I loved my nude to teal gradient + sticks and stones that I did a while back. I wanted to try it with pink and this time only opted for accents!
I was super excited to get my hands on a bottle of Cover Bands’ Sticks & Stones nail polish, a coveted black/white glitter beloved by the entire nail painting community. I’ve been wanting to do a gradient with nude, and what better color to pair it with than teal? The Sticks & Stones top coat with this gradient is nothing short of perfection. It always evokes that retro-ish vibe for me! What do you think?
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I’ve been wanting to try a gradient for a while now and finally got around to doing one today. It took me a while to choose the colors, but I was feeling colorful today and went with a purple and blue gradient. I added a holographic glitter topcoat and then did an accent finger with pink leopard spots. To create the gradient, I painted the purple and blue onto a dry makeup sponge and dabbed onto my nail. For the leopard spots, I used the round end of a straight pin to apply random pink dots to my ring finger. I used a wee paintbrush to apply the black over the pink dots.
Tip: Top coats are key for gradients, as they smooth things out and give that…well…gradient effect.
I used the following nail polishes to create the look:
I’m a bit obsessed with glitter, so I really love this look. I painted my nails a sheer pinkish-nude color and then used a multi-colored glitter on the tips to create a sweet little gradient. Voila!
This is a really basic manicure, but I love the gradient effect it gives. I painted the base gray, painted a purple tip and then used a silver glitter over part of the purple and gray.