Gradient dotticures never get old to me. They’re such a quick, easy option for nail art & sometimes I’m all about the quick & easy manicures! While I used to be able to stay up all night creating complex & time consuming design, I just don’t always have that option anymore (& when I do the next day is always rough!)
For anyone who is just getting into nail art, I’m always quick to suggest trying out dotticures because you don’t really need any tools since a bobby pin works easily, & they’re hard to mess up! Back in the early days of my nail art journey, I probably wore a gradient dotticure twice a week if not more. There is just so many ways to do it!
For this manicure, the polishes I used were:
- Base Coat: Cutex Brittle Nail Fix
- Top Coat: Cutex Quick Dry Top Coat
- Essie Splash of Grenedine
- Essence Black is Back
- Sally Hansen Hard As Nails Hard to Get
- Essie No Place Like Chrome
- Small Dotting Tool or Bobby Pin
Quick & easy. I’ve been looking back at super old manicures from my early nail art days & thinking about doing a whole beginner nail art series featuring some of my early nail art designs & some tips for starting out!
What do you think of this dotticure? Do you love a good gradient dotticure too? Let me know in the comments below!