DIY: Easy Nail Art Designs From Wimbledon

Wimbledon Nails
With Wimbledon starting on 3 July, there's no better way to show some support for our players than with some tennis-inspired nail art. We've joined forces with Barry M to give you the tips and tricks to getting your talons tennis-ready.
Sunshine, strawberries and cream, pimms – ah, the joys of Wimbledon. If you're heading over to watch a match or if you're cheering Andy Murray on from your living room, these quick and easy nail designs are simple to create and look seriously ace (gettit?).
Remember if you're trying nail art for the first time, clean the base of your nails first and always use a top coat to finish off.
Here's our favourites...

Strawberries and Cream

Strawberry Nail Art


1. Use two coats of Barry M’s Gelly Nail Paint in Blood Orange, £3.99, as your ultimate glossy base and allow to dry.
2. Using Barry M’s Gelly Nail Paint in Key Lime, £3.99 , paint a zigzag on the tip and fill in green.
3. To finish, dot Barry M’s Nail Art Pen in White, £4.99 , to create the strawberry seeds.

The Tennis Ball

Tennis Ball Nail Art

1. Use two coats of Barry M Speedy Nail Paint in On Your Marks, £3.99 , as the bright yellow base, and allow time to dry
2. Using Barry M’s Nail Art Pen in White, £4.99 , draw a semi-circle from the top corner, across the middle of the nail.
3. Mirror this on the bottom corner so the two semi-circles are parallel to create a tennis ball stripe.

The Court

Tennis court nail art
1. Start with two coats of Barry M Gelly Nail Paint in Key Lime, £3.99 , and allow to dry.
2. Use Barry M’s Nail Art Pen in White, £4.99 , to fill in a deep white tip across the base of the nail
3. Using Barry M’s Nail Art Pen in Black, £4.99 , draw diagonal lines from top to bottom. Cross these lines in the opposite direction to form your tennis net.


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