Got bored with the dull and spiceless life? Want relief from this harsh reality? If you are trying to flee to an imaginative wonderland and have a fanciful mind, we have something very pleasant for you. Yes! I am going to discuss Alice in Wonderland nail art in this article. These designs will help you escape from this world. You will enjoy a great sojourn in this wonderland of nail art.
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, shortly known as Alice in Wonderland is a novel authored by English writer Charles Lutwidge Dodgson under the disguise of a fake name Lewis Carroll. It tells the tale of a pretty girl who follows a talking rabbit curiously and falls down the rabbit hole. The rabbit hole leads her to a wonderland where all the adventures take place. Nail technicians are inspired by these adventures, therefore they are practicing Alice in Wonderland nail art.
Alice In Wonderland Nail Art for Adventurous Minds
The adventures of Alice is so exciting and unpredictable that you will love every bit of it when you’ll read all the 12 chapters of the novel. But you cant depict the whole story on your nails. The prime characters of the novel are used in Alice in Wonderland nail art.
The Playing Cards, The Rabbit, The Mad Hatter, The Queen of Hearts, Time, The Cheshire Cat, and Alice herself are mostly illustrated in Alice in Wonderland nail art. So, you can draw this lovely and, sometimes, scary images to have these nail art. Let’s go through our designs and ideas to have these adventurous nail art at your fingertips.
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#6. The Playing Cards
The Playing Cards are interesting characters in this novel. They were assigned to paint the white roses of the garden with red. Alice encounters them in the garden and has a chit-chat with them about the Queen of Hearts. You can have these sign of playing cards drawn on your nails as Alice in Wonderland nails.
#7. Alice and Others
The rabbit, the cat, and the Mad Hatter are drawn along with the image of beautiful Alice in this design. You can also illustrate time in this design. This is the perfect Alice and Others nail art.
#8. Beautiful Combo
This design is a beautiful combination of the images of the playing cards, tea kettle, and flamingo. All these things are somehow related to the Adventures of Alice in Wonderland.
#9. Silhouette in Red And White
This design is a bit different from others, A silhouette image of Alice and the rabbit is painted along with playing cards on natural looking solar nails. A clock is also painted on the top to depict the time.
#10. Drink Me
When Alice sees a very small door leading to the garden she gets upset as the door is too small for her to pass through. Then she sees a bottle of water which has a label on it saying Drink Me. Alice drinks it and starts to shrink to a tiny size. You can use this Drink Me quote on black nail base for Alice in Wonderland nails.
#11. Eat Me
Eat Me is a popular quote from the novel Alice in Wonderland. When Alice turns tiny she recalls that she forgot to grab the key which is in an upper place. This time she eats a cake Eat Me written on it. This cake turns her into a gigantic size. You can use the image of time, the cat and other characters along with this Eat Me quote.
#12. Mad Hatter’s Tea Party
Alice encounters with an apparent madman who wears a hat having the price tag attached to that hat. The tag says 10/6 referring to the British currency as 10 shillings and 6 pence. He threw a tea party where Alice was asked if she wanted more tea when, actually, she had no tea at all. You can use the theme of this tea party in Alice in Wonderland nail art.
The journey of Alice is known to almost every girl out there by means of movies or cartoons. So, don’t worry about the acceptance of Alice in Wonderland nail art in your society. If you are both curious and adventurous in nature, these nail art are the best fit for you. You can try out our designs and ideas to celebrate the freedom of fantasy.