Powdery Stripes

Allo polish Pals,
How are you today? I hope you've had a great weekend so far. This weekend has been a real mix! Yesterday I launched a full cleaning assault. Mr Bravo was away playing Super League Darts (I did say he was good!) and I needed to keep myself busy. I always miss him, how soppy! Today we walked to the big mall and for the first time ever we saw a double rainbow! if I'd only have had my phone with me to snap a picture :( Boo. Anyway.. Today's post was created earlier this week and I have to admit I am struggling to remember what colours I used, ha.

On all my nails I started off with two coats of DA's '18' which is a beautiful pearly white.
I then applied my striping tape in horizontal lines and with every other line I only took it half way alternating directions. On my thumb and pinkie I created a gradient using China Glaze's 'Something Sweet', Picture Polishes 'Sky' and Barry M's 'Prickly Pear'.

Then on my remaining fingers another gradient using Essie's 'Cool Cascade', Picture Polishes 'Wisteria' and another blue I can't remember ~ Sorry! I of course finished off with my Seche Vite top coat.

In my opinion its not the all time greatest gradient I've ever done but I am happy with the colours.
What do you think of this look? So you like the softer colours on the thumb and pinkie?


  1. Wow, this is stunning! Love this manicure. <3

    1. Thank you so much Ann-Sofie, I wasn't sure how this would go down well with two faint gradients and then three nails of a brighter gradient! I hope you had a great weekend! xx

  2. this is so pretty, the colors are really soft and beautiful!

  3. I like both gradients. They are a good combo! It really sucks when you see something special and can't take a picture...

  4. Lovely, lovely ,lovely Ithi! I need to pin this and try it, but of course it'll never result so perfect!

  5. This looks so pretty and delicate! I love the colors you used!


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