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Gradient Nails

  1. Using the lightest of the two colours, paint your nails and wait for it to dry completely.
  2. On a flat surface, paint a generous amount of the colours right next to each other on to the plastic. Make sure they’re just about touching at the edges.
  3. Using a toothpick, swirl the two colours together where they meet. The area where they mix will determine the length of the graduation. So if you want a long graduation, mix a bigger section of the colours, if you want less of a fade, just mix them together a tiny bit.
  4. Take your sponge and dab it directly down on to the polish a few times.
  5. Dab the sponge directly down on to your nail. Keep dabbing lightly and moving it very slightly up and down your nail.
  6. Add a topcoat. Or two or three! The sponging makes this mani very bumpy so you may need a couple of topcoats just to even out the surface.
  7. Clean up all the excess using a brush dipped in acetone or polish remover. I use a q-tip dipped in remover for the big bits I can reach on my skin, then a small brush in pure acetone as I get closer to my nail and to make a crisp line near the cuticles.

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