I went to Target and grabbed some nail items to do a spring nail art look. Since my nails are a bit beat up at the moment I first bought some false nails to paint on, which gave the added bonus of having a bit more control. Target had several brands to choose from, and all are good and affordable. For polish, I did a base coat with Sally Hansen Insta Dri in Peachy Breeze. I then did a swirl pattern and dots with with Revlon Nail Art Neon in High voltage and Pink Glow.
I wanted something that seemed floral and that definitely invoked Spring, but I also wanted it to be a bit subtle too and not too stylized. I figured that type of look is also easier to make. So I went for abstract and used a nail art brush to make an uneven X on each nail with the Revlon High voltage Orange, and then I used a dotting tool to dot on Revlon Pink Glow. A shiny clear top coat really brings out the neon in the Revlon polish.
Here is the result:
A bonus of the Revlon products are that they are two sided and come with a white polish, so you would do this look on a white base instead if you wanted a different look or wish to to buy less products.
I saw a lot of neat Spring polish shades at Target, including a bunch more dual sided Revlon ones that could be used for all sorts of fun looks. Overall, it is a great way to get an easy and affordable nail art look.
It’s Time for Springtime.
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