03 July 2012

Guest Post - Pastel Gradient Nails

This design requires multiple layering and takes a lot of time to dry.
I super love them.

The polishes used are Seche Clear Base Coat, OPI Sweet Memories, OPI Rumple's Wiggin', The Face Shop BL602, China Glaze Fairy Dust and Seche Vite Top Coat.

After base coat, apply a thin layer of pink polish on the whole nail.

Apply purple polish on two-third of the nail.

Apply pink polish over the bottom one-third of the nail again to blend better.

Apply blue polish to top one-third of the nail.

Apply purple polish to the middle section of the nail again to blend well.

Apply blue polish over the top of the nail again. (I need this step because The Face Shop polish is not very good. If you are using better polishes, I guess you can skip this step).

Apply a coat of glitter polish to further improve on the blended look, and end off with a top coat.

I'm happy with my first try at gradient manicure.

By Guest Blogger - Ying Jie


Disincentive said...

I didn't know you can do gradient nails like that :D Do you know you can do it with sponge?

Bebe Lee said...

Can you teach me?
Actually, I'm trying to do nail arts. But it turned out awful.

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