Happy Friday! Gosh this has been a loooooong week!I definitely need some down time and possible a sleep marathon. I’m not counting on either of those happening so I will just make sure I have a good time at least. How has your week been? Do you have fun weekend plans?
When I swatched China Glaze – Dope Taupe I just fell in love with it! I knew I had to use it again and I liked how shades of blue looked with it. Let me show you what I did,
I started with 2 coats of China Glaze – Dope taupe on all my nails and let that dry completely. I then used Lina Make your Mark 3 plate and the blank image to make the gradient. I stamped using Mundo de Unas- Spring green, turquoise and Fiji. I’ll get back to this gradient a bit later. On the rest of my nails I stamped using Lina feeling shapely 4 and the same polishes to stamp in a gradient. Once that was done I topcoated and loved the colours!
What do you think of this? I really really liked it. I just love the colours together and of course, gradients. So, let’s talk about this gradient stamping image I used. It’s no secret that I love gradients and when I got this plate I didn’t think I would make use of this blank image much. When I did this, I thought I would give it a try. Mostly because it was one way to do a gradient using the exact same colours I would stamp with. This blank image worked perfectly! It really was fast and easy and worked so well. I might not always use it for gradients but it certainly helps when I don’t have much time. I have seen people use it to make solid colour bases as well. It reduces drying time as well. That will be next on my list to try. Anyway, I really liked this. Let me know what you think?
Thanks for reading,