Claire Beaudreault
March 01, 2017 11:10 am

Spring is around the corner, and the latest Korean nail art trend will bring tiny bouquets to your fingertips!

The Korean beauty blog The Klog reported on the ultra pretty nail look that’s blossoming all over Asia. The Korean nail artist who brought you the strangely cool wire nails is getting us excited for springtime with these gorgeous new dried flower nails.

Eun Kyung Park aka @nail_unistella has been doing the look for a couple of years but lately, it’s been growing in popularity. The manicurist first applies a base coat of gel, then gently places the flowers. The dried flowers are “rehydrated” with a cleansing wipe to make them easier to manipulate. She tops it all off with clear gel for maximum staying (flower) power.

Master nail artist @nail_unistella has done it again! (As seen on The Klog.)

A photo of the technique in progress.

These are ridiculously gorgeous.

Fit for a fairy queen of the forest.

An accent for your French manicure. (A French accent, if you will.)

On a light-colored opaque base they look like little pieces of china.

Gold leaf makes them really special.

Skip the bouquet and wear these for the wedding.

Pass on pastels and do a darker look.

The detail is really incredible.

If you want to try to DIY, you can buy tiny dried flowers from craft stores or online!

Mini dried flowers, $4.99 on Etsy

MakeDesertGreen / Etsy

We love this look for spring, and will definitely be taking some of these pics to our nail artists as inspiration!

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