Monday, May 7, 2018

Cherry Blossoms Nail Art with Morgan Taylor Royal Temptations

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With cherry blossom season in full bloom (see what I did there), I finally got around to cherry blossom art! I wore this manicure from April 23-April 30! And yes, I have a wear test for you. But between Polish Pickup and other reviews, I'm posting this a week later. My parent's cherry blossom tree finally bloomed this weekend, and I think it's because it was super cold for most of April. I had hoped to take a picture with them, but oh well!


Cherry Blossoms Nail Art with Morgan Taylor Royal Temptations


I had posted the Morgan Taylor Royal Temptations collection back in March and planned to come back to do nail art.  I did one gradient which I loved, but I wanted to come back to this collection before I started posting summer (and I have 3 summer collections already!). Check out the full collection swatches HERE.

I used 4/7 colors from the Royal Temptations collection.

I started with a base of Curls and Pearls, which is a nice off white/light pink colors. Then I did a gradient with Ruffle Those Feathers, a pale turquoise creme. I used Caviar On Ice from their Winter Thrill of the Chill collection to create branches. I simply used a striping brush for random stripes.

Cherry Blossoms Nail Art with Morgan Taylor Royal Temptations

I finally used All My Hearts Desires as the base of my cherry blossoms and Beauty Marks the Spot for the center of them. I was thinking I probably should have reversed those colors, but everyone figured out what these were.  I topped it with one coat of top coat.


Cherry Blossoms Nail Art with Morgan Taylor Royal Temptations

Cherry Blossoms Nail Art with Morgan Taylor Royal Temptations

Here we are a week later, right before I removed the manicure.  Besides some growth, I had just a bit of tip wear. Even on my right hand, there were no chips. Just some minor tip wear. Morgan Taylor cremes really wear like iron on me!

Cherry Blossoms Nail Art with Morgan Taylor Royal Temptations



Since I stopped by my parent's house this weekend, I wanted to share some pictures of their gorgeous cherry blossom tree. I look forward to seeing it every year!


 




So what do you think of this art!? I posted  preview to the Morgan Taylor Make a Splash summer collection HERE but I'm happy I squeezed in one more spring art. I hope you're ready for a neon explosion on this blog soon!

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20 comments:

  1. Cherry blossoms are my favorite, and I absolutely adore your complex and difficult mani. Gorgeous work!

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    1. Thank you! It was just lines and dots. Doable for any beginner!

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  2. I love your cherry blossoms! Your parent's tree is beautiful too!

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    1. And the blossoms are already gone! But I had fun wearing the mani!

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  3. I love your take on Cherry Blossoms!!! So pretty and the background is perfect!!!

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    1. I thought the gradient would add a little oomph to the art!

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  4. What a beautiful tree but your manicure is even more impressive. I'd love to be able to do a gradient even.

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    1. Makeup sponges make gradients super easy!

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  5. I love cherry blossoms butt unfortunately I'm allergic to them--not on nail art though!

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    1. Oh no about your allergies! So nail art of them is perfect!

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  6. This is absolutely beautiful! I just love cherry blossoms so it is lovely to see them used to inspire nail art!

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    1. Thank you! I love them too! I always look forward to seeing them

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  7. Beautiful! I love cherry blossoms and this is my favorite time of year because of them.

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  8. The trees are so fun and colorful! Love the matching nails!

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    1. I was excited that I got to see them!

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  9. These are so pretty, I love the colors you used. We have so many cherry blossoms around here I really wish they last longer.

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    1. Me too. I hate they last barely a week. My nails lasted longer!

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  10. Oh, this is lovely. The gradient was the right choice!

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