Sweet Cherries Nail Art - Spring Nail Trends with Walgreens and Revlon

May 19, 2021

This "Sweet Cherries Nail Art" post was sponsored by the Collective Bias Social Fabric Community. 
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One of the best ways to celebrate spring in New York City is with a Central Park picnic and a good adventure novel. While New York City is always on the move, I can always count on an impromptu outing to help me relax, slow down, and enjoy the warm weather. And because nothing says spring like cheerful nail color (and because I like to match my nails to my mood), I decided to create a sweet cherries and picnic pattern nail art design. 

For this sweet cherries nail art, I used Revlon Nail Enamel in Bubbly, Revlon Nail Enamel in Trendy, Revlon Nail Enamel in Elegant, Revlon Nail Enamel in Sunshine Sparkle, and Revlon Nail Enamel in Fearless (perfectly cute names for the season!).  The Revlon nail enamel range, aside from being extremely affordable, has a diverse assortment of bright and neutral shades.  Revlon polishes are smooth and easy to apply, and the fact that the polishes dry quickly also helps with the nail designs. 

Walgreens has a wide selection of nail polish brands and nail care tools that are quite handy (hehe!) when creating nail art.  Additionally, Walgreens often offers sales and discounts on available polishes which means I can keep up with spring nail trends and stay within my budget (as a note, Walgreens sells nail products both in-store and online).

If you're ready to finally enjoy some irresistible fun in the sun, grab your favorite book, pack some yummy treats, and go get your nails done!


Stay Pretty, Mackenzie M.

14 comments:

  1. I do really like Revlon polishes. The formula is easy to work with & the brush is the perfect length & width for my nails. These shades are beautiful, especially the pink & red
    http://www.letstalkbeauty.co.uk/

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    1. I find them extremely affordable and like you said, really good quality! Need to add more to our collection haha

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  2. Revlon makes some of my favorite polishes ever. As always, your nail art is so cute!!! It reminds me of a summery picnic under blue skies. The picnic pattern on the thumb reminds me of a skirt I have, but have yet to wear, lolz. Love this! =P

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    1. That summer picnic thing was what inspired this, so right on! Gingham has been super in, you should wear it and post it on instagram ;) ! xo

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  3. I love the cherries you did! You've got a very fine hand :)

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    1. Thank you! I am a painter by trade ;) so nail art comes naturally plus it's super fun xo

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  4. I got so confused with which nail polish was real and which wasn't in that magazine picture! Gorgeous nails and I'm jealous that you're in New York. xx

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    1. Haha my sister said the same thing! I'm so happy polish didn't spill on my dresser, I'd be freaking out! New York is nice but it's tough living here too - depends on what you're looking for, because there is great food and tons to do. You should visit! xo

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  5. Absolutely stunning nail art! I wish I was this talented :)
    xxx Claire
    wwwclairabelle.blogspot.co.uk

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  6. Adorable, I love the thumb x

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    1. Thank you! That was a fun one for me too - cloth patterns and nail art were made for each other :) xo

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