Since it’s officially spring (hallelujah), we thought it would be fitting to showcase some bright and fun spring nails! That being said, this week is all about colors and patterns for our nail art designs! Give your darker nail colors a break for a little bit, since I’m sure they saw plenty of action during the six- month-long winter we suffered through. This week marks the first week of April, and that means it’s about time we started reintroducing some color into our wardrobe! And of course, the perfect place to start is with your nails. So scroll through this list, choose your favorite design, and bring some life back into your nails!


spring nailLoving the colors used in this wavy design from MissJenFabulous! Check out the video tutorial here.


spring nail designsThink you don’t have the patience for nail art? Think again! This design by NailsByJema is perfect for spring, and also very easy to create. Just watch this video.


Screen Shot 2015-03-27 at 2.40.09 AMOf course, since it’s spring, we needed at least one floral design in the list. We’re loving this take on the traditional floral look by Cutepolish! Check out the tutorial.


Easter NailsEaster is just around the corner, and this pastel design by IFeelPolished is perfect for the holiday. Learn how to create the look yourself!


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Like I said, springtime means FLORALS! Check out this video tutorial by pshiiit_polish to learn how to perfect this look!



The weather isn’t exactly warm enough for a nice spring picnic yet, but you can pretend with these adorable watermelon nails by PolishArtAddiction. Don’t be fooled: they’re much easier to create than they look! Check it out here.



Obsessing over this negative space flower manicure! You can hardly tell the nail isn’t even actually painted with this design by One Nail to Rule Them All. Here’s the tutorial!

 Which spring nail design is your favorite?

Devon Kelliher is a New York University student pursuing a degree in Communications and Journalism. When she isn't being a student, she's catching a concert somewhere in New York or cheering for her beloved Boston sports teams. She is also known for her tendency to quote movies/TV shows at inappropriate times.