a close-up of long, natural nails with an ombre, lavender nail look

Lavender is one of my favorite colors for springtime, especially its pastel variation. The sweet shade of lavender reminds me of the fragrant wild-flower meadows, which grow next to my granny's village house. I spend hours walking through the sun-warmed lands, breathing in natural aromas of thyme, lovage, yarrow, and, of course, sweet-smelling lavender. 

Cozied up by the feeling of nostalgia, I've decided to prepare my claws for the upcoming season of nature revival. Stay tuned to learn how to dip your nails in lavender and re-create this minimal nail look with ease.

a close-up of long, natural nails with an ombre, lavender nail look

How to Create this Sweet Lavender Nail Look for Spring?

  • Put base nail coat and create a lavender ombré effect

For my spring nail look, I used only two products and a sponge to create the ombré effect on the surface of the nails. On the tips of my nails, I applied Candy Shannon nail stamping polish from the Autumn Courtyard series. This nail polish is incredibly pigmented and perfectly suits the spring mood, even though it is a part of the Autumn nail polish series, isn't it ironic?

  • Practice makes perfect...

Creating a smooth transition between lavender and bare nails takes some practice. Use light pressure and move the sponge quickly between the tip and middle part of the nail. If you find that the lavender color is too bold, you can always add another layer of bare polish.

  • Add a layer of topcoat...

Once you're happy with the gradient, apply two coats of your favorite topcoat. This will help to protect your perfect at-home manicure and give it a long-lasting shine. I recommend using a quick-drying topcoat to speed up the process.

a close-up of long, natural nails with an ombre, lavender nail look

Final Thoughts....

Now that you know how to create this sweet lavender nail look for spring, it's time to get creative and have fun with it! There are endless possibilities when it comes to lavender nail art, so don't be afraid to experiment and try new things. For example, you can add a pop of glitter or shimmer to your lavender nails for a fun and festive look. You should also try painting a different design on each nail, such as flowers, hearts, or stripes. Be creative and use a contrasting color, such as white or yellow, to create a unique and eye-catching design.

That's all for today, my lovelies! I hope you enjoyed this spring nail design. I would love to hear your thoughts in the comments below. Would you wear this design yourself? Thank you so much for visiting my blog today. I hope you have a wonderful day ahead. Until next time!

Lots of love,