Glitter gradients are the best! Here I started with Zoya Brooklyn and then added a bit of Zoya Cosmo starting at the base of my nails. This look reminds of a gorgeous jewel encrusted ball gown, something you could wear on the red carpet; I love it!
Sation Tall Dark & Has Some is perhaps my all time favorite glitter topper. (This is the fourth time I've used it!) I decided to pair it with Sation Tira Miss-U, a new but already beloved edition to my stash. Pretty combo & you just can't go wrong with a super easy glitter gradient in my opinion!
This is one coat of Sation Stirring Silver topped with a gradient of Sation Tall Dark & Has Some. It's a very unique glitter with medium black circles, tiny turquoise glitter, & large turquoise shards in a clear base. So cool & similar in type to a favorite from last year, Sation Ego Friendly. I love this combination!
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If you ever find a bottle of the OLD Sation Holiday Spirit, buy it! I like the current version too but the old formula is still one of my top 5 favorite polishes. Here I've done a simple glitter gradient using the old formula. I love this manicure so much!!
The American Apparel Sheer collection is very fun to play with. I decided to do another gradient like this one. Here I used Zuma Beach & just added a few strokes of Pacific Beach. Super easy, impossible to mess up & I love the results!
I decided these nails reminded me of buried pirate treasure & I thought it might be cool to add a coat of American Apparel Pacific Beach on top of the glitter for a more pronounced underwater effect. I scratched it off in a couple of spots to let the gold shine through. These sheer polishes are so fun!
The American Apparel Sheer collection is very fun to play with. Here I used Manhattan Beach for the base & just added random strokes of Moonlight Beach. Super easy, impossible to mess up & I love the results!
Mushrooms are strange! These popped up overnight in my garden. Do any of you know what kind they might be?