Hello lovelies! Yes it’s me — only we’re rocking some shorties again. (Okay, & I’m drinking a matcha lemonade — my other drink aside from coffee!) I mentioned I had a patch on my middle finger nail of a bad crack. I finally decided I was over trying to keep it from cracking worse, & decided to chop my my nails down.
Today I went with a simple but fun look to wear. I love a good gradient dotticure, but I realized it’s been a long time since I actually did one. This design was actually inspired by this look from 2016. I thought since we were back down to shorties, why not find some fun nail art to do on short nails!
The polishes I used for this manicure are:
- Base Coat: Londontown KUR Nail Hardener & Base Coat
- Top Coat: Seche Vive Fast Dry Top
- Londontown KUR Mint No Chip
- Sally Hansen I ❤️ Nail Art pen in purple
- Sally Hansen I ❤️ Nail Art pen in turquoise
- Sally Hansen I ❤️ Nail Art pen in pink
- Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Get Mod
- Itty Bitty Dotting Tool (NailStuff.ca Dotting Tool Trio)
How absolutely adorable as these itty bitty polka dots? You could definitely do this with a tiny dotting tool & an assortment of polishes, but I love those Sally Hansen I ❤️ Nail Art pens because it makes it so easy! I really wish Sally Hansen would bring them back, because they’re amazing for nail art — & mine are starting to empty out after all these years.
What do you think about this Gradient dotticure? Do you think you’d wear this fun (& easy!) look? Let me know all your thoughts down in the comments below.
& feel free to share any nail art you’d love to see me do on my new short nails!
Happy Friday! 🖤
2 Replies to “Itty Bitty Gradient Dotticure”
I love it! I would be over the moon excited to see you do a kitty peek-a-boo. Like, with the kitties ears and a bit of their faces peeking up on the ends of your nails. 😻
Oh that’s such a cute idea! I did on years ago, but it’s been a while so I will definitely give it another go! I absolutely love kitties.