From marbling to galaxy nails, you can do anything with Sharpie nail art! They even have metallic, 80s glam, electropop, neon, and pastel markers. Imagine what you can do with your manicure with those colors!

While other nail designs use acrylic paint and a very fine brush, it’s still very hard to draw on a very tiny canvas. But with a Sharpie, you can have a more stable grip for sketching your designs.

Check out these Sharpie nail art designs that you can try for yourself!

 

1. Marble

Marbled | Sharpie Nail Art Designs You'll Surely Love
image via Chalkboard Nails

I’ve shared a tutorial on water marbling but it’s not just restricted to using nail polish or acrylic paint! Markers can definitely do the job, too!

 

2. Colorful Tulips

Colorful Tulips | Sharpie Nail Art Designs You'll Surely Love
image via nailsbybell

Like the rainbow roses, these tulips look absolutely stunning with a colorful Sharpie base color. Drawing the flowers on is also a lot easier when you’re using a marker instead of a brush on such a small surface.

 

3. Love Sharpie Design

Love Nail Design - Sharpie Nail Art Designs You'll Surely Love
image via Lovely Lacquered Life

One of the best ways to use a Sharpie on your manicure is to scribble words on your nails! You don’t have to wait for Valentines to come for this cute design.

 

4. Black Nails With Gold Accent

Black And Gold Design - Sharpie Nail Art Designs You'll Surely Love
image via Yes Missy

Get a bit classy with some gold markers! Who would have thought this design used Sharpie markers? The nail art is so intricate and I’m really impressed with how it looks classy even without much effort. Check out the tutorial here.

 

5. Watercolor Design

Watercolor Design | Sharpie Nail Art Designs You'll Surely Love
image via Simplynailogical

Another interesting way to use Sharpies is by using alcohol to dilute the ink. This will create that watercolor effect on your manicure. Make the colors more washed out by adding more rubbing alcohol. Check out how this design was done, so you can recreate it.

 

6. Side French Tip

Side French Tip | Sharpie Nail Art Designs You'll Surely Love
image via Khrystynas Nail Art

French tips are made easier with markers! You wouldn’t have to worry about messy or uneven lines. You only have to make sure your hands are steady.

 

7. Chevron Style

Chevron Nails | Sharpie Nail Art Designs You'll Surely Love
image via Brewed Together

It’s the same thing for chevron nails! Those edges and lines will be easier to manage with Sharpie markers.

 

8. Tie Dye Sharpie Nails

Tie Dye Sharpie Nails | Sharpie Nail Art Designs You'll Surely Love
image via SloppySwatches

Having a bunch of Sharpie colors is perfect for a tie dye project! It may be a bit of work to do, but the end result of your tie dye sharpie nails would be so worth it!

 

9. Galaxy Nails

Galaxy Nails | Sharpie Nail Art Designs You'll Surely Love
image via the_nailguru

Galaxy nails are not only pretty, they can also be a test of your DIY manicure skills! And that’s using regular nail polish. This design recreated space and all its wonderful colors using Sharpies! Do you want to try it out?

 

10. Rainbow Roses

Rainbow Roses | Sharpie Nail Art Designs You'll Surely Love
image via nailsbyamatista

If you have a whole packet of markers handy, then why not use them on all your nails? Add a rose design and you have a beautiful garden on your nails!

 

11. Coachella Sharpie Nails

Coachella Sharpie Nails | Sharpie Nail Art Designs You'll Surely Love
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Music isn’t the only important aspect at music festivals. Fashion has played a huge role in the past couple of years. Look your best with these Coachella-ready nails using Sharpies!

 

12. Round And Round Sharpie Nail Art

Round And Round Sharpie Nail Art | Sharpie Nail Art Designs You'll Surely Love
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Once you’ve mastered the Sharpie marbling or watercolor technique, you can now experiment with designs. Try adding in some simple designs like this circular design using some tape and you’ll be good to go!

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