawn while the one on the pointing finger is a sticker.
The artist said you’re supposed to feel mermaid vibes on this set. Couldn’t agree more. While I love teal so much, I am more obsessed with the glittered middle and ring finger.
Cute, little designs for those with short nails!
These nails are fantastic for working women. They would look gorgeous even in corporate attire.
Ah, if you are looking for something playful and extraordinary, this is the exact set for you. I love how the web lines were applied, they look like the extra caramel on your favorite dessert.
Here’s another set you can imitate if you are too tired or too busy to go to the salon. Simply collect the colors and apply.
These look like the alien nails a while ago, but this time there are no alien vibes anymore. I am feeling high-class and elite, on-top-of-the-society vibes instead.
Fashionable nails for our minimalist friends.
Not sure if these nails are teal or green, but they are lovely either way. So, who cares?
A darker shade of teal partnered with a marble polish and gold flake sprinkles. I love how posh and trendy it looks.
Teal acrylic nails sparkle like a night sky. I would remove the small crystals in the middle, though.
I love how these nails are so neatly done considering that the flowers were drawn freehand. They look like computerized stamps, to be honest.
Lighter than the original shade of teal, these nails have insanely gorgeous tiger-like accents. These are DIY nails so you can actually use any shade of teal if you like.
Another freehand flower drawing. It’s a lot simpler than the previous one, and it might be more suitable for those with short nails.
More than the color of lavender and teal, more than the matte finish, I am seriously impressed with the flower art. How can some people be so good and intricate at this?
Marble nails and cow prints for the modern woman, y’all. I love how they marbled the teal polish with only a bit of black to make it outstanding.
Captivating designs for those with almond-shaped nails.
You can use any animal print to imitate this design. It doesn’t have to look exactly like this one since teal goes well with any material.
I like the deep shade and the hand-painted beach nail art design here. The orange really pops out.
The fusion of teal with white and black is unbelievably nice. Although, I’d probably remove the crystals if I’ll be wearing these.
I love how these snake-inspired teal nails are so vogue and posh. I’m not sure if they are freehand or stamps. If freehand… wow! Just, wow!
I know they’re not as striking as the previous ones, but I am so adding this set to my list. I love the “tealness” of it all!
I do hope this has given you some ideas for teal nails If you give this a go – I want to see it! Send me a photo of your own designs and we’ll feature them here.
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