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Autumn to Winter Gradient | Twinsie Tuesday

The Twinsie Tuesday prompt this week is all about the transition from fall (autumn) to winter. I kept it simple and represented the transition with an autumn to winter gradient.

I was already wearing OPI Muir Muir On The Wall, which is a lovely autumnal colour. I decided to gradient to a white colour, to represent snow.

I have a lovely, shimmery white, called Sno Baby, by Rococo that I thought would do the trick. I expected it to show whiter on the nails though, but maybe it didn’t show up so brightly because it was sponged over the top of such a dark colour. It seems a bit more silvery than white.

Autumn to winter gradient, using OPI Muir Muir On The Wall and Rococo Sno Baby
Autumn to winter gradient, using OPI Muir Muir On The Wall and Rococo Sno Baby

It does sparkle nicely in the light though, just like snow does.

Autumn to winter gradient, using OPI Muir Muir On The Wall and Rococo Sno Baby
Autumn to winter gradient, using OPI Muir Muir On The Wall and Rococo Sno Baby

 

 

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Please take a look at all the other autumn to winter transitional manicures from the Twinsies this week:

 

 

For this manicure I’ve used:
  • Gradient: OPI Muir Muir On The Wall and Rococo Sno Baby
  • Top coat: Sally Hansen Insta-Dri


All manicure images are copyright to Kerruticles unless otherwise mentioned.
OPI Muir Muir On The Wall, as used for this post, was sent to me for review. All views expressed in this post are my own, honest and unbiased opinions.

 

Comments

julia
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I like this ombre effect!

Lisa N.
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The gradient is amazing. The colors go well in it.

Marisa
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This is gorgeous!!

Sarah T
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This is so pretty! I love the icy look of Sno Baby!

Sara
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Snow is coming… Here in Italy it is still warm!

Nikki
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Big fan of these nails — the colors are beautiful together and your photos are amazing!

Stephanie
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I love this gradient! 🙂 Ya I guess the base color made it more silver than white but silver always makes me think of winter too so it works!

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