Ombré and gradient manicures are always my go to when I’m drawing a nail art blank. They are simple and easy to do but sometimes you just can’t get the blend you want, so, in this post I’ll be showing you how to get the perfect ombré/gradient manicure!
Tortoise shell nails are all the rage lately, and I think these are the perfect addition for fall! Typically, you see these made using gel, since it allows you to easily create multiple layers to get the tortoise look. But, today I’ll be showing you how to do it with regular polish. Let’s check it out!
I get a lot of request for simple and minimalistic nail art so I figured why not put together something super easy for spring? These are great if you’re a beginner or have a love for all things minimal like myself. Here’s what I used for this manicure..
It’s Cherry Blossom season so what better way to celebrate than putting some on my nails? I partnered with Little Ondine to bring you this fun spring design. Little Ondine polishes are great since they are water-based, cruelty-free, non-toxic, and peel-able!
I partnered with China Glaze to bring you some fun holiday nail art inspired The Grinch featuring limited edition polishes from The Grinch x China Glaze Collection! Be sure to check out my other post for a review and swatches of each shade.
For this design, I wanted something super fun and festive, so I mixed and matched glitter gradients with a Christmas tree, the Grinch’s santa suit, and a sign post helping us find the way to Whoville!