November 17, 2014

Wintery Gradient with MoYou Flourishes [Nail Art]




Howdy guys! Today, I have some Winter-inspired nail art to share which I created last week!


(sorry for the gross injury to my index!)



Supplies:


My initial base color was Morgan Taylor- Making Waves (darker cobalt blue). Then, I sponged on Morgan Taylor- Take Me to Your Tribe, Making Waves, and Illamasqua- Monogamous to make the gradient.  I used Butter London- The Old Bill for the stamping, which is the flourish design from MoYou London- Sailor Collection 07.

The Butter London polish, while metallic, only stamped so-so, since it's not as opaque as it could be. Still, it worked!






What do you think?
Do you guys have a favorite metallic stamping polish?

6 comments:

  1. Really nice blue wintery gradient you have going on here. The stamping on top really ties everything together too.

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  2. The Old Bill is such a pretty color on top of the blues. I actually like that is didn't apply opaque. It has character with the sparse parts. I reminds me of wrapping paper.

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  3. Thank you! I wasn't entirely satisfied with the gradient, but stamping always makes it better!

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  4. Thank you! This color combo DOES look like wrapping paper- you're right!

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