Fall Leaves Nails using Whats Up Nails Stencils

Hi everyone!

Today’s nails are using new stencils that I received from Whats Up Nails!

If you don’t already know, fall is my favorite season and a lot of my favorite nail polishes are perfect for fall. When I received these leaf nail stencils from Whats Up Nails, I knew I wanted to do a simple, elegant, autumnal look with them!

Keep on reading for details about this manicure and the products I used:

Fall-Leaves-Nails-pic1I started off with a base of my all-time favorite sheer nail polish, Londontown “Princess Awaits”. I almost never reach for sheers, but for years, I keep coming back to this polish! It just feels so simple and beautiful each time I wear it. Plus, it was the perfect base for the mani I was going for here!

After that was completely dry, I placed the Whats Up Nails stencil on my nail. Then I took 3 China Glaze shades and dotted them into each leaf. I tried to mix up the colors and distribute them evenly so it looked like mismatched leaves on every nail. Here are the polishes used:

Then, I peeled off the vinyls with tweezers while the polish was still wet.


A quick layer of top coat and this elegant autumnal look was complete! I’m really happy with how they turned out and I think these vinyls are such an easy and fun way to get a fall look. No freehand required!

Whats Up Nails also has a bunch of other seasonal vinyls and stencils that you can check out on their website here!

If you want to see my video tutorial of this nail design, you can check it out on my YouTube channel below:


Thanks for reading! Hope you all like this nail design. As always, please leave any requests down below 🙂 I always love to hear your feedback.



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DISCLAIMER: Whats Up Nails sent me these nail stencils to try out and share with all of you. I am not being paid to promote these products. All opinions are my own. Some links are affiliate links.

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