England Flag | Nail Art

Want to know how to create this England flag nail look? Follow our 5 step guide below!

The products we used to create this look:

1. Vitamin Base Coat – Natural Collection
2. 60 Seconds Super Shine – Rimmel London – Double Decker Red
3. 7 Day Wear Nail Polish – Collection – White Out
4. Straight Line Stencils
5. Pointed Drawing Brush (Small)

 

Now lets show you how we created this England flag nail art!

STEP 1

First of all it is important to make sure your nails are clean and ready to be painted before we start, so we need to do a little bit of preparation. If you have nail varnish on already, you will need to take it off with some nail varnish remover. After this is done, I usually wash my hands just to ensure my nails are completely clean.

Then it’s time to tidy your nails up a little and to shape them to how you want, using with your file. Also, if you want make your nails appear longer – you can push back your cuticles. If you place your hand in some warm water for a few minutes, it will help soften your skin making it easier for you to do this.

Once you are ready, you should apply a base coat to your nail as this will protect your nails from being stained but also will make applying your nail varnish much smoother. We used the Vitamin Base Coat (1) to do this.

 

STEP 2

Once your base coat is dry (this shouldn’t take too long), we can start moving on to the more exciting parts – deciding what colour you want your nails to be! For this England flag nail look, we decided to paint our nails with the nail varnish in the colour Double Decker Red (2) to begin with. We applied 2 coats of the nail varnish as this makes sure the nails are covered well.

We recommend you apply a thin coat rather than one thick one as the thicker the coat, the longer it will take to dry.

 

STEP 3

Once the gorgeous red nail varnish is dry, it’s time to start moving on to create the England flag! The first thing we need to do is plan where we want the red stripes to be on the ring finger nail. To do this, we used the straight line stencils (4) and placed them gently over the nail.

It is important you make sure your nail varnish is dry before you place it over your nail as this could take your nail varnish off!

If you don’t have any stencils, it’s okay, you can use tape instead! You can see how we used the tape technique on our tutorial for the Stripe and Flower Nail Look.

 

STEP 4

Once you are happy with the placement of the stencils, it’s time to paint on the white sections for the England flag! To do this, we used the nail varnish in the colour White Out (3).

When you are painting on the nail varnish on, don’t worry if you get some on the stencil – it protects that part of your nail.

 

STEP 5

Now it’s time to add the final touches to this England flag nail art! Firstly, you want to gently take the stencils off. Once you have done that, you can tidy up any of the lines using a small pointed drawing brush (5) with either the red (2) or white (3) nail varnish. When you are happy – apply a top coat to finish the look off!

 

And that’s how we created this England flag nail look! A perfect look for your nails when cheering the England team on!

 

 

Now it’s your turn! Have you created this look? We’d love to see it – tag us on Twitter and Instagram!

 

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10 Comments

  • Cora @ Tea Party Princess 9th July 2018 at 9:45 am

    Fab nails 🙂
    Not a footie fan myself but this looks super easy.
    Cora | http://www.teapartyprincess.co.uk/

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    • Creative Nails 11th July 2018 at 4:47 pm

      Thank you! Yeah, it is pretty easy to do this look – we wanted it to be so everyone can cheer on England in the World Cup! 😛

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  • Julia 13th July 2018 at 2:39 pm

    I never follow sport but I knew straight away what would’ve inspired this post. You did it so well as well, it’s so perfectly neat and it looks so good!

    Julia // The Sunday Mode

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    • Creative Nails 13th July 2018 at 4:27 pm

      Haha, I don’t really follow it either but how England have been in the World Cup this year – it wanted me to get involved! I did so many flag designs for the World Cup, but I haven’t had time to edited the photos 🙁 Thank you! 🙂

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  • Elizabeth Seal 18th July 2018 at 11:02 pm

    Ahhh these are so cute, I absolutely love your work and designs 😀 there are so many to try and I love seeing them come together, stage by stage! xx

    elizabeth ♡ ”Ice Cream” whispers Clara
    (I would love to follow each other on bloglovin if you like :D)

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    • Creative Nails 26th July 2018 at 4:38 pm

      Aww, thank you so much! I’m so glad you hear that you love my work and designs. If you do paint any of these, we’d love to see pictures! It’s so fun seeing it come together too, and seeing the end result with some pretty nails 😀

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  • Nancy 29th July 2018 at 11:58 pm

    I like that you keep things simple when it comes to coloring your nails – keeping the England flag on one nail rather than all 5 on each hand XD. I like how little resources you need to achieve the look! :).

    Nancy ♥ exquisitely.me

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    • Creative Nails 30th July 2018 at 12:50 pm

      Haha, yeah – I didn’t want to go overboard 😛 I like to make these nail tutorials and looks not too complicated, sometimes some looks can be a bit too much in my opinion! So I try to make pretty ones that don’t require too much, especially as it makes it easier for people that want to start doing nail art too 🙂 thank you!

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  • Lisa McLachlan 31st July 2018 at 8:41 pm

    Oh, I love this look! I actually did the flag on all ten toes a couple of World Cups back but I never thought to do the more elegant version on my fingers. Next time, haha! Thank you for sharing xx

    Lisa | http://www.lisasnotebook.com

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    • Creative Nails 31st July 2018 at 10:36 pm

      Thank you 🙂 Oh really?! I’m sure that looked so good! It was good fun showing the support for the England team during the World Cup 😀

      Reply

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