11 June 24

Greek Tile Nail Art

Have you ever seen those beautiful, classic Greek tiles? The blue and white patterns that instantly transport you to sunny Greece? How about wearing these stunning patterns on your nails? The original nail art is quite intricate and requires a lot of precision work. In this blog, we’ll show you how to create a simplified version. Perfect for your next holiday!

What makes this nail art easy is that the placement of the flower-like pattern varies on each nail. You don’t need to worry about symmetry. The different placements make the look even more fun! Your lucky number is 3. Create 3 petals on each nail.

The technique used for this 'Greek tile' nail art is very similar to the well-known daisy nail art. The petals of the flower are almost the same, but now you make them a bit shorter. Additionally, your lucky number is 3. Create 3 petals on each nail. Moreover, omit the centre of the flower, so the patterns resemble those beautiful Greek tiles. For more detailed instructions on the technique, you can refer to our Daisy Nail Art blog. The basic principles are the same, so if you’ve mastered the daisy nail art, you’ll quickly master this style too!

Nail Art Inspiration

Pink Gellac
Pink Gellac
Pink Gellac
Pink Gellac
Pink Gellac

You can use any colour combination for this look. Choose two contrasting colours and create the look with the Fine Liner.

Be inspired by the beautiful Greek tiles and create this summery look. Don’t forget to share your looks with us on social media, tag @pinkgellac and use #PinkGellac!

Fine Liner
Fine Liner
€ 10,00
Rubber Base Cover PRO Soft Nude
PRO
Rubber Base Cover PRO Soft Nude
€ 16,00
Rubber Base Cover PRO Frosted Pink
PRO
Rubber Base Cover PRO Frosted Pink
€ 16,00
194 Ivory Blush
194 Ivory Blush
€ 13,00
373 Royal Blue
373 Royal Blue
€ 13,00
156 Tropical
156 Tropical
€ 13,00
397 Lively Green
397 Lively Green
€ 13,00
266 Baby Blue
266 Baby Blue
€ 13,00