Saturday, September 22, 2012

Luster Chrome Gradient

I decided to experiment again with China Glaze's Luster Chrome Collection, but this time with a gradient. I must admit, I'm not really confident with gradients - but it is something I would really like to do more of. Because of the compliments I received from the Luster Chrome stamping, I decided to use these again and see what else they can do.

Anyway - here's my gradient.

no plain jane, deviantly daring, chrome, china glaze, gradient, purple, green,

I only used two polishes from the collection this time, they were 'No Plain Jane' and 'Deviantly Daring'.

no plain jane, deviantly daring, chrome, china glaze, gradient, purple, green, holographic

As a top coat, I used my beloved Out The Door Holo topcoat. The unfocused image above shows how the holographic glitter adds that little bit more to the gradient. This was taken indoors with a flash. The polishes were applied over WnW Black Creme, laying these polishes over black if you want to stamp is what makes them pop. I used black again this time, because I have noticed (on my own nails) it doesn't look as foily or streaky when layered over black.

Seriously, if you don't have any polishes from this collection yet - you really should look into it. They are so ridiculously versatile. Have a great weekend!


  1. I love your choice of colours for the gradient! It looks stunning, so creative :)

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