Neutral Gradient

Hi fellow nail polish lovers!!  Happy Tuesday ;0).

I have a quick post for you all today.  I decided to try out a neutral gradient manicure.  For my base color, I used two coats of Aldo Shy Rose.  I then sponged Avon's Vintage Boutique and Aldo Chocolate Factory.  Finally I added Sinful Colors Opal Glitter.  OPI Natural Nail Base Coat and Seche Vite Fast Dry Top Coat were used for this mani.

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I'm working on getting the transition of colors to be more gradual.  What do you guys think of this mani?
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21 comments:

  1. Mmmmm chocolate, really love that glitter too!

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  2. I really like this!! all the fun of a gradient - with nice colors!

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  3. This is soo pretty! What kind of sponge did you use?

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  4. I have to get more dark brown polishes. I have 2 really old and one from elf. I'm liking the glitter ontop.

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  5. Thanks ladies!!

    @Nail Designs, I used a regular make sponge that I picked up at the drug store.

    @Ida, you should get some ;0).

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  6. Very interesting idea, Marisa! I don't think I've seen a brown gradient before. It came out really nice and it works perfectly with your skin tone. Plus the glitter adds that extra something. Very nice!

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  7. @Minnie, thanks hon!!

    @Mihaela, thank you!! Gotta love the glitter, lol.

    @Shannara, thank you ;0).

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  8. I remember you said Aldo Chocolate Factory was your favorite brown--it really is the same exact color as chocolate! Great combo, I especially love the opal glitter on top. :)

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  9. Thanks Chelsea!! You remembered ;0). Just like chocolate, lol.

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  10. Oooo this is really nice!! I like the colours you chose! :D Also, the glitter over-top is awesome! ^-^

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  11. I really like this! I reminds me of creamy hot chocolate!

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  12. @Something Polished, thanks hon ;0)

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  13. Wow! I love it! I don't think I've seen anyone do a gradient using neutral colors...it looks great! The colors go really well together :) Oh and thanks for your recent comment! It really means a lot! You have, and continue to be, an amazing fellow supportive blogger!

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