Hello there! It's time for some revival of the nail art! I have done a glitter gradient this time around, something I haven't t...

Glitter Gradient over Negative Space

22:30 Karise Tan 4 Comments

Hello there! It's time for some revival of the nail art!

I have done a glitter gradient this time around, something I haven't tried since the start of nail art and I don't know why :/ Either way I did it today!
So, this is how it turned out!


I used Three Beauties London - Glitter Gala. I never seen or heard of this brand before and thought I give it a try, I got this polish last year and somehow didn't get the chance ever to use it idky LOL. 

It is basically a glitter topper in a clear base with silver, purple, black and turquoise medium small hex glitters, all of the same size. It also has shards of glitters, irregular shaped ones which are tiny and aren't a lot in the polish.



I used a sponge to dap on the glitter at the tips, so that the clear base polish is being soaked up by the sponge leaving me the glitter to play around. The last step was to pick out individual glitter and place them where I found were too bald. 

I did the glitter gradient over my nail, without any base color so I felt the natural nail base went quite nicely with the glitter gradient, What do you guys think?



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4 comments:

  1. I really like this. I agree with you not using a base. It makes it look elegant. Ugh look at the macro shot of all those glitters. Dying to get my macro lens!

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    1. Hehe yes elegant is the word!! Macro lens does make a really huge difference!! But is also a really huge investment too :/

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  2. I know which is why I am still without one :( lol

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    1. Hope you'll meet the right time to get it soon!! (:

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