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Colourful Easter Nails


If you want to maintain the best aunt of the year award, never promise to do easter nails to cute-face 3 and 8 year old girls and have no intention to follow through with it. They will be disappointed. And just in case you run out of time or ideas for your easter nail art just go simple with a different pastel shade per nail and add loads of dots. Simple and effective! 
 
The polishes used for this manicure are Peach (China Glaze Peachy Keen), Lilac (China Glaze Sweet Hook), Mint green (China Glaze For Audrey), Pink (OPI Pink Friday) and  Periwinkle (China Glaze Secret Peri-Wink-Le). You will also need a top coat and a dotting tool.

I applied two coats of each colour since some of the shades were a tiny bit streaky. Allow to dry properly and then start your dotting using your dotting tool. You want to add your dots in rows and for the line of dots underneath you want the dots to be in the space instead of directly lined up with the ones on top.  
 
Feel free to add what ever colours for the dots you like but make sure the colours are able to contrast a bit against the base coat. Now make sure your dots dry completely before you add your top coat. Since I had the time, I waited for about 15 minutes and then proceeded with my Seche Vite top coat. That’s it!
Happy Easter!
XOXO
Naomi




Comments

  1. Oh wow...this is so much fun! Love this look Naomi! My daughter saw this and thought it was so cool! We are going to try this today! Happy Easter! XO

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    1. Oh that's so lovely! Can't wait to see how it turned out. Happy Easter Chelsea!

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  2. So cute! I love pastels. I started my nail polish collection back in winter, so all my colors are dark. I need to pick up some bright colors for spring/summer.

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    1. It's the reverse for me, most of my colour are bright! Well I guess since it's always sunny here in the Caribbean!

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  3. very cute!
    and lolz @ best aunt of the year.

    happy easter, Naomi! :)

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    1. I'm trying my best to retain that award this year! Happy Easter Lena!

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  4. this is really cute .u got so many opi n china glze !! wow..i specially liked the blue based one <3 very cute :)

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    1. OPI and China glaze are my favourite polishes but also the ones easily available here in T'dad! For Audrey is one of the more popular shades from China Glaze! I got the last one!

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  5. i love china glaze. Kinda of wish I seen this post on easter lol oh well I still have my pastel.

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    1. haha! I've been loving pastel shades lately too

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  6. aww this is so cute. Glad you did it. btw where did you find china glaze's peachykeen. I can never seem to get that one

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    1. I think I got the last one! For the trincity mall there is a wonderful world upstairs and the accessories store downstairs and both have polishes.

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