NAILS | April Showers Bring May Flowers #CBBxManiMonday

I did these nails on Friday afternoon which is a true testament to how life has changed as I don't think I have ever done a #ManiMonday early AND during the day! I never do my nails during the day because something always comes up where having no hands available proves detrimental like when I realized I wanted mushrooms in my omelette and had to chop very slowly. Anyway, this month is actually our flower theme which I did not realize as I snuck in some flowers last month because I didn't read our group chat properly! Last week, I used two polishes from the new Sally Hansen Pure collection, one of which I loved so much I wanted to try it as a full base for today's flowery manicure!

Flower Nail Art with Sally Hansen Pure
 PR gifted

I used the shade "Crystal Blue" in last week's manicure and loved it so much that I wanted to feature it on its own. As the second Pure polish I have tried, this was another close to one-coater, but I couldn't really see the shimmer on my nails that I see in the polish. This shade of blue isn't the easiest to work with as a base, but I wanted to use some of the pink polishes I was sent from the Pure collection so after seeing this flower mani from @pbnjnails, I knew I had found what I wanted to do for this week!

Flower Nail Art with Sally Hansen Pure

No acrylic paint this week with all flowers hand-drawn using the Pure shades listed below and a fine nail art striper brush.

On My Nails:

(Base Coat) OPI Glitter Off Peel Off Base Coat
(Base) Sally Hansen Pure in Crystal Blue*
(Flowers) Sally Hansen Pure in Pinky Clay, Sally Hansen Pure in Peony Origins*, Sally Hansen Pure in Elderflower Power* and Sally Hansen Insta-Dri x Crayola Dandelion* for centers
(Top Coat) CND Vinylux Weekly Top Coat*

Flower Nail Art with Sally Hansen Pure

Happy Monday everyone and be sure to check out: Renee and Trysh's blog and social media channels for their flowery manicures!

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