Friday, 14 September 2012

China Glaze Bohemian Gradient NOTD

I had a whole other mani and post planned for today, but when I woke up this morning and saw THIS post from The Polished Mommy I changed my mind!
All of a sudden, the need for a Bohemian Gradient became urgent.



How pretty is that?!
This is done using the three colours that The Polished Mommy used on her ring finger.




I'd apologise for all the photos but I don't want to.
Just look at them!! 
They remind me a bit of oil on water.



There are just no words that do this justice.
I used my usual damp kitchen sponge technique over two coats of Barry M Black.
The China Glaze polishes I used are Swanky Silk, No Plain Jane and Want My Bawdy all from the Bohemian collection.

Must get back to staring at my nails.

♥ A ♥

37 comments:

  1. Aah, this is so, so awesome!! Totally, gorgeously oil slick and beautifully blended. You did an amazing job with these!

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    1. Thank you, it's beautiful isn't it! Still haven't taken them off! x

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    1. Thank you, the Bohemian collection is fast becoming my favourite! x

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  3. Gorgeos colours! laurenlovesmakeupxoxo.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thank you, the whole collection is stunning x

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  4. Splendid! So gorgeously marvelous! I'm in love! :D

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    1. Thank you, I'm in love with it too x

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    1. Haha, exactly how I felt when I first saw it! x

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  6. Oh my word, this is beautiful!

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    1. Thank you Claire, can't take my eyes off it! x

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    1. Thank you Emma, It's even more beautiful in the sun! x

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  8. that has to be the most beautiful gradient i have EVER seen, the colors, the transition, everything is done soo well! I'm a new follower :)

    www.nayabloves.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you and thank you for following! x

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  9. I like it AAAA LOT!
    You also make me think I should get more CG from the Bohemian collection


    x Joanna @ The Treasure Chest

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    1. Go on, your life will be better with them in it! ;) x

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  10. Oh my god! These are the most amazing nails I've ever seen!! I wish I could do the gradient effect that well, I am so impressed :)
    Found your blog through the bbloggers blog hop and read through a few of your posts already - definitely think it's a blog that I'm going to enjoy reading as I absolutely love all of your NOTD posts, seems right up my street! :) xx

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    1. Aw thank you Hannah! I'm so glad you like it and thank you for following! x

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  11. It's dangerous to look at the Polished Mommy's manis - they always make me want to run out and paint more.

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    1. I know I love everything she does x

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  12. Hi,

    came across your blog by the #bbloggers blog hop and i am loving your blog! keep up the good work!

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  13. Loving the colour combination, really fab! x

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  14. I found you on blog hop and I absolutely love nail varnish and nail art, I have followed you instantly. Great blog. xxx

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    1. Thank you Amy and thank you for following! x

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  15. this is so cute! i love the colours :)

    i found you from the #bbloggers blog hop :)

    www.myladyboudoir.blogspot.com

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  16. Very 70s!!

    I love it!!

    I'm also your newest follower, would love if you could check my blog out and follow back if you like it! :)
    http://champagnelambinibudget.blogspot.co.uk/

    I will also be having a giveaway when i hit 50 followers!!

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    1. Thank you, off to have a look now x

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  17. Did you do the tutorial on how you do your gradient with the damp kitchen sponge? I've been looking and can't seem to find it, I know back when you did your rainbow gradient with the Barry Ms you said you would have one coming

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