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Easter Mani with Pretty & Polished Spring Sonata Collection

Happy Easter dolls! I hope you all have had a wonderful day. I wanted to share with you my Easter nails featuring several polishes from the Pretty & Polished Spring Sonata collection. Last month, P&P had several giveaways and I won one of them that was hosted on Instagram for a mini set of the spring collection. I’ve been wanting to try a skittlette manicure made famous by the gorgeous Marta of ChitChatNails for the longest. As defined by Marta, a skittlette is a manicure consisting of two, or three, different accent nails on each hand. After seeing my girl Marisa of Polish Obession try one yesterday, I finally gave in.

I started with a base of Lady Lavender, a gorgeous purple creme with various shades and sizes of purple glitter. The formula was easy to use and was opaque in two coats. Victorian Viburnum, a mint creme with white and blue shimmer, was used as an accent nail. The formula was a little thinner, but still opaque in two coats. Bashful Bouquet, a pastel glitter, was used as a gradient on top of Victorian Viburnum. After Lady Lavender was completely dry, I used striping tape and Victorian Viburnum for the other accent nail.

Spring Sonata

Spring Sonata2

Love the way this turned out! The entire collection is the perfect representation of spring. I’ve been wanting a pastel glitter and Bashful Bouquet met that need for sure! Many thanks to Chels of P&P for this awesome giveaway!

Mint & Lavender

4 Responses to “Easter Mani with Pretty & Polished Spring Sonata Collection”

  1. Amanda says:

    Omg, I adore this mani and I NEED the matching outfit!

  2. Wow, that outfit would go amazing together with your mani. I love the middle finger as well as the ring finger.

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