Monday, February 28, 2011

PURPLE LOOSE GLITTER GRADIENT




This is another look with the new LA Splash loose glitters. I wanted to show another way of using the glitter for a more bold look. This time instead of just sprinkling on the glitter with a paint brush I dipped my nails in. First I painted a base coat of Ulta - Last Fling Before the Ring and let it dry. Then I applied clear coat only to the places I wanted the glitter to stick and dipped each nail in.

These glitters are my new favorite nail toy :)










21 comments:

Agnes said...

Wow, that looks so gorgeous!

LemonyEmily said...

Wow that looks great!! i had a go with some loose glitter - it was messy but worth it!!
i love the ulta colour aswell, lovely manicure.
Emily @emilysnailfiles

Tamara said...

WOW, this is SO great!! <3

shows-n-styles said...

so pretty, where do you get the glitters from?

Natalie said...

Oh, I LOVE it! So pretty! :)

AmyGrace said...

Awesome! I'm a big fan of using glitter this way, the result is always great =)

Megan Harmeyer said...

What a great idea - I never thought to just dip them in! I might have to try that out.

2espresso said...

Wow, this looks amazing! <333
I just got several beautiful mixed glitters from ebay a week ago, and thats a great idea what to do with them! I always need this kind of inspiration.

xxx

Blanca1018♥ said...

Wow... they turned out gorgeous... I've always wanted to try this out but they never seem to come out good enough...

SemiglossyNails said...

I've been wanting to try the LA Splash gltters. Nice look!

Mason K. said...

OMG, i love purple thats so cute!! i love your blog will you check out mine? www.lilnailcutie3.blogspot.com

Cel said...

OMG this is fabulous! I just love your idea, and the colours you chose for this mani are fantastic <3

Une Ruxi à Paris said...

This look lovely!! like a stary night

~*~ Dollface ~*~ said...

OMG! I am in love with this look!! GORGEOUS!!!

Shieldmaiden96 said...

It just makes my brain happy to look at that. If I could only get my nails long enough to do something like that...I'm an EMT and it always seems like I get them long and then get paged for one good crunchy metal car accident and when I get back to the station seven of them are broken. I think I need a base coat with titanium in it or something!

Lucy said...

Love that look! I'll have to try it. Great color combination.

Zara said...

That looks amazing! I've shied away from LA Splash glitters because they cost more than I feel like they should, but I think I'll have to get some now...

ABOP (laquerlove on MUA) said...

Love this!

~♥Shelly♥~ said...

LOVE it!!!!!!!

Lily nail said...

i loove this gadient !!
it s remind me i don't do gradient before a long time !

ingerzoektkamer said...

I love this. So pretty!

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