Hi there. Today I have a simple glitter gradient to share with you!
Pink and green is among my many favorite color combinations, so I love this a lot.
This is very simple to do. All you need is a sponge, a dark base, and a bright glitter nail polish to execute this look.
The dark I used was Dainty Digits Polish Suburban Blackout, the green glitter was Sugar Coated by Milani and the pink glitter is Sugar Burst, also by Milani. Dainty Digits was an indie nail polish brand that I believe has now rebranded with a new name. I just found out today that Milani apparently doesn't make nail polishes anymore!! I seriously wonder why. I looked them up and saw that they still sell makeup, but just not nail polish. 🙁 That's so unfortunate because I used to really like their nail polishes. Hopefully one day they'll maybe start making nail polishes again because they were excellent at it.
I don't have links to the specific nail polishes I used, because they're all super old and no longer being made apparently. :/ As I said, you just need a dark base and bright-colored glitter.
Links to tools and products:
Makeup Sponges: https://amzn.to/3Yxe9WW
Sally Hansen Double Duty Strengthening Base & Top Coat (I exclusively used this as a base coat only; it wasn't a good top coat at all.): https://amzn.to/3RDsfE1
INM Out The Door Super Fast Drying Top Coat (the top coat I used back then): https://amzn.to/3x2tnb6
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4 thoughts on “Bright Neon Glitter Gradient Over a Dark Base; 2014”
These are so cute with that hint of sparkling green. Beautiful choice to begin the third month of 2023.💚
I thought these fit the Spring time quite well. As always, thanks for your comments.💚
When I revisited these…the tips looks as they are bits of crushed lime candy. So cute and festive.💚
Oh wow, yes. I can see that, haha! Thank you so much💚