Spring Floral Thermal Manicure

I love spring’s soft pastel colors and seeing trees blossoming everywhere. While everyone else is doing cute Easter manicures, I’m reveling in some sophisticated floral patterns.

I started by painting my nails with 2 coats of Born Pretty’s BP-GT02 Cloud of Purple Sky thermal polish. It looks like a breath of fresh air with its shimmery lilac and platinum tones and forms the perfect gradient for flower petals for this manicure.

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Cloud of Purple Sky from Born Pretty is lilac purple when cold and platinum silver when warm.

I used the BBBXL-003 plate from Beauty Big Bang for this manicure. It has all the springtime designs you could want!

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Using Konad stamping polish in Flash Black, I transferred the design from the bottom row, 2nd from the left to all my nails. Because I wanted to create the illusion of having longer nails, I chose to use the image horizontally rather than vertically so that the lines of the image would run more along the length of my nails.

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The different color stages of this manicure vary with the temperature beginning with cold at the top and running warmer toward the bottom.

A layer of Odorless Fast Dry Top Coat from Born Pretty finished off this manicure. It does not smudge nail art and really does dry fast with no unpleasant smell!

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It looks a little abstract, but I love this design all the same. Hope you enjoyed it, too! Happy polishing!

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