Glitter. Gradient. Graduation Nail Art

Glitter. Gradient. Graduation Nail Art
So as I continue my week showing you my most meaningful nail art, I realize there are different variations of nail art. This one is much more accessible for anyone to do and I got asked all day who did my nails when I wore this look.

I love glitter. It is no secret. But for My Masters Commencement, I wanted to be somewhat classy. Glitter gradients can really look intricate with not much work. I really think this was the perfect balance of fun, glitzy, and sophisticated.

I started with two thicker coats of OPI Don't Touch My Tutu, which is a great white jelly. Then I ripped off a small piece of a makeup sponge. Putting a small amount of polish on a piece of tin foil (which I re-use from prior glitter removal), I dab the sponge onto the polish and on my nail.

I used OPI Pirouette My Whistle, then Dollish Polish Heart of Glass, and finished the tips with China Glaze Lorelei's Tiara. I have to say, I loved this look! Heart of Glass has a sheer linear holographic base with holographic shards and it added that extra oomph to this manicure. 
Glitter. Gradient. Graduation Nail Art
Blurred here to show off the holographic goodness
Glitter. Gradient. Graduation Nail Art
Have you tried a glitter gradient? It's one of my favorite looks and is so simple to achieve. What were you favorite color combos? Until tomorrow...

P.S. Any Office fans out there? Because after I wrote my title, I totally thought of Dwight Schrute says "Beets. Bears. Battlestar Galactica."
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Glitter. Gradient. Graduation Nail Art Glitter. Gradient. Graduation Nail Art Reviewed by Wanni Arachchige Udara Madusanka Perera on Friday, January 01, 2021 Rating: 5

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