Friday, December 17, 2010

Smudgy Gradation

In the past I have mostly done gradients that used colors of the same family  because its a lot easier... So I decided to try it with 2 completely different colors, purple and green. Blending was a little hard so I decided to smudge the line with some Out The Door which worked great! I just glopped a ball of Out The Door on the middle of the nail and used the brush to blend the 2 colors together.



Etude House in Beach Green
Etude House in Plum Chou
Etude House in Heart topcoat

Topped the whole shebang with some glittery topcoat (with hearts) and tadah!

Until next time ^_^

3 comments :

Kelly said...

I like it :)

Rachel Marie said...

Very cool. I've heard you can use Orly smudge fixer to make gradations more smooth!

Varnish Vixen said...

I love it! Very whimsical with the hearts!

Friday, December 17, 2010

Smudgy Gradation

In the past I have mostly done gradients that used colors of the same family  because its a lot easier... So I decided to try it with 2 completely different colors, purple and green. Blending was a little hard so I decided to smudge the line with some Out The Door which worked great! I just glopped a ball of Out The Door on the middle of the nail and used the brush to blend the 2 colors together.



Etude House in Beach Green
Etude House in Plum Chou
Etude House in Heart topcoat

Topped the whole shebang with some glittery topcoat (with hearts) and tadah!

Until next time ^_^

3 comments :

Kelly said...

I like it :)

Rachel Marie said...

Very cool. I've heard you can use Orly smudge fixer to make gradations more smooth!

Varnish Vixen said...

I love it! Very whimsical with the hearts!