Monday, 7 January 2013

Gradient nail art - swatches

Do you remember that I showed you Ciaté's Big Yellow Taxi last week?
(If not click here ;)) Anyway, before removing it I did a gradient with it.
I did a kind of yellow/gold/bronze/brown gradient :)
Maybe not my best of gradients but I think it turned out pretty ok anyhow ;)

I used Ciaté Big Yellow Taxi, Orly Luxe and BB Couture Glampyre.


This gradient gives me a sort of burnt umbre feeling with it's dramatic contrasts ;)

What feeling does it give you?

16 comments:

  1. Kul nail art, speciellt eftersom färgerna är så oväntade. Jag tycker att gradienten påminner om något som brunnit, dvs att det starkt kulört gula har tagit eld men sen släckts så det lämnats lite smutsbrunt, men fortfarande varmt. Coolt i mina ögon iaf! ;)

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    1. Ja, nu när du beskriver det så ser jag det framför mig! :D Jättekul att du gillade det! Jag var osäker på om jag skulle visa det...

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  2. Really pretty! I like how the yellow contrasts with the gold and bronze shades!
    baci!xx

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  3. What a great gradient!!! And the yellow looks great on you. The gradient gives such an edgy twist :-)

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    1. Thank you! :D
      I guess this might not be the most common combination ;)

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    1. Tack! :D
      Vad glad jag blir att du gillar den! :D

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  5. This is such a beautiful nail art. Just found your blog and really like it. Keep up the good work :)

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    1. Oh thanks!
      Comments like yours gives me energy to try to do that little extra! Thanks for reading! :D

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  6. I just tried doing a gradient look for the first time, and I love it! I really like the colors you used - very unique and creative, and they all complement each other well.

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    1. Thank you so much! :D
      Yes, gradients are fun to do and the combinations are endless! :D

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