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Easter Bunny Spring Nails

5 Apr

Easter Sunday is in a few days! So I decided to get some inspirations for nails on YouTube! And… I have found some really cute and simple ones. If you don’t celebrate Easter, you still can recreate this nail art, as it’s really cute, bubbly and just so pretty for the Spring season! You can practically wear this nail design all year round! I mean, who doesn’t like a cute bunny or two in their lives right? In my case, I have 10 bunnies to keep me accompany! 😀

So let’s jump into everything shall we?

Basically we start of with a base colour. You can use any cute pastel colours (it’s Spring time!), or you can go for the shimmer. I chose the shimmer as I don’t own many pastel nail polishes, and I really wanted a more bright and shinny overall. So the shimmer is my calling!

I have also decide to go with more than 1 base colour- I wanted a more fun style this Easter and Spring. So I many chosen a metallic/shimmer blue, green and orange:

Left to Right: Eleanor's Blue, Eleanor's Green, OPI's Totally Tangerine

Here is the look after applying the 3 base colours:

These colours make me super happy! 😀

Next up is painting out the bunny face and I used just a simple Eleanor’s white polish. And the outcome?

The outlook for this actually seems really nice! This gives me an idea of doing french tips using bright coloured bases!

Now for the bunny ears!

The bunny ears need not be perfect, some pairs of ears may be closer than others, and that’s fine. You want to have all your bunnies with different personalities right? 😀

Let’s add in the details on the bunny ears first! This gives it depth, and highlights the ears more. I use The Face Shop’s Nude nail polish.

Now let’s add details on the bunny’s face- adding in the eyes! Since I do not have black polish, I chose my super dark purple that I have- Arezia’s purple. It has a little shimmer in it- not that I want it to have any glitter, but this is my only darkest nail polish. So, if you don’t have black like I do, you can improvise by choosing the darkest polish in your personal polish collection.

And we have cute bunny eyes!

Next we need noses for the bunnies to breathe, so I’m using the same tangerine nail polish by OPI, you have seen earlier to create the little dot as the noses. Doesn’t this picture look absolutely adorable! The lighting in my room really does justice and enhance the beauty of this photo!

I totally love this picture!

Last detail on the face of the bunny is to enhance the cute fluffy cheeks of the bunnies! You were thinking the last detail should be the mouth of the bunnies weren’t you? Haha! If you girls prefer adding the mouth instead of the cheeks, and it’s really fine as well! 😀 For the cheeks, I used The Face Shop’s Nude nail polish.

After applying a top coat to give each nail extra shine and allow the design that you have worked hard on last much longer, we are DONE! 🙂

For all the details I have done, for instance the bunny’s extra depth ears, the eyes. the nose and the cheeks, it was all done with the dotting tool I just purchased recently! Absolutely love them. They are so easy and convenient to use. Good at creating dots of small and large sizes! Not that toothpicks and bobby pins aren’t good, but the dotting tools does give you the different options of dot sizes. If you do not have or want to invest in a set of dotting equipment, then using toothpicks or bobby pins will get to a similar effect.

Here’s my tools:

Summary of how to get to bunny fingers! 😛

Easy steps to get bunny nails!

Here are some finished photos!

Which side of the hand has better bunnies? I kinda prefer my right! But the left side has cute big eyes on them (unintentionally done)! Can't decide!

My favourite bunny on my left thumb

I got my inspiration from:

Disclaimer: All the items mentioned above are entirely purchased by me.

Items can be purchased at Sasa for the Eleanor’s blue and green Nail Polish, at Sephora for the OPI’s Totally Tangerine Nail Polish, and at The Face Shop for the nude Nail colour. The dotting tool was purchased online.

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Cupcake nails to Topical Fruity

23 Jan

My second attempt to Cupcake Nails! And yes, it was ANOTHER failed attempt- from Cupcakes to Fruits! 😦

If you haven’t seen my previous blog post on my first attempt to get Cupcake Nails, here it is: https://alldayeverydayness.wordpress.com/2012/01/08/from-cupcakes-to-penguinies/

But it turned out nice in the end. So yeah, it’s just love!

Basically I started out with my base coat: Green Metallic polish. Then I did my white snowy frosting for my supposedly ‘Cupcakes’. Here is a picture of my nails in the process:

Base coat and white frosting!

So after applying the most tedious part- the frosting, next is my most favorite part: adding the cherries and sprinkles! Not only it’s super easy, it’s really fun to add the dots on the nails!

I used luminous orange polish for my cherries, as I do not have red polish. Orange polish does the job too! 🙂

Orange cherries on my 'Cupcakes'

 After the cherries, it’s sprinkles time! I used blue metallic nail polish as sprinkles. I wanted to used a few colours, but was a little lazy. 😛 So if you like colours (I’m sure everyone does),you may want to improvise by add more colours to your Cupcakes. However, using just a single colour for the sprinkles is still AMAZING!

Blue sprinkles!

After the sprinkles, don’t forget the top coat to make your freshly ‘baked’ ‘Cupcakes’ or Fruits (in my case), look super glossy! Here are some pictures of my final product! With love:

Cupcakes turned Fruits

After having done my left finger nails, my first though was, ” Cupcakes? Hmmmm, I don’t think so, more like poisonous fruits from a faraway land!” 😦

I took a snap and picture texted my BFF, and here is what she replied.

Screenshot conversation between me and BFF

BFF thinks it’s like a kiwi! It’s probably because of the blue sprinkles! Haha! What do you pretty girls think of it? Do you think it’s some kind of fruit too? Leave me a comment, and start working on your Cupcake Nails too! It’s really fun.

Post me pictures after you attempt, I would really love to see them! ❤

If you are wondering what I used to make the sprinkles and the cherries. Well, I used toothpicks, if you have a dotting tool, then that’s great! But if not, toothpicks work just as well.

Just a little tip from me to you: When using toothpicks, be sure to snip off a small bit of the sharp edge- this will give you nice circular dots.

Here are the polishes I used for this fruity nail creation!

Left: Metallic Green (base coat) Right: Snowy White (frosting)

Left: Luminous Orange (Cherries) Right: Metallic Blue (Sprinkles)

Top coat to get the perfect shine!

So that’s it for now! Hope you had fun with you nail creation!

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