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Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Stamped Gradient Using OPI Euro Centrale Colours + QA28

Hey guys! Today I have a mani to show you that I did using my new OPI Euro Centrale mini set. :D
I skipped Aussie Nails Monday this week because I had a super busy weekend and then I just couldn't be bothered doing the theme this week LOL.

For the base colour I used You're Such a Budapest, which is a light periwinkle-ish purple. It's super pretty! :) It has a little teeny bit of a shimmer in it but it's not very noticeable at all! I did 3 coats of YSAB.
Then I used Can't Find My Czechbook with YSAB to create the gradient. I have a gradient tutorial video HERE if you are interested. :) This is a light sky blue colour.
Over the gradient on my ring finger I used Gloss n Sparkle "Cotinga" :) I've been looking for the perfect polish to use this with for AGES and I think it works over both these colours! :D Unfortunately I don't think Gloss n Sparkle sells this one anymore. :( I did get it probably about 6 months ago, though.

I then stamped over the gradient using plate QA28 from Born Pretty Store with Sinful Colors Snow Me White. :) How cute are the moustaches! :D I think the Born Pretty plates work great for the price! They're only around $3 each!

Kinda fell in love with this photo ^_^
Bonus bottle shot of Gloss n Sparkle "Cotinga"
What do you think?! :D I love the moustache stamp, it's so funny and cute haha!


Bibian Manifix said...

Looks so delicate and lovely !

ChrissyAi said...

This is so pretty, I love the colors. :)

Erin WU said...

Love these!! The color combo is so pretty :)

*~Sarah Lynn~* said...

I adore this color combo!

Polish Alcoholic said...

Lovely combo. Great job!

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