How to DIY Cute Rabbit Nail Art

by RoseDIY13
6 Materials
15 Minutes

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to do rabbit nail art. Let's get started!

Tools and materials:

  • Base coat
  • White nail polish
  • Pink nail polish
  • Black nail polish
  • Dotting tool
  • Top coat
Applying nail polish

1. Apply the base nail polish

For the base, I’m using a deep red color and covering the entire nail with it.

Drawing a curve

2. Draw a curve around your nail

Following the natural curvature of your nail, use a thin brush to draw a curve around the center using white nail polish.

Completing circle

3. Complete the circle

Turn the curve into a circular shape by drawing another line that starts from the ends of the previous one and follows along the nail bed.

Filling circle in

4. Fill it in 

Fill in the outline of the white circle. This is the rabbit’s head.

Adding ears

5. Add ears 

Draw the ear pointing towards the edge of the nail and fill it in with white. Do the same with the second ear. 

Adding pink to ears

6. Add pink to the ears

Add a pink line to the center of the ear.

If you’re using a light pink like I am, use multiple strokes to add thickness and allow the color to appear bolder, but don’t fill in the entire ear.

Drawing eyes

7. Draw the eyes

For the eyes, draw two black V’s with a thin brush.

Drawing smile

8. Draw the smile

Using the same brush and color, draw a smile.

Adding blush

9. Add blush 

To finish the bunny’s face, use a dotting tool with the same pink you used in the ear to add blush on both sides of the mouth. Let it dry.

Applying top coat

10. Apply a top coat

Apply a glossy top coat.

Applying glossy top coat

DIY rabbit nail art

Here’s the finished rabbit nail art! Let me know what you think about this cute design down below.

Check out my post on how to Make Your Nails Grow Overnight With One Common Kitchen Ingredient.

Suggested materials:
  • Base coat
  • White nail polish
  • Pink nail polish
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