For this simple mani, I used Essie Sand Tropez as a base coat, and then used China Glaze White on White for the small dots. These nails even made an appearance in our engagement photos :)
I found a bunch of super bright neon polishes the other day and wanted to try some out! Here’s the first go-around.
After a base coat I painted half of my nail with China Glaze White on White so that the neon would POP! After it dried I painted two coats of Funky Fingers polish in the color Pop Art. Then, I painted a line of gold Stripe Rite across the line between the pink part of my nail and the unpainted part. Voila!
My friend Leah is getting married in two weeks (!!!) and she has asked me to paint her nails for the special occasion. I painted her nails a few weeks ago, and this time we will be creating an ombre effect. In preparation for the event I tried out two different ways of creating an ombre effect on your nails:
For this style, I mixed China Glaze Foie Gras with varying amounts of China Glaze White on White so that the color got lighter and lighter as I painted each finger.
For this I first painted a base of China Glaze White on White. Once that dried I painted a strip of Zoya Jinx at the nail bed, then Orly Luxe in the middle and a stripe of the White on White again at the tip of the nail, then I blended them with a cosmetic sponge until I achieved the desired effect.
A while back I posted my first attempt at Ombre, which I think I had more success with:
Loving Ombre right now! Can’t wait to share with you how Leah’s nails turn out!