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Cute Fuzzy Easter Bunny Manicure

Hey guys !! I am so excited to show you my easter manicure, I think it is so adorable! & even has a cute Fuzzy Bunny ! There is so much I love about this manicure, like the fact that it is so colourful, fuzzy, & very holidayish... lmao. 

The Products I used are:
Nicole by OPI - "Baby" Blue 
Essie - First Timer (which i forgot to add in the group pic) 
China Glaze - Holly-day
Wet 'n' Wild - White
OPI - If you moust, you moust
OPI - Funkey Dunkey
OPI - Can't Find My Czechbook
OPI - Did it on em'
Natali - White Flocking Powder
Dotting tool
Short Striping Brush

So lets get started...

First I applied 1 thick coat of NOPI - "Baby" Blue then let it completely dry.


Then I used Essie First Timer & a short striping brush & painted some short grass like stripes.
Then using China Glaze Holly-Day I did the same thing.
After that I missed a bit of both together so & again did the same thing.
I really like the effect it gave doing the dark & light colours
& then them both mixed it gives the grass more dimension.


After letting the grass dry I took the white Wet 'n' Wild & the dotting tool & made some eggs & bunnies. I used the dotting tool to make the eggs & the bottom of the bunny. I used the brush to make the ears. Once I got it the way I liked it I got the white flocking powder & applied it on the bunny.


After it all dried I applied colourful polka dots to the egg using OPI If you moust... you moust, Funkey Dunkey, Can't Find My Czechbook, Did it on em'. Then when they dried I applied my fast dry top coat. & Cuticle Oil.


& then there you have it a beautiful Fuzzy Bunny playful manicure with beautiful colourful spotted eggs! <3 (= Enjoy & I hope you have an awesome weekend & Easter !

3 comments:

  1. love the fuzzy bunny! That's a great use of flocking powder x

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  2. you cant put a top coat on the bunny right how does it stay stuck?

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  3. you cant put a top coat on the bunny rite? how does it stay stuck?

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