Posts Tagged ‘gradient nails’

Spring gradient with flowers

By MyNailpolishOnline

This manicure is done entirely with Lime Crime polishes. I’m not sure why I ended up doing it this way but when I had them all in front of me, I just thought they worked so nicely together! I started with a creme gradient (it’s been a long while since I’ve done such a gradient!) done with Lime Crime – Milky Ways and Pastelchio! Both polishes are absolutely stunning! They are easy to work with both on their own and together! After doing the gradient I continued painting small flowers with Parfait Day! The inner part of the flowers are done with Lavendairy. Looking back through the blog I noticed I haven’t swatched all of these lovely polishes so I’ll have to do that soon :D

Spring gradient

Spring gradient

 

Spring gradient with flowers

Spring gradient with flowers

 


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Guest Post at Eleven.se

By MyNailpolishOnline

I’m really enjoying IsaDora’s Holographic Nails collection (which isn’t holographic but has glitters with holographic qualities). For today’s guest post at Eleven.se I’m showing three of them both on their own and in a glitter gradient over a black base. In the picture below I’m wearing from left to right: Gold Digger, Rocky Ruby, Star Struck and Gold Digger again. See the guest post here.

Glitter gradient with IsaDora Holographic Nails

Glitter gradient with IsaDora Holographic Nails


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Day 31 – Honor Nails You Love

By MyNailpolishOnline

So, we’ve come to the last challenge of this 31 Days Challenge for 2013 and I must say I enjoyed every part of it! I also feel like it’s going to be so nice to wear plain colors again for a change. Today’s last challenge is to Honor Nails You Love. I chose the nails and nail arts belonging to my dearest friend Lauretta from A Lacquered Affair who does amazing nail art and who’s glitter gradients are to die for. To honor her nails I chose to do a glitter gradient with two Estessimo TiNS polishes that I’ve received in a swap that I did with her last autumn, The Relax Mint (the light blue) and The Holiday Cheer (the green one). These glitters are so pretty and combined together they are absolutely amazing!

Day 31 - Honor Nails You Love

Day 31 – Honor Nails You Love


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Nail Art Sunday – Glitter Gradient Nails

By MyNailpolishOnline

For today’s Nail Art Sunday at Lelack I have a creme gradient and a glitter gradient in the same manicure. I started the manicure by doing the creme gradient with Essie – Looking for Love and with Michelle M37, a polish that I’ve got in my swap with my dearest friend from A Lacquered Affair. For the glitter gradient I’ve used two glitters from the amazing indie brand Shimmer namely Liana and Julia. I’ve shown you both of them on their own before but today we’re going to see them interact in this gradient. I loved wearing this gradient, especially since it’s been a while since I’ve done some gradients.

Nail Art Sunday - Glitter Gradient Nails

Nail Art Sunday – Glitter Gradient Nails


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piCture pOlish Blog Fest 2013

By MyNailpolishOnline

This year’s piCture pOlish Blog Fest is a challenge: Create the most amazing nail art ever including a step by step tutorial!

Awards:
All nail art creations go into the running to be chosen to create a collaboration shade with piCture pOlish launched in 2014. There are three awards that will be voted and chosen via piCture pOlish special Pinterest Blog Fest 2013 board as follows:

  • 1 x Award – as voted by piCture pOlish friends and fans
  • 1 x Award – as voted by all the participants of Blog Fest 2013
  • 1 x Award – as voted by Jules & Megs of piCture pOlish

piCture pOlish provided us bloggers with three polishes for the nail art. I received splash (by piCture pOlish), attitude (by Overall Beauty) and shocked (by Shatter me Claire).

The three shades

The three shades

This is the manicure I’ve done with the three shades:

piCture pOlish - the nail art

piCture pOlish – the nail art

I started the nail art by painting one coat of shocked on my nails. Shocked is such a gorgeous base for this manicure!

piCture pOlish - Shocked

piCture pOlish – shocked

I wanted to do a gradient with these three shades, so I started by putting some small blobs of shocked and attitude next to each other on a piece of paper. I dipped a little bit of kitchen sponge into the two colors and started to work on the gradient.

The gradient

The gradient

I only did the gradient on the pointer and the pinky nails as I had other plans for the two middle fingers. After doing the gradient I added one coat of top coat.

The gradient

The gradient

While the gradient started to dry, I started doing some swirls with attitude starting from the middle of my ring finger. I used a small nail art brush for doing that.

piCture pOlish - the swirls

piCture pOlish – the swirls

I added more swirls to that…

piCture pOlish - the swirls

piCture pOlish – the swirls

…and more swirls….

piCture pOlish - the swirls

piCture pOlish – the swirls

… and even more swirls….

piCture pOlish - the swirls

piCture pOlish – the swirls

I did something similar with on the other nail. Look at them shining in the sun :)

piCture pOlish - the swirls

piCture pOlish – the swirls

Then I added another gradient over the previous gradient using splash. This was to be a glitter gradient.

piCture pOlish - glitter gradient

piCture pOlish – glitter gradient

I topped everything with a top coat that finished the manicure! I hope you enjoyed the end result!!

piCture pOlish - the nail art

piCture pOlish – the nail art

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Let’s take a look at the other girls’ creations and don’t forget to vote!!

 


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