The Ultimate Holiday Glitter Gradient Design ~ Royal Blue And Silver Nails

Royal Blue And Silver Nails

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Hey everyone. How are you doing! I did the Glitter Gradient Nail Design recently which is perfect for this holiday season. I chose a blue nail polish to go with this silver glitter gradient. You can choose any color as per your preference. I feel these royal blue and silver nails will look gorgeous for Christmas!

Items and Tools I Used

  • Base Coat Nail Polish
  • Blue Nail Polish – Color Club, Trippie Hippie
  • Silver Nail Polish – NCLA Lax Jet Setter
  • Silver Glitter Nail Polish – Revlon Diamond Texture
  • Nail Art Detail Brush
  • Top Coat

How I did the Nail Design

Firstly, apply a good base coat on all your nails and let it dry. This will keep your manicure longer and prevent staining. Paint all the nails with a blue nail polish. I used Color Club Trippie Hippie. A stunning dark blue with metallic finish. After it is dry, apply a silver nail polish on the nails tips. It doesn’t need to be perfect as we will be layering a silver glitter to make an ombre.

Now apply a thick line of silver glitter below the tip line. The glitter shade I used is Diamond Texture by Revlon. It’s a gorgeous glitter shade with beautiful pigmentation and shine. By using a detail nail art brush, gently drag the glitter upward and downwards. This will create the gradient effect by smoothly blending the glitter in both the colors. This is an easy way to do ombre/gradient design with out using a sponge. Seal the whole design with top coat and you’re done!

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How do you like this Glitter Gradient Nail Design. Share your thoughts in the comment box below. I would be happy to hear from you 🙂

Enjoy and Thank you for stopping by. Don’t forget to check my Nail Art section for more awesome Nail Art Tutorials!

XOXO

Demi

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2 Comments:

  1. That looks amazing.
    Does it cost much for all the equipment you need?
    I usually just go to a salon but I guess after a few a temps I could get better at it and do it myself.
    Did it take you long to get go at doing your own nails this good?

    • Thank you for liking it Charlotte. I didn’t use much tools in this design other than a detail brush. You can get those on ebay for few dollars. And you can choose budget friendly nail polish brands too. It took me up to a year of practice to get perfection in doing nail art!

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