Nail Art

Easy Daisy Nail Art

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If you know me and my blog you know I’ve been busy moving house over the past few days, meaning I didn’t have time for hardly anything. My nails split and broke from the constant moving of things and it was just not a good time for me and my nails/skin.

Today I was desperate to post a nail art design, something easy and quick. Mainly quick because I din’t have time to hang about, like virtually everyone.

That’s when I spotted the daisy pattern online and just knew it was going to be it. So welcome to today’s easy peasy nail art design! Daisy nails!


Easy Nail Art

Like absolutely always you will need a few things. You don’t have to stick to the same colors as me, for instance I went for the classic blue background but black nails or a dark purple looks so amazing too so, just play with the colors you have.

You will need –

  • A base coat to protect your nail, I use the sally hansen nail growth miracle.
  • A base color, I chose this color in ‘Blueberry ice cream‘ from Barry m.
  • A yellow for the middle of your daisy and a white for the petals. I use a nail art pen kit for this but feel free to just use normal polish.
  • I used some nail art tools from my nail art tool kit but, if you don’t have any feel free to use a toothpick.
  • Finally, a top coat to add shine and seal in the design. Mine is just a gel top coat.


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The first thing you need to do is coat your nails with a base coat. I am using my sally hansen nail base, it just helps your nails to not get damaged by the polish we are going to be putting on and helps them in other ways too such as keeping them strong and healthy.

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Once those are dry move on and coat your nails evenly in your chosen base color. Like I said before, I chose blue but feel free to go for any color you want.

Once dry (please make sure they are) take your large dotting tool or toothpick and your yellow nail art pen or polish and make 1 to 3 small dots on each nail. This process is so easy and takes a few minutes.



Leave that to air dry for a few minutes before moving on. I usually wouldn’t advise this but, if you are in a rush move straight on to the next step, just be careful not to smudge your ‘pollen’.

Taking your thinner nail art tool or toothpick take your white nail polish or nail art pen and being making small scratch like movements around the pollen of the daisy.

This does take up most of your time but, once you get the hang of the skinny strokes you will fly around each nail!


daisy nail art design

easy nail art

Once all of your desired nails are done let them air dry before applying a top coat or gel coat! I also apologize for the poor quality in the final photo!! I had a slight camera mishap. 


This is probably one of my quickest nail art designs. It’s so simple and it also looks really professional. Huge thumbs up from me!  *If i could insert the grinning emoji here I would*


Nail Art Pens And Tools I Used –

I do use some nail art pens and tools to help me create these looks, they are super inexpensive and have helped me achieve so many new nail art looks (such as the one above!!)


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Click here to check out the nail art pens in the EUUS




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Click here to check out the nail art tools in the EU US

They are both so much fun to play around with, even if you’re like me and not really that great at nails they give you the opportunity to try out fun designs. I really love them and I literally talk about them all the time.

I hope you enjoyed this post all about daisy nail art and easy nail art, if you did please let me know in the comments below!


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