Sunday, April 16, 2017

Easter Plaid Nail Art

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Hello all and Happy Easter if you celebrate. Today is my last day of festive manicures. I wasn't feeling bunnies or chicks this season. I was all about the yellow! So I ended my week with a plaid pastel look that reminds me of chicks! This is what I am currently wearing and enjoying so I hope you do too!

Easter Plaid Nail Art



1. I started with a base of Morgan Taylor Days in the Sun, which is a yellow shimmer from the Beauty and the Beast collection. The shimmer makes it less stark but it's a nice creamy yellow (3 coats).

2. With Morgan Taylor Be Our Guest (pink from Beauty and the Beast), I added two lines. A vertical line closer to the outer edge of my nails and a horizontal line towards my cuticle.

3. With Paint Box Polish In Grace and Beauty,  I outlined the pink lines and added some extra lines.


Easter Plaid Nail Art

Easter Plaid Nail Art

Easter Plaid Nail Art

Some sun pics because this manicure is so cherry!
 
Easter Plaid Nail Art

Easter Plaid Nail Art

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12 comments:

  1. So cute! It definitely gives me Easter basket vibes!

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  2. Awesome freehand and perfect for Easter x

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    1. Thank you! This freehand is fairly simple.

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  3. I love your plaid! I wish I had your freehand skills.

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    1. Thanks! A steady elbow is all you need.

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  4. Look here, I'm gonna need you to calm it down with all this badass freehand because I can't do a damn thing like that. Kay? Kay. In all seriousness, this is so friggen cute, I can't stand it.

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    1. Hahah! I'm sorry :-P I have fun with freehand. I sucketh at stamping. Thank you though! I do try!

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  5. Love the art and the colors you put together! Springy without being floral or bunnies.

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    1. I knew I wanted yellow and the pink and periwinkle just worked so well together!

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