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Tuesday, 2 April 2013

Spring Bunnies for Easter

So it's a little late but today I'll be showing my Easter weekend manicure. I had just received some new polishes and found a way to combine 3 of them to create this mani.

I started out with Julie G Sharks Cove, a beautiful mint colour with a strong silver shimmer and Flamingo Kisses by Dandy Nails, a soft pink full of multicoloured glass flecks. I used 2 coats of each. I had no issues with application at all and they both have perfect formulas.

Julie G Sharks Cove, Dandy Nails Flamingo Kisses, Lynnderella Ghost of A Chance and a bunny accent nail

I then added Lynnderella Ghost of A Chance to all nails except one. For my accent nail I painted a bunny face using acrylic paints and a dotting tool. I used Flamingo Kisses for the nose and the inside of the ears. 

Julie G Sharks Cove, Dandy Nails Flamingo Kisses & Lynnderella Ghost of A Chance, in sunlight
 
Julie G Sharks Cove, Dandy Nails Flamingo Kisses & Lynnderella Ghost of A Chance


I was happy with how this mani turned out and loved wearing it over the sunny Easter weekend. What do you think of it? 


Julie G polishes are available at various retailers and http://www.jessesgirlcosmetics.com/

Flamingo Kisses is a limited edition colour available in the Dandy Nails Etsy shop at www.etsy.com/shop/dandynails
Flamingo Kisses was created in honour of Victoria Soto, a teacher lost in the Sandy Hook Elementary tragedy. 
100% of the profits from the sale of this polish will go to the Victoria L. Soto Memorial Fund for Education. 



2 comments:

  1. Awwww this bunny is the cutest bunny I've ever seen on a manicure, honestly! ^^

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