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I have been on a small quest lately to try to find time to do some nail art.  While it’s slow going, I have been happy with the nail art I have been able to do.

Today I used 5 of the Salon Perfect Neon POP shades, along with Salon Perfect Sugar Cube and topped it off with Prism Break to give a holographic finish.

Let’s take a look!

SP Bottle

Basically to do this I grabbed a ziploc bag, a toothpick, a few latex free makeup sponges, Salon Perfect Sugar Cube, Bermuda Baby, Loopy Lime, Yowza Yellow, Traffic Cone and Fired Up Fuchsia, KBShimmer Prism Break and Salon Perfect Crystal Clear Top Coat.

To do the gradient, I followed this tutorial by The Nailasaurus, but went side to side instead of up and down for the gradient.

SP Bottle side

SP Bottle AL

KBShimmer Bottle

KBShimmer bottle full

I’ve been on a real neon kick and have been dying to try this style of mani out.  I am so thrilled with the results!

You can find all of the Salon Perfect shades at your local Walmart for $3.98 each

KBShimmer Prism Break (holographic top coat) can be found on the KBShimmer Website for $8.75

Hope you loved the mani, and I really am trying to get more nail art up, so hopefully you’ll see more soon!

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SP Bottle side

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I’m Lisa, a 36 year old mother of one energetic little boy. I live right outside of San Francisco with my son and my boyfriend. I work full time in an accounting office during the day and as a beauty blogger at night.

31 Comments

  1. I love this! How did you do your thumb? Just curious :) Love your blog!

    • Thanks Heather! The thumb is done with Fired Up Fuchsia (last color on my pinkie!) and Bermuda Blue (first color on my index!)… I cannot believe I didn’t take a full picture – I’m so use to bottle shots and placement. I’ll have to do it tonight

  2. I really like how you did this gradient, the blend of the colors is so seamless! The holographic top coat is also a beautiful touch

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