Blooming Petals on Your Nails: Flower Nails and Their Meaning

MAR 18TH. 2021

Blooming Petals on Your Nails: Flower Nails and Their Meaning

MAR 18TH. 2021

From Passion to Trust, symbols according to flowers 

From Passion to Trust, symbols according to flowers 

Words by Carla Kim

It’s March, and spring is around the corner. Blooming flowers, warm breeze, and smell of grass after mild spring raindrops is what many of us have been waiting for, and one more thing for VANITY TABLE beauty lovers - It’s time to get ready with seasonal shades on our vanity tables. Flowers are by far the most beloved motifs of the season, but wait, did you know that some of them actually speak in symbolism? Using flowers symbolically dates back centuries, and for today with our assorted collection of #flower nails, we’ll take a look at some of them to guide you through which one should be your pick 

Anemone comes in many colors, and each shade of anemone stands for different meanings. Although the flower has intoxicating beauty with its dark center surrounded by delicate petals, a red or pink anemone flower means forsaken love. A purple anemone means protection from evil, and rarely seen, but white anemone symbolizes sincerity. Sounds somewhat unfit to give the flower to your loved ones? The flower nowadays no longer carries it’s old meaning, but is usually understood as a romantic, feminine symbol. Anemone is a harbinger of spring as it blooms moments before the first spring breeze, and is a popular choice among flower lovers. 

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Cherry blossom is widely known for its powerful blooming season. One moment the pop-corn like flower petals creates a magical scene to be remembered, but the moment is gone in what feels like a blink of an eye. Associated with its short-lived yet glorious blooming, cherry blossoms are often related to the themes of mortality, living in the present, and mindfulness, which is key to live your life to the fullest. If you’re in the neighborhood, why don’t we take a moment to rejoice beautiful cherry blossoms and think of what you’d like to do to fill this year with your own happiness? If there’s no cherry blossoms around, worry not, ohora N Blooming will recreate the beautiful scenery on tips of your nails 

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Known for its vibrant colors, a yellow freesia is particularly well-known among its many colors. Different colors of freesia flower symbolize different meanings, and the yellow freesia refers to friendship, trust, and optimism. Sending freesia to your friends or family is a way to send bright energy with its sun-kissed, bright color! During the Victorian era, giving someone a bouquet of freesia meant a wholehearted trust. Pink freesia flowers symbolize love and are used to make bridal bouquets or wedding anniversary gifts as well.  

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Most well known for its use as herbal tea, the chamomile flower naturally symbolizes relaxation. Historically, the flower was a symbol of “energy in adversity” in the 19th century. Ancient Egyptians associated the flower with the sun god Ra, as the flower was believed to possess restorative powers. Truly, looking at those small, yellow centers of chamomile flowers reminds us of cheerful spirits. If you’d like to carry around a piece of cheerfulness, ohora’s N Deliah will bring the petals to your nails! 

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Roses, the “I Love You” flowers. Classic red roses symbolize passion, romance, and true love. Often used as a bridal bouquet as well, red roses simply represent romantic love itself! For a little twist, white roses are also a great pick, for they symbolize young and everlasting love. The meaning of yellow roses, however, changed over the years - it was first a symbol of jealousy, but now it means friendship and joy. Pink roses, depending on the shades, can mean gratitude, joy, or happiness. Looking for something special? Try the blue roses, it means you’re extraordinary! 

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According to Christian legend, carnations grew from Virgin Mary’s tears, so it is often referred to as deep, motherly love. Carnation flowers of different colors symbolize different themes, and a red carnation symbolizes love and admiration. White carnations like N Abel or N Jour symbolize pure love or good luck! For your wonderful, lucky day, how about getting a little hint of luck from carnation petals in ohora? Indeed a popular choice for dear sweethearts, but beware of a trap - A mixed two-toned carnation or yellow petals symbolizes refusal! 

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 Tulips are also a popular choice of “I love you” flowers. Unlike roses, however, tulips symbolize deep and unconditional love, so it’s a perfect choice of gift to give any of your loved ones. Also, like many spring flowers, tulip carries a meaning of rebirth, so it’s a thoughtful gift to bring a tulip bouquet to someone who’s expecting a turning of a life event or starting a new chapter in their lives.  

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