Monday, 25 November 2013

Black Sheep Lacquer Confused Canary over a Subtle Green to Blue Gradient!

Hey everyone! Today I have another simple glitter-topped gradient to share!

I was planning to paint my nails all day yesterday, but due to a cell biology lab assignment I only ended up having time to do something quick and simple (read: I procrastinated by watching Star Trek Next Generation and shopping all weekend)! I can't honestly say the shopping was unproductive though, my mom, sister, boyfriend and I now all have wondrously soft and warm hoodies (and we match)! :P They're lined with fluffy amazingness so if anyone's looking for a hoodie like that, we got ours in the men's section of Tommy Hilfiger for 40% off! I'd seriously recommend them!

Anyways, back to the nails! I was a bit surprised by how subtle the gradient came out because I've done this same gradient before on my mom and the fact that it was two colours was more obvious. Maybe it's because I gave myself little nubbins before I painted these? Regardless, I absolutely love the two colours I used for this; China Glaze For Audrey (the greener one at the cuticle) and China Glaze Bahamian Escape (the bluer one on my tips)! I also completely adore the glitter topper I chucked on top, Black Sheep Lacquer Confused Canary! It has these silver holographic microglitters in it, so when the Sun makes an appearance on frosty mornings like this, looking at my nails makes me even happier! I topped all of this off with two coats of top coat, again, for maximum squishiness!

I saw that I hit 55 Google Friend Connect Followers yesterday I believe, and I just want to thank each and every one of you for following me! I seem to be gaining a following on most of my social media accounts and it makes me so incredibly happy, you have no idea! Thank you all so much! <3

Onto the pictures!

Black Sheep Lacquer Confused Canary

Black Sheep Lacquer Confused Canary

Black Sheep Lacquer Confused Canary

Black Sheep Lacquer Confused Canary

What do you guys think about these, are you a fan of subtle gradients? And do you love Confused Canary as much as I do? Thanks so much for reading everybody, happy Monday! =)

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