Floral Nail Art #TargetStyle


One of my absolute favorite things about spring is flowers.  There is just something about them that puts me a good mood.  I love the smell of fresh flowers and the way they brighten everything up.  I really like it when I go to the salon and get my favorite flowers put on a mani and pedi.  But, I decided this year to do a little DIY with floral manicures.  I decided to attempt to make a few flowers on my nails and I love them.  Floral Nail Art is one of the best things about springtime.

target-logoTo start, I headed to my one stop shop, target of course 🙂 and picked up my supplies.  I got 3 bottles of nail polish.  The Revlon Nail Art Neon Nail Enamel with the white and yellow.  I felt so frugal since it has 2 colors in one. ; ).  Also, I picked up Essie Play Date and sonia kashuk queen of hearts.  Both colors are perfect for spring.


Step 1: Apply a white base coat.  I used the Revlon Nail Art Neon Nail Enamel.

Step 2: Use a tooth pick to create 4 lines with fun colors. I love this sonia kashuk queen of hearts from Target.

Step 3: Pick another color , like the Essie Play Date that I used and again make lines with a tooth pick for your petals.  Super cute color for spring.

Step 4: Use the same Revlon Nail Art Neon Nail Enamel that you used in Step 1, but this time use the yellow side.  Put a yellow dot in the center of each flower.

Here is another look at my floral nails.


So what are your thoughts on floral nail art?  I think they are a great way to get ready for spring! And you know what?!

It’s Time for Springtime. 🙂

“Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Target via Glam Media.  The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Target.”

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  1. Reply

    So cute, I wish I could do this, I’m just not patient enough.

    • Sarah
    • March 25, 2013

    Lol you can totally do it! Just do a coat at a time and then come back to it! 🙂

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