All of my nail art creations are real designs I’ve painted on my nails for my real life. I usually put a new design on each weekend and wear it for the rest of the week. Since real life can be unpredictable, some weeks it can be harder than others to find enough time to actually create. Times like these are a great time to just let beautiful polish shine. But if you’re like me and want to do a little more than just one color on every nail, this fall gradient design is a great alternative.
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For these gradient nails, I rounded up a selection of some fall hues. Ultimately I selected five shimmering shades that created a warm-toned ombre for autumn. I painted each nail in succession over my base coat, darkest on my pinky nail to lightest on my thumbnail. For a little something extra, I added a single black rhinestone to the base of each nail. To apply the stud, I dropped a dot of top coat where I wanted to adhere the rhinestone and with a pair of tweezers, placed each stone. Before the drop of top coat gets too dry, follow up with another coat over the stone to seal it all up. Voila! Quick, easy fall gradient nails!
Try this gradient nails technique next time you need a quick polish change, but want something a little more than just one color for all ten nails!