Gradient and Floral Nails

Hello everyone!

I have yet another girly design for you today, but this time I tried my hand again at freehand flowers! I find that every time I try them out, I improve on them a lot and I’m pretty happy with how they turned out this time 🙂

One of my favorite polishes at the moment is Floss Gloss “Lavish”, a radiant lavender creme. It is an absolutely gorgeous color and I haven’t worn it in so long!

I created a white to purple gradient and then put some pink flowers over the top. For the flowers, I used Floss Gloss “Perf”, OPI Infinite Shine “Running With the In-finite Crowd”, and a little bit of a white nail polish. The leaves are LVX “Mynt” and Essie “Shake Your $$ Maker”.

I think that this gradient and floral look is so elegant and pretty! I kinda want to try this design in a few other color combinations 🙂

When doing my freehand floral, I used this nail art palette ring from Born Pretty Store to make things easier. I put a dot of the polish I was using onto the metal ring, then used my brush to paint the floral pattern on my nail. This made the process a lot easier, and I absolutely love this idea! I often use a scrap of paper or something, but this is really cute and reusable. To clean it, I just used a cotton ball and nail polish remover.

**If you’re interested in purchasing this ring, don’t forget to use my code NSBW10 for 10% off on!

I also used Mess No More by Mini Mani Moo to minimize cleanup when doing my gradient. You can find it here!

Watch my video tutorial for this design here:

I hope you guys like this mani as much as I do! 🙂

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