Apply a base coat to your nails.
This provides a good base for your nail varnish to stick to and protects your nails from staining. I go for OPI Nail Envy, I believe it helps my nails grow stronger and longer.
Apply two coats of a base colour. In this case I have gone with a lilac colour. Any colour except white can be used at this stage.
Add a large rounded white tip to your nails. I use the nail varnish brush at this stage: make a brush stoke in the middle about a quarter up your nail, then join that stroke to the corners of your nail with a rounded stroke. This stage often needs two coats. Don't worry if it's not perfect, bunnies are fluffy anyway!
Add two ears to each rounded tip. I use a dotting tool for this (tooth picks, or bobby pins can be used but if your interested in nails I'd invest in some dotting tools since they're about £2 from Amazon... ). I place a blob of white nail varnish on some paper, dab my dotting tool in it and dot two fairly straight lines, slightly fatter on top just off centre on the rabbit's head.
Add the eyes. I use a dotting tool again with a black or very dark colour. I dotted below each ear.
Add the nose. I use a dotting tool with some pick. I dotted just below and between the eyes.
Add the pinks of the ears. I use the same pink that I used on the nose. Use a very small dotting tool to place the pink inside the white of the ears, making a small line, again, fatter on top than bottom.
Seal in your design with a top coat. I chose Albert Bridge Top Coat by Nails Inc.