Manicure: Blue ombre dotticure nail art with Essie and China Glaze nail polishes

Blue ombre dotticure nail art with Essie and China Glaze nail polishes
I admit that this mani is more of a puddle-icure than a dotticure. I do not have steady hands, and, with the dotting tool and a few hours' time, I managed these irregular puddles. I used:

  • Rimmel All White Now as the base
  • Essie Aruba Blue
  • China Glaze Aqua Baby
  • China Glaze Flyin High
I didn't apply the top coat as I'm going to take it all off now and just go with a plain old polish, no art, no effects. Maybe O.P.I. Ink, since I'm feeling quite blue.
Blue ombre dotticure nail art with Essie and China Glaze nail polishesIf anyone has done a dotticure with a tool, please, please let me know how you get perfectly round dots in varying shapes. I'm also not sure you can tell that there are three different blue polishes in there.
I prefer the Konad pens with the dotting attachment - you squeeze to get the dot; no dipping required. Problem is, those come in limited colours. I'm not going to do another dotticure for a loooong time. I'll go dotty if I do.
  1. Gosh, really? Thanks! xx

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  2. Ombre polka dots... sounds funky but looks quite intricate

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  3. Aww this looks super cute! Puddle-icure ^_^

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  4. Why are you feeling "blue"... hope that was just a pun on the blue polish theme going on? This looks like it took a lot of patience and I like it!

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  5. Thats a cute nail. I love it :)

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