Nail art has become one of the most popular and Instagrammable ways to express yourself, but it takes a true nail-art enthusiastic to carry creative designs down to your pedicure. Sure, toe nail art won't be seen as much as fingernail art, especially in colder months, but there's something to be said for loving how your toes look when you take off your shoes at the end of the day.
What a fun way to wear all your favorite colors at once! Use a shimmery gold polish like Butter London's The Full Monty ($15, ) to neatly separate each shade.
We love the idea of focusing on two different nails for accent art — especially chic and simple lines like these, which you can create flawlessly with .
The same glittery polish used on the bottom of the smaller toes' ombre effect is used to fill in the leaves on this delicate design.
These hilariously cute big-toe sharks really pop against a neutral base like China Glaze Nail Lacquer in Dope Taupe ($8, ).
We suggest sketching out this pretty pattern on paper in advance and using it as a reference while you paint on the design with a skinny .
As glam as it gets! In addition to pale neon tips on these longer toenails, the big toes are dressed up with a triangle of .
Not entirely confident doing a freehand design? Try to get the perfect pattern.
This playful pineapple design is super-simple but makes a big impact, especially with the other toes in a solid color to match.
The most amazing element of this pro-level pedicure — in addition to the glittery ombre and amazing stars — is the picture perfect cartoon-style unicorn design with slightly raised details for more dimension.
Why have one accent nail when they can all be accent nails? We love how there are five different finishes in this fun pedicure.
The white and blue ombre of this pedicure is pretty enough in and of itself, but it's the swirling design on the big toes incorporating the same colors that make this design really stand out.
The French pedicure is made even more feminine with a along the cuticle of the second toe.
Don't even think of starting your pedicure without watching this.