Gradients / Nail Art

Jelly Gradient ft. Picture Polish Lagoon and Ocean

Zoya Aurora Picture Polish Ocean Lagoon OPI Goldeneye

Just a quick post from me today. I’ll be quite busy over the next two weeks so it’ll be quiet over here. I’ll be updating my Facebook page more frequently though with candid nail snaps, hauls and previews of future blog posts so head on over and like it here! Make sure that you don’t miss out on any of my Facebook updates by clicking the settings icon next to the “Liked” button and adding it to one of your interest lists that you check regularly. I personally have a “Nails” interest list which is how I keep up to date with all my favourite Facebook nail-related pages.

I did end up creating a gradient on all my nails but I wasn’t happy with the end result so I have decided to show the unfinished mani. Who knows, I may end up posting the full mani one day as part of a “fails” post 😉 I will say however that Picture Polish Lagoon is one of my favourite polishes, I love it even more than Picture Polish Cosmos!

Polishes used (base to tip):
Zoya Aurora (a purple holographic micro-flake jelly nail polish)
Picture Polish Ocean (a mid-toned blue holographic micro-flake jelly nail polish)
Picture Polish Lagoon (a light blue holographic micro-flake jelly nail polish)
OPI Goldeneye (gold micro-flakies in a clear base)

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3 thoughts on “Jelly Gradient ft. Picture Polish Lagoon and Ocean

  1. Wow, I quite like the gradient on your index and thumb! Surely it couldn’t have been a ‘nail fail’? It makes me think if those galaxy unicorn, hipster t-shirts for some reason (in a nice way!).

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