If there's one nail art design I especially love it's cherry blossom nail art. It was one of the very first designs I tried once I got my dotting tools and stripers. It's what I was sporting in my first blog post, and if you've followed DMN for a little while you may already know I've posted similar manicures several times since. Well, after I finally settled on Sally Hansen Mint Sorbet as my pick for a spring to summer transitional polish I loved the soft, soothing shade and wanted to wear it a little longer, so surprise, surprise, it got cherry blossomed!
With the Sally Hansen Mint Sorbet are some of my usual suspects for cherry blossom nails: Orly Jet Black nail art striper branches and pale pink petals of Nfu Oh 150 with Revlon Passionate Pink centers.
I don't know that there's a whole lot left for me to say about these that I haven't covered before, but I'm going to try--when I posted my Chinese New Year nails I mentioned wanting to recreate the tutorial I did for Sassy Hong Kong here on Did My Nails, so I took some pics along the way this time. Hopefully I'll have that written up in a few days and be ready to post this springtime nail art tutorial while it's still officially spring!