Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Simples: UberChic Beauty Radiating Crescents Gradient Nail Art

Hey lovelies,
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Happy Hump Day!  It's official I'm really on a roll!  I am really getting a lot of inspiration these days and so the nail art is just coming.  I decided not to film all the nail art I create particularly the more simple mani's.  At some point I may just post up a video of 5-6 easy looks in a compilation.  Today's nail art is super simple while being pretty and bright! It feels perfect for spring or summer & got me a few compliments as well :)

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Mmm to this day gradients are my favorite.  They are super easy to create & make fantastic bases for nail art!  With the simple crescents this ends up being elegant & clean while not taking a ton of time to create.  What is your favorite kind of base for nail art...gradients or plain polish or something else?

Products Used

📌Basecoat: UNT Peel Off Basecoat:
📌Topcoat: Poshe Fast Drying Topcoat: or (Lot of 3)
📌Gradient: Essie On The Roadie, Chillato, Mint Candy Apple
📌Stamping plate: UberChic Beauty UC 27-02:
📌 Stamping polish: Masura 904-210 Paradise

I can't seem to remember when I purchased these Essie polishes but this brand also happens to be my favorite when it comes to creating gradients and watermarbles because in general Essie's formulations are awesome.  They tend toward one coats or two coats for max opacity and most of them are self leveling so they spread out on the nail plate quickly.   I don't think any of the polishes I used are from the most recent collection though, except maybe Chillato, because I haven't been picking up polishes recently when swinging by Target.

Btw this plate in Collection 27 from UberChic has some of my favorite type of designs as well .  This is a plate that has a ton of images that are easy to stamp over gradients because a lot of them are stand along and bold looking.  It also happens to feature several geometrics that make my heart leap so expect to be seeing more looks for this plate!  Btw this is technically a magnetic mani but the shift ended up being so subtle across the stamping I couldn't capture it on film though I loved the contrast of this color against the gradient.

So what do you think?  Is anyone interested in seeing maybe a longer compilation video of several "simple looks"?  Again these were super easy to create which is why I didn't bother with a tutorial, but maybe across several simples I can post a single video.  Let me know what you think.  I don't know about everyone else but I'm not ready yet to start switching to darker fall themed polishes just yet though that season is rapidly approaching!  Alright thanks so much for reading and I'll see you next post...

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