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This was actually the nails I did a couple of days back so sadly I am not wearing these beautiful babies, but they were the most fun and pretty nails I`ve ever did myself! It was really easy once you got the hang of doing these! This actually is my 2nd attempt. The first attempt didn`t go out well maybe because of the colors I choose or how I was really impatient to wait for the polish to dry. I first applied two coats of China Glaze`s White on White then I applied Essie`s Mint Candy Apple on a sponge and a layer of Turquoise and Caicos under Mint Candy Apple. I sponged both shade over the nail beds to get the gradient affect. (Turquoise and Caicos is a horrible shade for ombre nails since the color is not pigmented!) I suggest that you find really pigmented shades to do your nails with since shades that are not pigmented will be harder to transition the colors onto the white nail beds. Sponge when you know the white nail beds are completely dry! I also suggest to start sponging in the middle and be careful not too much into the whites. I sealed everything with my Out the Door top coat and tada my mint green ombre nails are complete!
<Strong> What do you think of my ombre nails? Would you try something like this? Comment down below :)<Strong>