Easter Bunny Nail Art with Orly Nail Polish in Frosting – Swatches and Review

I couldn’t let Easter go by without doing some kind of rabbit nail art. I also wanted to go simple and a single bunny face was just perfect! This also gave me the chance to try an Orly nail polish I picked up at Winners last year, it’s called Frosting.

Rabbit nail art with Orly nail polish in Frosting

Orly Frosting is a very pale cream colour with a gold shimmer. The formula is a bit thin and streaky, I put on three coats and could have used a fourth coat in some places (you can see lines on my thumb).

Easter Bunny nail art with Orly nail polish in Frosting

For the nail art I used all of these products.

rabbit nail art

  • Skinfood – Pine Nut Break Free Nail Strengthener
  • Orly – Frosting x3 coats on all nails
  • Joe Fresh – Pink for the nose and ears
  • Sinful Colors – Black on Black for the eyes and ears
  • Revlon – clear x1 coat over design
  • butterLONDON – Matte Finish topcoat
  • Pure Color Nail Art Brush no 9 – whiskers and ears
  • Dotting tool – nose and eyes

After applying three coats of Frosting on all nails, I created the eyes and nose with the small end of the dotting tool. Then I used the nail art brush to create the whiskers and the outer ears in black. I then filled them in in pink with the same (cleaned) brush. Next, I sealed in my design with the clear polish (which still streaked a bit cause I went over the same areas twice) and finished it all off with a matte topcoat.

Freehand designs aren’t my forte, but I still try and I’m really happy with my little bunny.

Easter Bunny nail art with Orly nail polish in Frosting

I really like how Frosting looks with a matte top coat… I’m really into matte nails lately, have you noticed? Anywho, I’m really liking Frosting, but next time I think I’ll try it over a white base to help get rid of the streaks.

Did you do any nail art for Easter?

– Chantal 🙂

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