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Nail Challenge Day 13: Cheer yourself

I've been called the Gradient Queen before :) I love doing gradients and have done quite a few using the regular method of polish and sponges but seeing a revamped version using stripper brush polishes puts a fun twist to my favorite manicure :)


Get the Look:
1. Start off with your base coat and a yellow green base colour. I'm using Def Defying by China Glaze. 
2. Using a dark green stripper brush polish, apply long brush strokes about three quarter way up the nail from the tip. I'm using Nail Fusion by Sacha Cosmetics in Vintage Green.
3.  Repeat using blue but keep the ends of the strips just a bit lower than the dark green ones. I'm using L.A.Colors pop art in Sapphire.
4. Complete the gradient using a black stripper polish. I'm using Nail Fusion by Sacha Cosmetics in Black.
5. Seal in your design with a top coat :) 


Stay tuned for more nail challenge inspired nail art and don't forget to check out my challenge buddies.




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