The Easter Bunny is coming ... to your nails! Using a white polish like Sally Hansen Hard as Nails Nail Color in White On, paint these little guys on your middle and index fingers, then decorate the rest of your tips with cute polka dots.
You can't go wrong with a lavender base, and the yellow and blue rhinestones make it even more special.
If you want to embrace spring — but don't love sugary pastels — opt for a navy and nude manicure — Sally Hansen Color Therapy in Soothing Sapphire and Essie's Perennial Chic were used here — with a floral accent nail. It's bold, soft and, best of all, seasonal.
Geometric designs make these yellow nails look like fun Easter eggs.
Add some edge to your Easter look with negative space and holographic details.
Not one for nail art? A plain sage green mani still whispers spring but will look super cute well beyond Easter Sunday.
Why do just one accent nail on each hand when you could do two? Even better: Draw attention to your floral fingertips by using a shimmering silver polish, like China Glaze Nail Lacquer Platinum Silver in the center of the flowers.
The accent nail in this manicure is reminiscent of a cute dress you might have worn on Easter Sunday as a child. Get a similar pink shade with OPI Nail Lacquer in It's a Girl.
This mod manicure embraces negative space and has us dreaming of cotton candy clouds and bright blue skies.
It doesn't get more Easter than this speckled egg-inspired mani. Pro tip: File your nails into an oval shape so they're more egg-like.
Simple, chic, and totally office-appropriate, this minty green mani is perfect for rocking on Easter — and wearing to work all spring long. The makes it so chic!
If you can draw dots, a triangle, and a squiggly line then you can totally master this cute manicure. While a handful of baby chicks may come off as childish, just one among solid, rich yellow nails — we recommend OPI's Sun Sea and Sand in My Pants — is the perfect accent.
Sub in any color (here, lilac and peach are oh-so-sweet) for a geometric take on solid polish.
Add a little texture to your typical polish with small "studs" in a contrasting color. Keep things in the pastel family to avoid this multidimensional mani looking too busy.
Why choose one color when you can pick a bunch? Turn your nails into Easter eggs with the classic squiggles and dots while showing off all your fave spring shades in one adorable pastel mani.
Not one for big patterns and fancy designs? Try this dainty mani with just a tiny triangle cutout along the moons of your nails. It's as simple and festive as those yellow Peeps.
Get fresh for spring with a dusty, diagonal pattern in this white-on-green design.
Go shimmery-chic with this bold rose, magenta, and purple mani that elongates your nails with a vertical design.
Play with vertical and horizontal space to create a modern geometric mani in delightfully spring shades.
Would you believe this triple-colored design is pretty easy to accomplish? All you need: three colors and a ! Vary the shades to fit any other occasion — or just to match your outfit.
Using ombre and stamping techniques, this gorgeous design will make your tips truly stand out at the holiday brunch.
Who says pretty pastel shades have to be tame? This funky leopard design is both edgy and adorable. The tweens at the Easter gathering will be totally impressed.
It's like a bouquet for your nails! Pick a few bold, bright colors, paint on some blossoms, and don't worry if your flowers aren't precise — the imperfect quality of this design adds to its watercolor appeal.
Amp up a simple white mani with a preppy touch. Swap in your favorite Easter colors and patterns — you can't go wrong.
Re-create a "braided" Easter basket with this impressive manicure that's way easier than it looks.
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Before you start in on any of these designs, study up on these easy tips!