Tuesday, November 22, 2011

yet another gradient leopard!

I've posted a lot of swatches lately, so today I will post some nail art!
I should make a tally of all the gradient animal print manis I do. 
This is one of my favorites! I'm still wearing it as I type this post.


I did this gradient manicure using:
China Glaze - 100 Proof Pink

China Glaze - Shaken Not Stirred
China Glaze - No Way Jose 

I stamped from BM-221 with Wet N Wild Black Creme.

If you haven't seen it before, check out my tutorial on how to do a great gradient mani like this one! 


I seriously think these old China Glaze's are the prettiest polishes. They are all way up there in my favorites list!

19 comments:

  1. Another beautiful mani! I love leopard prints!!

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  2. I did a gradient mani the other day and it is crappp compared to yours! I love your mani they are always so perfect.

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  3. China Glaze is definitely my favorite too. The drawer I have for them in my Helmer always looks so happy when I open it!

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  4. Very nice :) Love the colours
    Leopard print never gets old :D
    xX

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  5. So pretty!! love the gradient on this one!

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  6. I love these! So colorful!

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  7. Very pretty, it's inspiring me to try something like this too!

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  8. Ahh.. I just checked out your tutorial and figured out what I was doing wrong.. I wasn't sponging from the tip down! Gonna try this soon.. thanks for posting :)

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  9. so awesome gradient! and hey, i got challenged with one photo challenge and i decided to challenge you! text is in finnish on blog so i translated it: 1. Open the 4th file on your computer where you have your pictures. 2. Publish the 4th picture on your blog. 3. Explain the picture. 4. Challenge 4 bloggers to do the same :)

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  10. This looks great! I am yet to try the gradient mani so thank you for doing a tutorial too! I'm definitely inspired :)

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