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Radial Gradient by Ordinary Misfit – Guest Post

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Hi everyone! I have a treat for you today! The lovely Michelle from Ordinary Misfit has come to visit my blog 🙂 I really love having her over here. She always creates such amazing nails. She is totally my mentor and my local nail crush! She was also sweet enough to feature me as blogger of the month over on her blog, so be sure to check out my featured posts over there!


Hi lovelies,

It’s always such an honour to be asked to do a guest post here and even more so when it is from MY Blogger of the Month.  Thank you so much for having me.

As usual, I asked for some guidelines.  I know the standards here are very high and I wanted to at least do something suitable.  Heather was kind enough to comply and gave me the following guidelines.

  • Radial gradient – Which I was very excited about because I have been meaning to try it. It also made me nervous because I had no idea if I was going to nail it or not.
  • Stamping – Always a favourite!

Seems pretty simple right?  Let’s see how I fared.

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I started with a base of Sinful Colors – Snow me white.  When that was completely dry I taped up and went to work with the sponge.  For the pink I used China Glaze – Glow with the flow and for the green I used China Glaze – Highlight of my summer.  Once the radial gradient was done I left that to dry completely as well.  I then stamped using BP-48 and MoYou stamping polish in black.  I then topcoated and enjoyed the neon goodness.

What do you think?  I really liked the neons together.  I used the butterfly stamping because Heather did throw it out there that she would not hate it if there were butterflies involved.  I do think it kinda works well with it too.  Do you think it does?

Thank you so much for having me here Heather and for challenging me a bit.  Pushing me to do something I have been putting off for ages.  Like just you can 😉


How gorgeous are these?! Thanks so much, Michelle! I love them! I also need to buckle down and do a radial gradient sometime! What do you guys think of her creation? I would love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.

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