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Monday, 11 April 2016

The Digit-al Dozen does Gradient+ - Day 1 - Zoya & Mandala

Hi everyone! It is Digit-al Dozen week again! Yay! This month's theme is 'Gradient+' meaning that we will be using gradients as a base with other nail art elements! As usual, I'm really looking forward to seeing what everyone will come up with! 

I'm starting out the week with a couple of gorgeous Zoya polishes with their lovely scattered holographic finish, Payton and Blaze. Payton is a dark purple scattered holo and Blaze is a deep, rich red with the same finish. I started out with a coat of Blaze and then used a triangular cosmetic sponge to gradient using the two colours on each nail. 

The Digit-al Dozen does Gradient+ - Day 1 - Zoya Gradient & Moyou Mandala

I then used my clear stamper and my Moyou Mandala 03 plate with Barry M Gold Foil Effect polish. I love the gold against the rich jewel tones! I was a bit disappointed that the design covered up the gradient so much but that was my fault with the choice of image. I still love how these turned out and can't wait to use more designs from this plate. They are so pretty and detailed! 

The Digit-al Dozen does Gradient+ - Day 1 - Zoya Gradient & Moyou Mandala

What do you think of this mani? Don't forget to check out the manis from the other DD ladies today!

Where to Buy: 
Zoya
Barry M - Various retailers
Girly Bits Cosmetics (clear stamper)

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3 comments:

  1. The stamping is gorgeous! Its too bad it covered up your gradient a bit too much but I still love the overall look of it :)

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  2. These are beautiful! That stamping image is incredible!

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