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Friday, February 8, 2013

Blue to Green Flakie Gradient

Hey guys. Here's an old "Night of the Living Draft" post that had been sitting in my unpublished posts for a while!

This flakie gradient was made using Inglot 204 (the blue flakie) and Finger Paints Flecked (the green flakie) over a base of OPI Black Onyx. You may have seen a similar manicure on More Nail Polish -- I love her three color, mattified version!

This look is an easy one to achieve. You apply each flakie color like you would a glitter gradient, concentrating one flakie color at each end of the nail. After you have applied both colors, grab the one you applied first and add a couple of extra flakes to the middle of your nail. This helps to give the flakies a more "blended" look.


  1. Love it! The flakes look like fish food! hee hee

  2. These are so pretty! I love the color combination!

  3. happens to the best of us, unposted drafts are a pain sometims. Anyways his is gorgeous and i could see it being matte!

  4. Always a fan of flakies, and no different for this one! <3

  5. Magnifique, j'adore, très jolie manucure

  6. Absolutely beautiful. Thanks for the link love, I'm totally fan girling right now!

  7. Mesmerized.....I can't wait to do this as the FingerPaints have been sitting on my shelf all lonesome down there!

  8. This is ridiculous awesome. I love it.

  9. I love this! I've just ordered my first bottle of flakies :)


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