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fall nail art

Today Elodie from the french blog Haut les vernis, is showing us how to create these beautiful One Stroke Dreamcatcher nails! Elodie’s One Stroke nail art is just so amazing that we had to ask her  how she does it! You can see more of her nail art in her Nailpolis gallery here.

Step one: Paint nails with white polish and lightly sponge with a sheer tinted polish

Step two: Dip half of a square brush in yellow acrylic paint, the other side in red, and then slowly paint a half circle.

Step three: Reload your brush with the two colors, and paint a jagged line down the center of the nail.

Step four: Outline the circle and jagged line to create the feather and dream catcher.

Step five: Paint some black lines for the strings and use a dotting tool to add some yellow and red dots.

Step six: Finish with your favorite top coat, and you’re done!


To celebrate the release of our new Falling in Love With Fall badge, we’re highlighting some of our favorite designs that we’ve seen so far! There are so many different ways to interpret fall in nail art, anything from pumpkins and leaves, to foxes and owls! We hope this sparks your imagination to create some fall nail art, let us hear your ideas down in the comments below!

1. Nude & yellow leaves


2. Peek-a-boo!

FOX NAILS (FREEHAND) by elleandish

3. Shimmery green nails

FALL by Ewyln

4. Black & gold maple leaves

AUTUMN NAILS by Marine Loves Polish

5. Shimmery chevrons

MAPLE LEAVES by Moriesnailart

6. Autumn inspired water marble

FALL WATERMARBLE by Helene Høien Jensen

7. Black & yellow bling

AUTUMN BLING by christy vasquez

8. These nails are a hoot!

OWL WITCH by Suzi – Beauty by Suzi

9. Nails that were stamped with actual leaves


10. Don’t leave without some more leafs!

FALL by Dess

NOTE: Nailpolis artists worked very hard to create these designs showcased in this article. Please respect our artists and ALWAYS credit them if you are sharing their nail art. Please do NOT use these images without the artist’s permission.