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Nail Art Tutorial: Spring Gradient With Copper Stamping

Nail Art Tutorial: Spring Gradient With Copper Stamping

03.01.16

By semick

Leni is a 29-year-old German nail blogger (nailsreloaded.de). Today she has a picturesque floral stamping design over a pastel gradient for you. Here’s how she did the look, step-by-step.

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Step 1: Apply base coat. Then paint one layer of a light pink nail polish (Essie Fiji). Leni protected her cuticles with P2 Peel Off Basecoat Peel Off Base Coat.

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Step 2: Now apply the light pink and a mint polish (Essie Mint Candy Apple) on a makeup sponge to create the gradient. At the very end, you will still need to the clean up with a nail polish remover pen. Add a very thin coat of top coat before stamping, so that if something goes wrong, you have the chance to correct it with a cotton swab and nail polish remover.

For stamping, Leni use a floral pattern from the Pro Collection XL 06 stamping plate by MoYou London and a metallic nail polish (Essie Penny Talk).

Step 3: Clean up around your cuticles again and use top coat for long-lasting shine.

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Shares Leni, “I love pastel colors for spring, and this year, I also adore copper! Now your manicure is all ready for the season!”

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Find more of Leni’s nail art online:

Instagram:  @nailsreloaded.de
Facebook: facebook.com/nailsreloaded
Pinterest: de.pinterest.com/nailsreloaded
Youtube: youtube.com/user/nailsreloaded

Images by Leni from nailsreloaded.de

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