Beautiful Diwali Nail Art Ideas You Need For Festive Nails

 Hello, my lovelies!

I hope you are having a great time since fall and winter have begun. It is the time for festivities. All around the world, people are getting into a festive mood. Everyone is having a celebration for something or other. So, while others are busy waiting for Halloween and Christmas, here in India, we are celebrating Diwali. Yes, this festival of lights is something we wait for throughout the year. 

Before we begin, recently I noticed that some websites started to copy content from my blog's feed and post the entire content as theirs. The sad part is, they never give credits and sometimes google prioritizes them over my website. So, if you recognise my nails and content, please let me know. Also, I request you save my content on your Pinterest as well. It will help me in establishing authenticity.  

So, for you all, I am here with the cutest Diwali-inspired nail art. Yes, I know there are very few ideas available for this festival and absolutely no stamping plates ( I could not find any). So, I thought of some easy ideas that will not require stamping plates. And even if I have used them, they are generic ones which you can find with most brands. Let's begin!

Traditional Diwali nail art

I did this fireworks nail art for Diwali. you can use any colour for the base and metallic glitter shades for creating these fireworks. the base is a glittery metallic blue colour. You can also do this for New Year's Eve nail art.

Here is a bit more traditional nail art for Diwali. I did some basic decoration, with diyas or deepaks, and Hindu symbols like swastika and om. I liked this colour combination. You can pick any shades you like.

Rhinestones festive nail art for Diwali

If you want something more festive, use rhinestones of different colours and create this nail art. Here I used a thermal nail polish base with glitters. Did stamping wave pattern in gold and applied rhinestones around cuticles. 

This is a bit similar. I created this ombre look with different reflective glitter polishes and applied rhinestones at the cuticle. 

For this nail art, I wanted something simple but catchy. So I used a nude jelly polish for the base and topped it with dual coloured rhinestones. It creates a nice effect on the nail. 

Mandala / Rangoli Inspired nail art for Diwali

Who does not like to make rangoli in mandala shapes on Diwali? Lets make some on our nails. Grab any mandala stamping plate and do this. In the nail art above, I did a sponge ombre base using red and peachy orange shades. On top, I applied a stamped pattern in the white of a mandala nail art. 

In this one, I did a base of peach. On this, first I applied a gold mandala pattern and topped it with another corner mandala pattern in black. The placement was done in a way that both patterns are in opposite corners. 

This one is a simple mandala pattern done using water decals. In the central circle, I applied a rhinestone for added effect. And also did an accent nail in gold with red polka dots. 

Simple Gold manicures for Diwali

This one is a beautiful stamping nail art. I used a very traditional Indian kinda print for this and applied it on wine-purple nails. For the accent finger, I used the gold base and on top, use the same wine colour for stamping. This nail art is done using normal nail polish for stamping.

If you are not into patterns, grab any dotting tool and gold polish. This nail art is as simple as it looks. But it looks gorgeous on the nails. Take a beautiful red base shade, I used one from faces Canada in ruby red. And apply polka dots in gold on it. And done!

Simple glitter nail art for Diwali

This is a simple glitter nail art for Diwali. Here I used glitter polish for an accent nail and a pearly nude shade for other nails. It is perfect for beginners. 

If you want super easy nail art, this is a good one for you. I did this using a nude jelly base and created an ombre using rose gold glitter polish. It is very cute!

I hope you enjoyed all these nail art ideas. You can find their tutorials on my Youtube channel, Facebook and Instagram with their nail polish names. Have a great Diwali and a Happy New Year ahead.

Lots of Love!!!