Orange and Red Gradient Leopard Nails | 40 Great Nail Art Ideas
Last Friday’s 40 Great Nail Art Ideas group theme was three shades of red/orange. My own personal prompt was leopard. The two worked OK together, so I was pleased, and the result is these orange and red gradient leopard nails.
The gradient is made from a pale orange (Revlon Sorbet), a mid orange (Barry M Block Orange) and a red (Barry M Blood Orange). The three colours combine for a really striking gradient. They’d be great as the base of a tropical silhouette manicure … you know, palm trees at sunset sort of thing.
To create the leopard spots, I used the end of the brush to roughly add some red over the light orange and vice versa. Then I used a dotting tool to add the black outlines.
I didn’t like it shiny, so added a matte top coat, which I much preferred.
This is the latest I’ve been with my 40 Great Nail Art Ideas manicure. I had a really busy Bank Holiday weekend watching my son play cricket each day. He played for his school, then for his club and then for Surrey District, completing wiping out all my weekend free time!
- Gradient: Revlon Sorbet, Barry M Block Orange and Barry M Blood Orange
- Leopard spots: Revlon Sorbet, Barry M Blood Orange and W7 Black
- Top coat: Barry M Matte Top Coat
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Such a lovely leopard print and gradient combination. The colors are perfect for the warmer season too.