Get on that pineapple express! Any kind of fruit nail art will make everything brighter whether it’s summer or winter! Watermelon nail art might be a popular design but pineapples can be refreshingly cool as well! Let me show you just how easy it is to create pineapples on your nails with this tutorial!
Must Try Juicy Fruit Nail Art Tutorial!
Whether it’s the middle of summer or the end of fall, fruit nail art will make your manicures quite interesting! This cute fruit nail art tutorial will surely give you summer feels!
All kinds of nail trends become popular every season but fruit nail art will always be in fashion. You can have watermelons, strawberries and even mangoes on your nails but the yellow shade of pineapples brighten everything up!
A pineapple might look hard to recreate but you’ll find this fruit nail art tutorial I’m going to share with you will be super easy to follow. You’ll have cute little pineapples dancing on your nails with only a bit of effort! Plus this will look perfect with your bright dresses for spring and summer!
What you’ll need to create this cute fruit nail art:
- OPI Alpine Snow
- China Glaze Sunshine Pop
- essie Skirting the Issue
- China Glaze Avant Garden
- Sally Hansen Fast Drying Top Coat
Step 1: White Base Color
After cleaning and prepping your nails for a new manicure, apply an opaque white nail polish on your nails. This will serve as the base for your pineapple nails.
You may have to apply a second or third coating, depending on the formula of the polish you are using.
Step 2: Pineapple Bodies
To create the body of the pineapple, use a normal polish brush dipped in a bright yellow color. Dab on two or three circles on your nail. Make sure your base is completely dry before you start drawing on your fruit nail art.
Step 3: Pineapple Eyes
Using a thin nail art brush, draw criss-cross lines on the yellow circles with brown nail polish. You can also outline one side of the pineapple to create some depth.
Step 4: Create The Crown
This time, use yellow green polish to create the pineapple’s crown. The striper will help you create the leaves like properly. Apply several lines of the yellow-green polish from the pineapple body, making them seem like grass growing. You can also add in a darker shade of green to give it more depth.
Step 5: Apply Top Coat
Now you have cute pineapples on your fingernails! Don’t forget to apply a top coat on your fruit nail art for it to last longer. The fast-drying top coat will help seal in the design as well!
Need a visual step-by-step instruction for this super cute fruit nail art tutorial? Check out my video tutorial!
You don’t have to wait for summer to create cute fruit nail art designs. If you’re not a fan of pineapples then there a lot of other juicy fruits to choose from! Try making watermelons, strawberries or even peaches for your next manicure! Just don’t forget to share it with me in the comments section below!
Want more fruit nail art ideas? Check out this list!
This cute fruit nail art would look amazing with this ruffled yellow dress from Mason & Ivy!