CND Vinylux Rhythm & Heat Gradient

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Hello! A few weeks back I showed you the CND Vinylux Rhythm & Heat collection that I won from SweetSquared on Twitter, what I never got round to was showing you the nail art that I did with some of the polishes. I decided to use the three warm colours to make a summery gradient.

CND Rhythm & Heat gradient with floral stamping
CND Rhythm & Heat gradient with floral stamping

What I used:

  • CND Vinylux Shells In The Sand (pastel peach creme)
  • CND Vinylux Mambo Beat (coral creme)
  • CND Vinylux Ripe Guava (pink/berry creme)
  • MoYou London Bahamas Punch (yellow stamping polish)
  • Uberchic 6-02 stamping plate
  • Liquid Latex
  • *Born Pretty Store clear stamper
  • HK Girl Glisten & Glow topcoat
CND Rhythm & Heat gradient with floral stamping
CND Rhythm & Heat gradient with floral stamping

I started with two coats of Shells In The Sand, then sponged on a gradient of the three colours. Unfortunately my camera isn’t picking up the pink tones of Ripe Guava right at the tips of my nails, making it look red instead. I think the combo was just too much for it!

Once that had dried, I stamped on the flower from Uberchic plate 6-02. I tried to get it in different positions on each nail to add some interest. I think the yellow worked nicely against the gradient.

CND Rhythm & Heat gradient with floral stamping
CND Rhythm & Heat gradient with floral stamping

I loved wearing these, they looked so pretty!

See you soon,

Love,

Jo x

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