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We’ve seen lots of ombre techniques in the past, but this one is pretty cool because it’s done on your bare nails and has more of a stain effect than looking like actual nail polish. This was much easier than I thought it was going to be, but you should be prepared to practice once or twice before doing the actual mani. It’s all about technique!

Coral, Teal, and Sparkly nails with a feather accent • This is the perfect design for summer!

Another way to do a sponged gradient! Links to blog with lots of nail art, hair, make-up, and arts and crafts ideas and tutorials.

Sarah Surette showed us how creative she is with her cool nail art this week. We love the bright colors. Summer is in full swing.

Painted the darker color first and then used a sponge to apply the second color. This is pretty rock star.

Fading Nails. Sponge on pink, then purple, then black and add a top coat!

See how the gradient worked itself out. just put paint lines on cosmetic sponge it soaked it all up dab on nails the colors magically blended together.