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17 Easy and Cute Pink Nail Art Design Ideas

Sheetal Mandora
A color adored by many, you can end your manicure with a gorgeous addition to your fingernails. NailArtMag gives you 17 easy and cute pink nail art design ideas that will appeal to every girl who loves to look presentable.

Did You Know?

The darker the color of your nail polish, the faster it will peel off as it has higher pigmentation. To keep it on for a longer time, use light strokes while applying the polish.
Perfecting nail art may seem like a challenging task. However, with dedication and practice (and a little bit of help from our side), you can easily learn to create a masterpiece anytime you want.
Take a look at these pink nail art designs for a change. All these designs are easy to create, and look super cute once complete. So, what are you waiting for? Grab all the supplies, because we're going to have some fun girl time.

17 Designs to Die For

Depending on the event, pick any of the following designs you like. Also, it is essential that you have a nail art kit to create the designs. Some of the designs given below require specific tools, such as a nail art brush, to get the perfect look.

DIY Pink Nail Art Designs

Now that you've gone through the designs, it's time to go through the steps and get those nails painted. First and foremost, remove any existing polish off the nails. And secondly, grab your nail art kit, Q-tip, pink nail polish, and 2―3 polishes of your choice.
Step #1 - First, apply a base coat and let it dry properly; it shouldn't take more than a couple of minutes.
Step #2 - Apply your favorite shade of pink polish over the base coat. If one coat seems light, put on a second coat and let it dry completely.
Step #3 - Now, dip the thin nail art brush in black polish, and make two parallel lines from the corner of the nail.
Step #4 - Once it dries, make two more parallel lines going diagonal to the previous lines. The second set of lines will begin from the other side of the nail.
Step #5 - After the lines are dry, fill in the gaps with your favorite nail color. If the brush from the polish is thin, use it; or use a different thin brush to apply the polish.
Step #6 - Dip a Q-tip in nail polish remover to wipe away any polish that might have gone outside the nails.
Step #7 - And once the design has dried completely, apply a top coat to keep it intact for a longer time.
Do try all of these designs for yourself, and see how fabulous your nails look. If you can't get the designs right, don't fret―visit an experienced manicurist instead. And while you're at it, paint those toenails as well. We don't want to leave them feeling lonely now, do we?!