SPRINGTIME MANI: If you paint it… it will come!

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Hellllloooo…  Can someone PLEASE turn off the cold switch over here?! (location: Hartford, CT.)
Geezzz louissseee!
One day its 50 degrees and the next it’s 32 degrees and i’m practically blown across a parking lot from 50 mile an hour winds!  What the heck!
Anywhoooo… sorry for the rant, but i just can’t take this New England winter weather anymore! haha! I’m totally itching for some warm, sunny beach weather!  So with that being said.. i’ve decided to paint a cheery, bright springtime mani… with the hopes that mother nature will here my call!

Using colors from Zoya’s brand new collection for Spring 2015 called Delight!  Take a look how to get these trendy springtime nails!

If you decide to try out some nail art using Zoya’s nail polish… don’t forget to use tag your photo with #EverydayZoya

The Tools

DAISY by Zoya – Bright Yellow w/ a subtle yellow & turquoise metallic flash
EDEN by Zoya – Bubble Gum Spring Pink
RAYNE by Zoya – Dewy soft spring blue with a turquoise metallic flash
LESLIE by Zoya – Soft spring lavender w/ a turquoise metallic flash
Nail Art Striping Brush

The entire Delight Spring 2015 collection can be purchased online at www.zoya.com
Each color is $9/bottle.

Step 1:  After applying a clear base coat to all your nails apply one – two coats of  Daisy to each nail.

Step 2:  Using Eden an opaque creamy bubble gum pink.  Starting 3/4’s down your nail.  Swipe from one side to the other painting a curve across each nail and fill in the rest.


Step 3: Lastly using your thin nail art striping brush.  Paint a thin line following the curve shape with the metallic blue Rayne.
Take this one step further:  Using the metallic purple Leslie paint over half of the blue with Leslie.  Creating a cool curved color shifting border.


Follow it up with one coat of your favorite top coat for ultra shine and glamorous tips for days!

Loving this entire spring collection by Zoya!  Stay tuned for a detailed review of each color!

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