NailArt | Thanksgiving Inspired Cheesecake Gradient Nails

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Hey guys! Today I have another look featuring polishes sent to me for review from Pretty Woman NYC! If you aren’t following them on instagram you might want to hop over, they are doing hourly giveaways all day long!

Red Ceramic at 1 coat no topcoat

I began my gradient with 1 coat of Red Ceramic, the formula on this one is pretty thick and had to be convinced to level out but I love the semi matte finish it dried down to! It was completely opaque in 1 coat.

NailExperiments Easy Peel Latex Barrier

Next I went in with @nailexperiments Easy Peel Latex Barrier to protect my skin and make cleanup a breeze!

Red Ceramic to Cranberry gradient

Next I used a makeup sponge and applied a generous amount of Red Ceramic with a touch of Cranberry from the gelogic line towards to bottom, taking care to overlap the colors. I then rocked the makeup sponge onto my nail and then dabbed to blend. I did have to reload my sponge a few more times to get the color I was looking for. Once I had the gradient done I topcoated with Flash Dry fast dry topcoat from Bohemain Polish.

Red Gold White Splatter

Next I used the Red Gold White glitter from the splatter line and carefully applied to my tips. The suspension base in this polish is super thick but I found that the glitters were really dense as well. I topcoated once more with Flash Dry.

Glossy macro

I then topped it off with a matte topcoat, I really enjoyed this mani both ways!


If you are interested in picking up your own polishes from Pretty Woman NYC use my coupon code JESSICA for 40% off from the 24-27th! That’s it for today, stay tuned for more nail art and swatches coming soon!

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