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Day 4 of the N31DC–Pink Dot Gradient

Pink is one of my favourite colours (I know how stereotypically girly, right?) and I was overwhelmed with what to do seeing as how the possibilities were just endless! I decided to try a design that I had seen on Nailed It last summer with the only real difference being that my gradient goes in the opposite direction.

For my base I used Zoya-Shay and for the dots I used China Glaze-Empowerment, Color Club-Yum Gum and Color Club-Raspberry Rush. I loved how the gradient turned out and I think this would be a lot of fun in other coloured gradients like blue and green.

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Be sure to check out the other wonderful ladies also participating in this challenge!

Naomi @ Bellezza

Traci @ drinkcitra

Masha @ Lost in Lacquer

30 comments

  1. Love! Will try this for easter using pastel colors!

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    1. Exactly, I think pastel colours would be beautiful!

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  2. i love this!! the colors are gorgeous and i love the different sized dots :)

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  3. Awww...this mani is so cute! Love the different shades of pink. Do they glow in the dark? They seem like....

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    1. They don't, but they are so neon and bright that I totally understand that you would think so!

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  4. Aw this is so pretty and Jayne, loving checking out your designs and Traci's everyday ^^ xx

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    1. I'm glad you're enjoying them! They're fun to do!

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  5. Wow Jayne this looks so pretty!! How do you manage to create all those perfect dots with a polish brush?? You must have infinite patience... I can imagine how it feels if you happen to chip such work, I would be so angry!! lol

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    1. I use a dotting tool to make the dots. My topcoat is pretty good so I don't chip for a few days. I have broken a few nails on my right hand so I hide it a lot ;-)

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    1. OMG, me too! And they're so easy to do!

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  7. Gorgeous! I also stereotypically love pink too.

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    1. LOL, we're all stereotypical girls at heart :)

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  8. Very cute and fun! Did you use a toothpick or brush to make the dots?

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    1. I used a dotting tool. It's the best tool to make perfect circles with. The toothpick doesn't work too well for me :(

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  9. i love the way this looks!! shay was the perfect choice as the base.

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  10. sooo cute

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  11. Me likey! And I think I just might copy this! HE!HE!

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    1. It's so fast and easy to do. I want to see what you come up with!

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  12. Ahh! Love this dot gradient, Jayne! :D

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    1. Thank you!! I have to do this again!

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