These afternoon tea-inspired nails from Pshiiit are equal parts dainty and delicious.
Hey Nice Nails
Thanks to Hey Nice Nails, we now know that gold studs and golden bananas look equally good against a blue base.
Felicitynails Boutique demonstrates the art of wearing fimo fruit slices.
Base Coat Top Coat
These brightly-colored candy nails from Base Coat Top Coat are just the right amount of fun.
How sweet is this ice cream manicure from Boom Nails? Props on the matching phone case.
We applaud Britney Tokyo for showing us how to make junk food look chic.
U don't need a man. u need a manicure.
These multicolored licorice nails bring a whole new meaning to the phrase, 'nail candy.'
Syl and Sam
If "an apple a day keeps the doctor away," then Syl and Sam have got you covered for an entire week, and then some.
Tete de Thon
Who knew salmon slices made for such a pretty nail pattern? Tete de Thon did, apparently.
Syl and Sam
Syl and Sam strikes again with this genius ice-cream-and-cone manicure.
Jun 05, 2013
Eat Your Heart Out
10 Best Nail Art Designs Based on Your Favorite Edible Treats
While we generally don’t encourage nail biting, this roundup features some of the most edible-looking nail art designs we’ve ever come across. From sweet to savory, there’s a little something for everyone.
This particular trend may sound like the last thing you’d ever sport in public, but it has the potential to be surprisingly wearable. Take, for instance, nail artist Emma Zentner’s subtle rendition of dripping pink-and-white ice cream, which she models quite convincingly on her blog, Boom Nails. Of course, there’s also the option to go full-out with fimo fruit slices, as demonstrated by blogger Felicitynails. And if you’re feeling particularly brave, take a cue from nail artist Britney Tokyo, and deck out your fingers with pizza slices and burger buns.
Click through our picks in the slideshow above, and let us know which of these manicures leaves you hungry for more.