Sport festive fingertips with these DIY nail art design ideas are perfect for New Year’s Eve!
DIY Nail Art Design Ideas You Can Rock at the Big Party
1. Black & Silver With Gold Stars
Nothing beats glittery and shiny nails that just grab attention at a New Year’s Eve party. It’s a night with champagne and fireworks, after all. With a touch of stars on this DIY nail design, you’ll feel out of this world. With this collection of YouTube nail art videos and blogs, you can better follow the nail art tutorials, step by step. We’re just getting started, so read on for more!
2. Glitter Gradient Nail Art
Looking for easy funky nail designs for short nails? We have that, and of course, we have one that’s also perfect for New Year’s Eve. To get this glittery ombre look on your short nails, apply a champagne base color, first. Then, use a makeup sponge to dab black glitter polish on the edge of your nails. Lastly, take your favorite top coat and apply a layer.
3. Midas’ Touch
There are four DIY nail designs on this list from Cosmo, but we are partial to the ‘Midas Touch,” especially for New Year’s Eve. This gold and fuchsia nail polish certainly screams, “Let’s party!” The nail design may look high-end and fancy, but it’s really easy to DIY. Find out for yourself and might as well check out the rest of the DIY nail designs tutorials.
4. White and Gold Glitter Gradient Nail Art
This fun and actually easy gradient nail art design is something you can wear from Christmas to New Year! Gold glitter on white nails perfectly nails the spirit of the season, but you can experiment with other colors using this gradient technique.
5. New Years Nail Art | Freehand DIY
This New Year DIY nail art design may require some working time but it’ll be worth it. It does look intricate, but with the proper tools, you can really nail it in time for the big party.
6. New Years Eve Party Nails
The secret to standout nails for a big New Year’s blowout is uniqueness. How do you that? How about painting each of your nails a different design? Take these New Year Eve party nails with a variety of designs, but are not so over the top. It gives off a dramatic effect perfect paired with a sexy New Year’s party outfit.
7. Party People Nail Art
Here’s a fantastic idea! How about recreating a New Year’s Eve party scene on your nails? It can be a bit intimidating but no DIY-er will back down from this challenge. The idea is to color your nails ombre, then do a French tip with an artsy twist.
8. Elegant New Years Nail Art
Now, for this New Year’s countdown-worthy nail art design, we might need to channel a little bit of our inner nail artist. Don’t worry, because this tutorial will see you though. Just follow the step-by-step process, and with a little practice, you’ll be good to go.
9. Happy New Year Nail Art
Teens will especially love this New Year’s nail art for their own. The white stars and ‘Happy New Year’ against the glittery blue nail color is so millennial, nothing is more perfect for the celebration of a new year!
10. Fireworks Inspired Nail Art
A sexy party outfit will definitely go well with this firework nail art design. And, will also go well for the New Year’s Eve party! A heavy to a light stroke of a striper/liner brush will do the trick of creating the lines. Mixing and matching the colors for the lines will make it shine even better!
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Why spend big bucks at nail salons when you can do easy nail art designs by hand on your own? You can do it with these fun nail art design ideas you can DIY easily. They’re pretty festive and party-perfect, too. Make sure to plan your whole look and work out well-done nails with your equally trendy outfit. Have a great time on the New Year’s Eve party!
Which of these DIY nail art design ideas are you eyeing to match your New Year’s Eve party outfit? We’re excited to know all about it in your comments below!
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on December 28, 2015, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.