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Peep out your nails! Easter mani inspo from Pinterest

Need a new nail look? What better excuse to do a fab mani than Easter Sunday? Pastels, chevron and cute bunnies top the list of our fave Easter nail art designs. Scroll through our top 10 picks from Pinterest for some serious nail inspo for this holiday weekend.

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    Pastel Polkas: Move dots in an upward motion for a fun pattern.
 via Pinterest Mobile App
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    Studded Chevron: Pastel nails with a touch of chic.


    Roxana Tinajero via
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    Speckled Eggs: For this fun look, use matte nail polish.
    Ansie Duvenhage via Melissa Van Otten
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    Leafy Pastels: Essie’s Matte About You polish is the perfect finishing touch for this whimsical pattern.
    Terri Dowd via
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    Sweet Chicks: Nothing says Easter like cute chicks hatching.
    Killer Queen via
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    Pattern Frenzy: Pastel colors with some chevron and polka dots create a fun Easter egg pattern.
    Angie Ackerman via
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    Cadbury Crème Eggs: One of our fave Easter candies on our nails? How could we resist?
    Diana Nidwitz via
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    Peep Nails: Add glitter to your Peep design to make it shine!
    Wallaceburg nails via
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    Glitter Nails: Add some sparkly pastels for a glam look.
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    Bunny Nails: Paint on this cute bunny and add some pastel polka dots to make it playful.
    Grace Mscc via Custom Nail Solutions
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Which design will you be trying out? Share in the comments below!
Want more Pinspiration? Follow GL on Pinterest.

BY GL ON 4/3/2015 12:00:00 AM

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