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Mani Monday | Happy Easter!

Happy Easter to those of you who celebrate! I hope you’re all having a fabulous and festive long weekend!

Before we get to my manicure, I just want to talk briefly about my new blogging schedule! Starting this week, I’ll be posting a new blog post related to cruelty-free beauty, animal rights, thrifting, or vegan food every Wednesday (instead of Monday). I’m also going to try to share two “Mani Monday” posts each month (I’m thinking they’ll be on the first and third Mondays of the month). And on top of that, I’ll also be continuing my “Toria’s Top Ten” posts on the last Friday of every month. So I’m hoping to be posting between 7 and 8 times a month on a regular schedule. That’s the plan, any way!  I’m very excited and I hope you’ll enjoy what I’ll be sharing! That being said, today I have my Easter weekend manicure to share with you!

This month, I decided to go back to my shorter, natural nails. As much as a love longer nails – because they look so glam – they’re much more high maintenance! My shorter nails are definitely easier to work with and they’re much more suitable for my life. For this manicure, I decided to use three different colours because I saw a very similar manicure on Pinterest and I really liked it; so I decided to do it myself!

On my nails I’m wearing Simply Nude by L.A. Girl (a light pink/nude colour), Bravo by LA Girl (a lovely earthy/rose colour), and Counting Carats by China Glaze (a gold, glittery colour).

Even though I used three different colours, I like that they’re all very complimentary of one another.

What are you currently wearing on your nails?

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