3 Super Simple Abstract Nail Art | Color Palette No. 1

by - Sunday, January 12, 2020

Easy Abstract Nail Art

Hello and welcome to 25 Sweetpeas! I hope you are having a wonderful day! Today I am super excited to be posting 3 new manicures, all of which are themed around a particle colors scheme that I am so so SO very obsessed with. Which I will talk about throughout this post. So lets get to chatting and checking out these nails!



Easy Abstract Nail Art

For 2020, I really want to enjoy my content, I want to produce more art, I want 25 Sweetpeas to become more than just nails. Now you are thinking, but all I am seeing in this post is nails, and well that is true. All you are seeing in this post is nails BUT there is something new on the site, that is not nails. If you scroll to the top of the site when you done reading this post you may notice a new tab.

The new Tab is a button that takes you to my Art Portfolio I am building on the Procreate Folio site. :) I am super excited about it, and I took some time this weekend to add my vastest bunch of work. Which was all done in a limited color palette.

Easy Abstract Nail Art

This said limited Color Palette is from the monthly Gia Graham email, and I am LOVING it. Seriously, I have not been this excited about actual art that I have made. Its so fun and different, yet everything I've been wanting to do. So in that Art Portfolio you will find all of the art I did that inspired all of these manis. Which I am sure I will also share over time on here too because why not!

Easy Abstract Nail Art

For this Mani I used:

Nails Inc White Out

Heroine NYC Sugar Spun

Heroine NYC Peach Please

Heroine NYC Son of a Beach

Gold Acrylic Paint

Easy Abstract Nail Art

So needless to say I am working to making art beyond my nails more of a thing. So this post is actually the start of a new Instagram shift for me too and honestly I am sooooo excited about it! Like I actually have so much to share there, yet I also don't want to over do it, yet I have even more ideas. I don't know its be a total 360 for me and Instagram. Like I am really excited to be posting on there. So if you aren't already, make sure to be following 25 Sweetpeas over there.

Easy Abstract Nail Art

So this mani will be Wednesday's video on Youtube actually. Its SO insanely easy, and you can probably tell that just from looking at it, but I filmed it any way and I just LOVED it. It was fun to wear, and looked so Current for whatever reason. Very fresh, and has a clean simplicity to it. :)

Easy Abstract Nail Art

For this Mani I used:


Heroine NYC Sugar Spun

Heroine NYC Peek A Blue

Defy & Inspired Made



Wavy Nail Art

So now that we are nearing the end what would YOU like to see art wise from me. Wallpapers, Mugs, Notebooks, Stickers, Art Prints? Share what you think in the comments below because I have too many ideas!

Wavy Nail Art

For this Mani I used:


Heroine NYC Sugar Spun

Heroine NYC Peek A Blue

Defy & Inspired Made

Acrylic Paint : Orange and Teal

Wavy Nail Art

Well everyone that is a wrap! Hope you have enjoyed this post, and the new nails, the random chatter and all! :) It was a fun one to put together and I know I enjoyed it so hopefully you did too! Hope you have a wonderful week!

~25 Sweetpeas AKA Sarah


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7 comments

  1. I'm feeling all the spring vibes. Love all the nail art

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  2. How fun! I could totally see this as a fabric pattern for a summery piece.

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  3. I adore that color palette, and the first design is divine. Love it!

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  4. Congratulations on your new portfolio. It's such a great way to show all your creativity. I really think it's great too that you showed three different designs using the same colors.

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  5. Your nail designs are always so cute and pretty and actually look like something I could try to do lol

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  6. Love all of these looks! The colors and designs feel very Palm Springs-ish to me.

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  7. I’ve been wanting to do more abstract nail art lately so these are great inspirations!

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