Before we get onto the nail art, lets see some swatches of the colors on their own!
This is Vintage Blue. A pale blue creme that is almost a one coater! I don't think I've ever used a pastel creme that wasn't streaky and needing 3+ coats. This is 2 coats shown above.
Next, we have Sea Breeze. This is my favorite color of the three. It's a very squishy aqua creme, I almost want to call it a crelly(creme+jelly) finish. It was a little more sheer than the other two and needed 3 coats. Just look at the color and shine, no top coat! Just amazing.
Finally, we have Jade. This was similar to Vintage Blue and barely needed 2 coats. A gorgeous mint green creme.
I saw this creme gradient technique over at the Nailasaurus with a tutorial a while back and have really been wanting to try it out! Once these Avon polishes arrived, I knew they would be perfect for a gradient so I had to go for it. And I am so glad I did-- I just love how this turned out! I had no idea how smooth the gradient from color to color could look!
The colors went so well together, it's almost hard to tell there are 3 different colors on my nails!
I just love close ups!
Orly Nail Defense
1 coat of Avon Vintage Blue as a base color
Makeup sponge and Avon Vintage Blue, Sea Breeze, and Jade for the gradient
Cult Nails Wicked Fast
What do you think? I really liked these polishes and this mani is one of my favorites I've ever done. I'll definitely be doing this more often! Which is your favorite of the colors?
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They retail for $6 but are currently on sale as 2 for $6.99!
Thanks for reading!
*These polishes were sent for me to review with my honest opinion