Flower Gradient Nail Art with Girly Bits Cosmetics January 2017 nail polish duo

Purchased by Me buttonGood morning all! I hope that you are having a good Memorial Day weekend if you are in the USA, and a good Monday regardless. Every Memorial Day, my children and I go to lay flowers at my uncle’s grave. His remains were recovered from the Vietnam War and came home a few years ago. It has always been my honor to go visit every year and lay flowers at his grave and pay my respects. At any rate, I do have some nail art to show you today with Girly Bits Cosmetics In One Year and Out the Other, Girly Bits Steely Resolution, Dreamland Lacquer Dragonberry II [Hella Holo Customs polish], and nail gems from Crystal Parade.

Girly Bits Cosmetics In One Year and Out the Other | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Girly Bits Cosmetics In One Year and Out the Other macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

I started off with In One Year and Out the Other. This is a pale pink with hot pink specks, golden shimmer, and pink to green UCC flakes. This is 2 coats and no top coat.

Girly Bits Cosmetics Steely Resolution and In One Year and Out the Other gradient | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Girly Bits Cosmetics Steely Resolution and In One Year and Out the Other gradient macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

I then created a gradient with Steely Resolution and IOYaOtO.

Girly Bits Cosmetics Steely Resolution and In One Year and Out the Other gradient close up | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Girly Bits Cosmetics Steely Resolution and In One Year and Out the Other gradient holographic | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Steely Resolution is a taupe grey holographic polish with pink shimmer and pink/gold/violet UCC flakes.

Dreamland Lacquer HHC Dragonberry II, Polished Vino Delicate Dahlia, Girly Bits Cosmetics Steely Resolution and In One Year and Out the Other gradient | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Dreamland Lacquer HHC Dragonberry II, Polished Vino Delicate Dahlia, Girly Bits Cosmetics Steely Resolution and In One Year and Out the Other gradient macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Using the Delicate Dahlia nail vinyls from Polished Vino, I placed them on each nail then painted over with Dreamland Lacquer Dragonberry II [Hella Holo Customs polish].

Crystal Parade AB Jelly nail gem, Dreamland Lacquer HHC Dragonberry II, Polished Vino Delicate Dahlia, Girly Bits Cosmetics Steely Resolution and In One Year and Out the Other | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Crystal Parade AB Jelly nail gem, Dreamland Lacquer HHC Dragonberry II, Polished Vino Delicate Dahlia, Girly Bits Cosmetics Steely Resolution and In One Year and Out the Other macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Crystal Parade AB Jelly nail gem, Dreamland Lacquer HHC Dragonberry II, Polished Vino Delicate Dahlia, Girly Bits Cosmetics Steely Resolution and In One Year and Out the Other close up | Be Happy And Buy Polish

It didn’t quite look finished, so I added a nail gem from Crystal Parade’s Mixed Sized AB Jelly pack.

Crystal Parade AB Jelly nail gem, Dreamland Lacquer HHC Dragonberry II, Polished Vino Delicate Dahlia, Girly Bits Cosmetics Steely Resolution and In One Year and Out the Other holographi | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Crystal Parade AB Jelly nail gem, Dreamland Lacquer HHC Dragonberry II, Polished Vino Delicate Dahlia, Girly Bits Cosmetics Steely Resolution and In One Year and Out the Other holographi | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Surprisingly to me, top coat changed how Dragonberry II looked! It went from a deeper violet to a brighter pink. I talked it over with the maker and we think that it’s because it was used over a different brand’s polishes. I’m not worried, I love the polish!

Anyway, I know this is a longer post but I really loved how this turned out. It was definitely eye-catching and I wore it for days! Let me know your thoughts in the comments.

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