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Easter Chicks Nail Art

Hello beautiful! Happy Easter! It's a bright, colorful time of the year for me with my nieces and their cute Easter bonnets and baskets filled with colorful chocolate eggs. So to add to the cuteness I thought I would paint for them some hatching baby chicks and bright dotted eggs. Here goes!


Get the Look:
1. Paint your nails two coats of Santee Beach Yellow.
2. Using a white stripper brush polish like Nail Fusion White, outline the cracks of your eggshell
3. Fill in with a white polish like China Glaze White on White.
4. Add black dots for eyes and a three strands for baby feathers at the top of the nail bed.
5. Add a hot pink beak using L.A Colors Art Deco in Rose. 
6. Complete your egg with pink and green dots sealed off with your favorite top coat!

Here's the picture tutorial for you visual folks!!!


Hope you have a wonderful Easter Holiday! Cheers!!!

    
XoXo



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