Ombre nails

I just wanted to share my purple/pink ombre nails.  In person they look much more purple but in the photo they look really pink.  I think it was the flash. 




The colors used were Julep Helena and Zoya Heather.  Hope you like it!

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Hi Lovelyheather,


What a pretty combo. I love that Zoya shadeSmiley Happy

<3 Melissa

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It's beautiful!!  Love it!!  Your mixing of the colors was spot on; it looks like the polishes were from the kits that Sephora carries. 

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Ombre nails are so fun!  I love the idea of taking your base color & adding white to it to lighten each nail!  I'll def have to give this one a try.  Thanks for sharing Smiley Happy


xo, Mia

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So pretty! I am in love with that Julep shade you used! Smiley Happy 

Luv&Lipgloss, Diana

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How did you do this without the set? Did u mix the white in? Do tell! I bought the pink set but I want the purple set, just don't know how to achieve it without having all the colors...

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I started by painting my pinkie nail with the Julep Helena, this will be the darkest nail.  Then I sort of dabbed out a bit of the Helena onto a ziplock bag and added a tiny drop of the Zoya Heather (which is actually a very pale lavender).  You can use any sort of thing to mix the colors on (paper plate, a bit of plastic wrap, whatever).  Anyway, mix that up and paint your ring fingers.  Then add a tiny bit more of the light color mix it up and paint the next nail in line.  Continue this process until all nails have been painted.  It is very easy!

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Your nails look SO good lovelyheather! I love the colorful ombre trend, especially when the color pink is involved.

Whimsically yours,

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Very cute!!

Those colors are amazing together..

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