Best Fall Nail Art Designs

When you’re swapping summer brights for cozy, fall neutrals, you need a nail to match. We’re always down for nail art, but we’re practicing the art of subtly this season. Here, the new French tip, autumnal color palettes, a look direct from the FW17 runways, and more from Instagram’s best nail artists.

Fall Waves

Dying to stick to a fall color palette? Try it in an unexpected vertical wave design (minimalist turkey feather?) in warm maroon, orange and tan.

Design by @cassmariebeauty

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Turquoise Stone

Turquoise jewelry pairs well with autumnal fabrics like suede and knits, so why not apply the print to your nails? Start with a blue-green color as your base. Freeform the design in black, but before it dries use a paintbrush dipped in polish remover to blur the edges.

Design by @nailallie

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Negative Glam

For unexpected fancy evening and your nails are bare, try this quick fix. Adding a few rhinestones at the base of a bare nail will add an instantaneous touch of glam.

Design by @nataliepavloskinails

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Peakaboo Graphics

A fully detailed nail is cute, but a sneaky hint of it is even better. Start by painting a sliver of your design on the side of your nail, let dry, then fill the rest in with a neutral color.

Design by @jessicawashick

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Nip Slip

The weather is starting to get nippy, so why not have nails to match. At first glance it’s just a complimentary set of neutral colors, but we all need to free the nipple in our own way.

Design by @hollyfalconenails

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Anti-French Tips

This quick flash of black is an ode to the classic French tip. Start with a clear base coat, then line up your nails in black with a thin brush along the base of where the nail tip begins.

Design by @flowidity108

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Nail Flakies

The latest in nail design is nail flakies: a medium between nail foil and glitter polish. Start with a base, add a topcoat, then while tacky, add flakes throughout. Seal with a topcoat and you’ve got an easy 3D mani.

Design by @ladyandthe_stamp

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Fall Pastels

Pastel colors are typically reserved for the spring, but that doesn’t mean you should remove the color family altogether. Try it in small doses, like these mint green tips (with eyeliner to match).

Design by @sephoracollection

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Nude French

Take another riff on the classic French with extra long tips. But skip bright white in favor of a complexion-flattering nude lacquer.

Design by @mpnails

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Statement Halves

Split your statement nail in two with these sweet yet subtle detail. This design incorporates seasonal neutrals, but adds a subtle flash of tiny gold sequins.


Design by @jinsoon

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Negative Dots

Rainbows aren’t just for warmer seasons. Try this negative nail design by using the flat end of a paint brush and dot accordingly. Swap in fall colors like orange and umber if you prefer a more seasonal palette.

Design by @aliciatnails

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Fashion Forward

Balenciaga is offering this mani for free at Colette (inspired by their FW2017 runway collection), but for those of us not Paris should copy the look at home.

Design by @nailsbymei for @balenciaga

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