The Easter Ones
The Layla Project
Jindie Nails with Orly Miss Conduct
My bunnies that I loved and were soo easy with dotting tools. They took sooo many colors.
My Easter Proper Nails. Mostly Laylas and all free hand.
My after Easter Nails. But everyone called them Easter eggs. I guess they were still in an Easter mood or maybe I was :) It's been an Easter tradition the last three years to do a pastel rainbow. Maybelline Banana Puddin (sent to me by a dear fellow Texan) fit in so well with this one.
Reciprocal Gradient Nails
How about that title? I love these over at My Simple Pleasures and tried to follow her tutorial. I goofed and left off a piece of tape. The entire time thinking, I really think three lines would look better. I didn't realize the tutorial shows three until I went back to grab the link. Oops. Oh well. I also think my tape is much narrower, at least, it would have looked better with wider tape. On to the picture.
My sponge was too dry on my last round of sponging. I used Elmer's glue around my cuticles for faster cleanup.
It just peeled right off and I had very little cleanup. I liked this so much better than taping around the cuticles. It was good for this application, I thought.
I used China Glaze Designer Satin,
For St. Patrick's Day of course!
Cult Nails accents on Essie. I loved this one.
KB Shimmer Get Clover It for the big day :) It's a jelly that looks so yummy you want to lick.
I'm going to try to start catching up on April now...Have a great day!