Sparkly New Year's Eve Ombré Nails - Nail Tutorial 1. Basecoat, such as Essie Millionails 2. Black nail polish, such as Essie "Licorice" 3. Gold nail polish, such as Essie "Good as Gold" 4. Glitter polish, such as Essie's "Rock at the Top" 5. Makeup sponge 6. Topcoat, such as Essie Good to Go
Another pinner said - Essie "Good to Go" Rapid Dry Top Coat is hands down THE best top coat I have used. I am a fan of the gel polish manicures at the salon, however, in an attempt to save a few dollars I have been doing my own nails with traditional polish. When I do my nails I make sure to use Essie's "Good to Go" top coat! You can find yours for under $8.00 at Target stores.
Quick video on how I made the french fade I found it kinda hard to get a good gradient by using the 'normal' method, so I tried to use this method and I think it worked great! ~ The purple stuff is liquid latex from @nailcandiofficial ~ Polishes used: H&M 'french manicure base' Essie 'good to go' @madam_glam 'snow white' Get 30% off at madamglam.co
top coat 101 to keep your mani perfectly polished! Prevent chips with 'no chips ahead, add shine with 'call it even', and get a quick dry with 'good to go'! Looking for a matte finish? Check out 'matte about you'! What about long-lasting shine -- check out the essie 'gel setter' top coat! Pick the top coat to best fit your needs.