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Outrageous Nail Art Inspired by Young Adult Fiction

I’ve written book reports, research papers, and blog posts about books that I love, which shows a tremendous lack of creativity on my part.

These nail artists have created manicures inspired by their favorite young adult fiction such as The Fault in Our Stars, Will Grayson Will Grayson, and The Hunger Games.  We’ve read a few of these in my book club, but we’ve never broken out the nail polish. So this is the new thing: Read a book. Paint your nails. Nail art is the new book report.

See more nail art based on young adult fiction at Book Riot.

  • Nail Art Based on Young Adult Fiction 1 of 11
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  • The Fault in Our Stars 2 of 11
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    Becky at The Nail Art Hobby wears The Fault in Our Stars featuring "Okay?" 

    "Okay."

    Awwww. Cancer kids in love.

     

  • Beautiful Redemption 3 of 11
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    Read the book by Kami Garcia and break out the black and green nail polish.

  • Divergent Nails 4 of 11
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    These Divergent nails are wicked lovely.

  • Fingerprints of You 5 of 11
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    Inspired by Kristen-Paige Madonia's Fingerprints of You.

  • The Hunger Games 6 of 11
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    May the odds be ever in your nails' favor.

  • Level 2 7 of 11
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    Level 2 cover art gets re-imagined as a manicure.

  • Love And Other Perishable Items 8 of 11
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    You can wear your heart on your nail instead of your sleeve.

  • Lovestruck Summer 9 of 11
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    The Lovestruck manicure makes for splashy summer nails!

  • Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children 10 of 11
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    These Peregrine-inspired nails aren't THAT peculiar.

  • Will Grayson Will Grayson 11 of 11
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    I'm pretty sure either Will Grayson would give these nails a thumbs up.

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