Thursday, 15 November 2012

Foil gradient over Zoya Gloss collection

Hello lovelies,

So after the publishing my new video about how to do a glitter gradient, I have here all three Zoya Gloss polishes decorated with gradient. But this time I haven't used glitter but Zoya foil polishes. I wanted to show you the effect that using foil polish will create. It looks different but the technique is the same.

The first gradient is Zoya Apple over Frida:

Lucy's Stash - Zoya Apple over Frida gradient

Lucy's Stash - Zoya Apple over Frida gradient

Lucy's Stash - Zoya Apple over Frida gradient



Zoya Rory over Katherine:

Lucy's Stash - Zoya Rory over Katherine gradient

Lucy's Stash - Zoya Rory over Katherine gradient

Lucy's Stash - Zoya Rory over Katherine gradient



Zoya Mimi over Paloma:

Lucy's Stash - Zoya Mimi over Paloma gradient

Lucy's Stash - Zoya Mimi over Paloma gradient

Lucy's Stash - Zoya Mimi over Paloma gradient


Here's once again the tutorial of how to create this effect:




37 comments:

  1. Wow, these turned out gorgeous!

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  2. Oh my all of these are so GORGEOUS! Amazing job as always ^.^

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  3. Oh wow! I especially love the first one - that looks so unbelieveably classy! I love it.

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  4. Mimi over Paloma is my favourite! :)

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  5. Fabulous! I really love how it looks and I think that the last version is my favorite :)

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  6. Amazing like always!!:)

    http://todoslosesmaltessonpocos.blogspot.com.es

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  7. The last one is gorgeous!! You are so talented, and you make it look so easy like I could actually attempt this at home!

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  8. ta druhá kombinace je famózní! :-)

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  9. Luci, je to úžasné! Děkuji za video s návodem :)

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  10. really love the first and above all the last one <3 Congrats this is pretty!

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  11. All of these combinations look amazing, I'll have to try the glitter gradient again soon.

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  12. What exactly are the foil polishes? How are they different than a glitter?

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  13. All of these combos are amazing but the Zoya Mimi over Paloma combination has really caught my attention (which is really surprising since I'm not that into pinks)! Also thank you for the tutorial!

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  14. PS--the Mimi over Paloma kind of reminds me of a gradient you did with similar colours but a silver stamped design...loved that one too!!!

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  15. gah! The Zoya Mimi over Paloma is gorgeous!!

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  16. BEAUTIFUL. Your technique really makes them perfect.!

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  17. They all look so gorgeous! Especially the third one! So jealous of your pretty nails! I love pink and purple together but not often do I see it right!

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  18. Oh my gosh, I love them all but the last one is my favorite! Stunning combination! :)

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  19. BEAUTIFUL post! And the tutorial is great! Thanks so much for it...I love this look!

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  20. Lucy, these are utterly stunning! ^_^

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  21. this is amazing and a great idea!!!! I love the first and second ones the best! just beautiful!!!!

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  22. Oh my goooood, I don't know which one's my favorites, the are all so beautiful! I'm in love <3

    ♥♥♥

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  23. I nearly fainted seeing these!!!! Amazing and so inspiring!!!

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  24. OMG this is so amazing and clever!

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  25. Oh wauw...can't believe how glossy they are! Especially love the green manicure, they would go perfectly with my eyes :)

    Liefs, Renata

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  26. OH my! I love this sooo much. The second one reminds me of ice :)

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  27. I have to agree with everyone else about how amazing the last one is! I can't even say why I love it so much, but it's great for sure.

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  28. Beautiful! Love all the combinations! I'm definitely doing this for my Thanksgiving manicure with OPI deutsch you want me baby? and Sephora OPI Already Famous. Thanks :)

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  29. Wow... these are all stunning! Thank you for sharing your technique :)

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  30. Amazing! These manis are SO elegant all of them. I love how easy you make it sound!

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  31. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I always love your gradients and I was wondering how you did them, now I can recreate the look (and give credit to you, obviously!).

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  32. They are all pretty, but the last is the most amazing I think!

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  33. Thank you so much for sharing. I cannot wait to try this tonight. awesome!

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