Glitter Gradient

This design is probably one of the more fool-proof ones I’ve tried, so I encourage you all to try it out.  The colours remind me of a snowy winter night, much like the ones we’ve been experiencing, here in Toronto.

1)  Apply one thick coat – Revlon “Surf”
2)  Paint on thin layer – wet n wild “Kaleidoscope” (460D) on outer half of nail.
3)  Dab on thick pile of the same glitter polish on the outer third of nail. (Repeat if necessary)

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