Teal Tuesdays - Gradient!




Yes, Gradients ARE everywhere. I even see them all over Facebook and Instagram now...but by people who aren't crazy nail bloggers like me.
They don't seem to be going away soon, and for that I am thankful because I love how they look and I love how easy they are. And I love that every time I do one, it looks better than the last one.
Needless to say, I definitely was hopeful that Gradients would win this weeks challenge vote and they did!

So...as I was doing this gradient, I took some video of it and am "hoping" to make a tutorial from it. With that said, this will be my first time so I'm trying to find some software to edit it...it may show up on the blog, or I may not get it figured out - if you do video tutorials or have knowledge in this area - please feel free to leave me any tips!


For this mani I used A England Saint George and Catrice's Dirty Berry.
NOW you know it's gonna be awesome, right?
Right.










I know...it's like photo overkill. But you can't just take one photo of a holo polish. You absolutely can't take just one or two of an amazing holo gradient, even more if it's an A England holo!
I used my standard gradient technique, painted on the sponge and stamped across, then up and down to blend. Like I said, hopefully I'll have a video on it soon.


If you are interested in participating in Teal Tuesdays, just drop me a line in the comments with your blog address so I can add you to the participating blog list. And there is also a FB Group! Please join in the conversation!



Please visit my other Terrifically Teal Teammates:




Geeky Owl
Mandy's Polish
Fancy Phalanges
Colorsplash Nails
Gaga for Nails
Persistently Glittery
Simple & Beautiful
No Holos!
Cherries Sweets
The Frenzied Polisher






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11 comments

  1. This is gorgeous. I just ordered St George. I can't wait to get it!

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  2. oh my god, I've been wanting st. george, as well as a few other a englands=]

    such a pretty gradient!

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  3. This is beautiful! I love it!

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  4. I think you should've taken more photos! lol It's definitely a very photographical mani. Is that even a word? I don't know and don't care. Just love it!

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  5. Holy Holo Goodness! Pretty!

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  6. ooooooh teal to oooooooh purple even I might ooooooh get aboard that train! xxxxxx

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  7. Gawd, holo gradients are so awesome!

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