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Your Nails Will Blossom When You Try These Manicure Designs

We don’t know about you, but we are ready for spring around here! One fun and easy way to hop into the spring blooms and pastel colors is with an Easter-themed manicure. 

Manicures are a fantastic way to brighten up your day even when you are at home. We love the spring and Easter-themed mani trends we are seeing right now, so we rounded up our favorites to try this weekend. 

1. Pastels!  

If now isn’t the time to use your favorite pastel blue, purple, pink, and yellow, then when is? You could use all the colors by doing a different color on each nail, or do a twist on a french-manicure with pastel tips.  

2. Speckled eggs.  

After all, what’s Easter without eggs? Choose your favorite base color or multiple base colors; Robin’s egg blue is a definite winner. Then using a fan brush or any brush that has slightly dispersed bristles, dip it in gold, or black polish. Blot the excess polish off with a piece of paper and lightly speckle away!  

3. Metallic.  

Metallic is both fun and chic. Make sure your mani is on trend by using a light pink or purple metallic polish. You can even do your favorite pastel base color with metallic ombre nail tips.  

5. Yellow.  

Bring on the sunshine with bright yellow polish. Up your Easter game and choose an accent nail to be a while lily or an Easter chick.  

6. Classic pink. 

You can’t go wrong with a soft or sheer pink no matter the time of year. If you are tried and true pink lover, then stick with it.  

Our favorite thing about manicures is that they are a fun reflection of you! Make the most of your manicure by keeping your nails are in the best condition they can be.  

Anytime you wash your hands (for 20 seconds!), use a good moisturizer after. 

Choose the right products. Nail products are a culprit for toxic chemicals that can damage your nails and cuticles. Look for brands that are safe for your nails and the environment by making sure they are vegan, cruelty-free, 9-free. If you ever need a product suggestion, the DashSquad would love to help.