Pastel blue and purple Easter eggs for the hunt, fluffy yellow chicks, fuzzy brown bunnies, white frilly dresses, shiny black patent leather shoes, pink jelly beans, and fresh green grass. These are the colors of Easter time in America. Springtime is a celebration of life and color and freshness and joy, and what better way for kids to celebrate all that fun stuff than dressing up, getting candy, and spending time with family. Plus, don’t forget all those cute Easter pictures moms and dads share on social media! We know that the details matter, so we compiled a list of our favorite safe, fun, cute, and non-toxic ways for your daughter to style and accessorize her Easter outfit this year.
What better way for your daughter to feel special this Easter than to have hair like a princess? Check out our tips for styling the perfect princess hair here, and then decide what colors and styles your daughter would like best for hair accessories. Would she like Minnie Mouse ear top knots touched up by colorful ribbons from our Minnie Mouse Deluxe Bow Set? Or would she like to go into full-on princess mode, and top off a sleep chignon with an actual pink princess tiara? You know her best. Just make sure she knows how amazing she looks to you, inside and out.
Easter Egg Nails
What do you think of when someone says ‘Easter colors?’ Pastels, of course! Your girl will draw lots of positive attention with a colorfully styled Easter egg mani-pedi courtesy of our special line of kid-safe nail polish colors. We recommend alternating a new pastel color every nail. Our Disney Princess 15-pack nail polish set comes in 15 different colorful shades, from yellow to baby blue, to teal, and purple, that will make her fingers and toes look like bright little jelly beans. Bonus, all nail polish colors are bubble gum scented! As per our past tutorial on the four steps to achieving the perfect princess manicure, we recommend starting with a clean canvas by swiping nail polish remover over nails, filing and buffing, and then washing and drying hands before applying polish for the smoothest finish possible. Finally, avoid smudges by giving your daughter something hands-free to do for about 10 minutes while she lets her polish dry.
However you and your family celebrate Easter this year, we hope that cute, colorful Easter fashion, safe, healthy treats, and lots and lots of family photos are on the agenda! So this Sunday, April 16th, good luck on your egg hunts, egg rolls, or egg dying parties, and Happy Easter from our family at Townleygirl!