How to make matte nail polish with a smooth transition of colors

Introduction

how to make matte nail polish with a smooth transition of colors - gradient

It is very fashionable to wear a so-called gradient nail design this season, where one color gradually changes into another. It looks beautiful and impressive and it is simple to make.

You´ll need

  • Two harmonizing colors of nail polish, for example burgundy and purple
  • Matte covering (finish layer)
  • Sponge
  • Cotton buds to correct errors

Steps

  • how to make matte nail polish with a smooth transition of colors - gradient

    Apply burgundy lacquer on nails.

  • how to make matte nail polish with a smooth transition of colors - gradient

    Now comes the main part – creating a smooth transition. Apply a purple lacquer on sponge.

  • how to make matte nail polish with a smooth transition of colors - gradient

    Transfer the sponge paint on a nail with burgundy polish with light quick movements.

  • how to make matte nail polish with a smooth transition of colors - gradient

    Apply more color on the tip of the nail. It will make the two colors look blended. .

  • how to make matte nail polish with a smooth transition of colors - gradient

    To brighten outcome manicure, put more purple polish on the tip of the nail, It needs to be applied with a brush.

  • how to make matte nail polish with a smooth transition of colors - gradient

    Nail polish on the skin may be removed with a cotton buds soaked in acetone.

  • how to make matte nail polish with a smooth transition of colors - gradient

    The result is a very bright and beautiful design.

  • how to make matte nail polish with a smooth transition of colors - gradient

    If these nail polishes have a glossy cover, then the transition will be smoother and quite unnoticeable. It will also be shinier than usual.

  • how to make matte nail polish with a smooth transition of colors - gradient

    And if you want to design a not so shiny combination of colors you can use a matte finish. It will also make the transition between the two colors smoother.

Warnings

  • If you wish you can do it with three colors, which will move seamlessly with one another.

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Comments

  1. Uma 16 July 2013 :

    I used 3 different nail colors for this tutorial and they turned out awesome and I got really nice compliments. The gradient effect is so cool. You can use pastel gradient colors this spring.

  2. opra 22 July 2013 :

    Count me in ombre and gradient nail art frenzy wagon. I used different shades of pink, (I used 4 colors) and used the same sponge technique and the result came out really good

  3. Puppy 24 July 2013 :

    I never thought of matte-ing it up with a matte top coat. Thanks for the idea though. I need to go shopping for a matte top coat sometime this weekend and I am wearing gradient nail on just my ring finger and kept the others single colored.

  4. Laric 04 September 2013 :

    This gradient effect looks smart, and moreover, it’s not so complicated to make. I think I’ll try it with three colors, I hope it will look even more gorgeous.

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