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If watching Daisy Jones & The Six has you in the mood for some groovy nails, try your hand at this (relatively) simple green and pink nail art idea. To create the look, nail artist Dayanna Sapiens used the Le Mini Macaron x Heluviee Gel Polish Trio ($35) in shades Evergreen, Cotton, and Wild Peach, creating floral, swirl, and yin/yang patterns with the shades.
The best part about the Le Mini Macaron x Heluviee Gel Polish Trio is that it’s unlikely to sit around collecting dust, as you can use the three shades for so many different designs. This design involves colored French tips and swirls on top of a neutral base shade—it’s fairly simple to recreate, but the stunning result is one of our favorites.
Short on time or looking for the easiest route to pink and green bliss? Pick your favorite shades of each color—we love the fresh milky and grassy hues here—and paint each onto a few nails for an instant statement.
While it goes without saying that this 3D pink and green nail design will likely require a pro to recreate, we love the way this bouquet of roses upgrades an otherwise simple French mani. Given the intricacy, you really only need one accent nail on each hand to make a major impact.
A subtle shimmer adds a dash of allure to any mani, and pink and green nails are no exception. We love how these include a negative space heart on the avocado-colored accent nail.
Dark Rose Garden
If you’re intrigued by pink and green nails but prefer something a little more gothic, go for intricate rose designs on a black base. The effect is instantly romantic and will go with dark and colorful ensembles alike.
Florals for Summer
In their most vibrant versions, pink and green feel fresh and fruity, which makes them a perfect choice for a summer floral mani. Space the design out with neutral accent nails for a look with major longevity.
Ready to drop everything and take a vacation on the pink sand beaches of Barbieland? Us, too. For the next best thing, alternate pink and green French tips, then add a playful touch via wave designs in the opposite colors.