Pages

Monday, March 5, 2012

Another way to do a sponged gradient!

Ever have a day when you see something that totally changes how you look at something? Yea, that was me last night. I was browsing nail stuff online (as I so often do) and came across people doing a sponged gradient in a totally different way. (See here and here for examples.) It looked much easier than the tutorial I just wrote, and it looked just as good (if not better)! I had to try it out!

This is so much easier than the method I've been using. The tutorial can be summed up like this:
  • base coat
  • 2 coats of white
  • 2 coats of gradient stamping
  • top coat
And that's it! You cut a piece of sponge the size of your nail (or just paint an area the size of your nail), paint stripes of the colors you're using onto your sponge, then pat-pat-pat the sponge over your nail all at once. The gradient basically forms itself, and you're left with a very messy gradient that goes all over your fingers!



I sent a link to my friend, needing to share my excitement over this find. She didn't believe that it could look so smooth and pretty. Then she did it- she challenged me to prove to her it could look that smooth and soft. What could I do?

I pulled out my China Glaze Electropop collection and started painting. I only did one nail, as a proof of concept, and WOW was it messy. There's really no way to avoid getting the polish everywhere unless you tape off your fingers like you would do for a water marble. I'll have to try that next time...

Still, the one nail I did turned out beautiful. This wasn't enough for her... she didn't think it looked smooth enough, so I added a layer of topcoat over everything to meld it together.

Even though I know how much topcoat can pull a manicure together, I was still blown away at just how smooth this gradient was! It was so easy, and so pretty. That's one stamped coat of rainbow goodness on my index finger there, and it's absolutely gorgeous.

She was pretty gobsmacked too. She couldn't believe how fast and easy it was to get a gradient look like this. She's definitely looking at her ombre nails kit differently now.

So of course, I needed to do a full manicure like this, but I was too lazy to deal with 5 colors like I had in my test run. I ended up sticking with three pastel shades- I'm fairly sure I used Dance Baby, Sweet Hook, and Kinetic Candy.

As you can see, it worked beautifully. The stripes on the sponge really didn't look all that soft and gradienty, but on the nail? Gorgeous pastel softness. I'm just blown away at how smooth the transition is!

Cleanup was an utter nightmare, much like trying to clean up a water marble is. I used cotton swabs, brushes and acetone, and still had a horrible mess to clean up. Still... it's SO worth it!

I can just see doing all my nails in rainbows. You could also do angled gradients or vertical gradients, based on how you apply the colors on the sponge. I really am in love with this look!

Although now I'm thinking it would be fun with a pattern over it- I'm thinking zebra stripes, or maybe leopard print. My husband laughed when he saw it and said my nails look like easter eggs.

So, what do you think of this look? Would you wear it? Would you change it? Would you put a print over the top of it? Leave me a comment and let me know what you think of it...



So many awesome ways to create pretty results!
See my disclosure statement for more information.

150 comments:

  1. First off, I always put a print over the top of things! Haha. I'd wear these straight up for a day and then do a print or tape off some stripes and paint the rest black.. something along those lines.
    Secondly- WOW! I'm doing this asap. It sounds SUPER easy, and the result is really amazing. Love. It. Great job and thanks for sharing!!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. It really is easy! That's the crazy thing, it was so fast. I was blown away... I want to see your result!

      Delete
  2. Ive seen this done b4 and I love the colors you chose. Maybe do a subtle stamp over your ring finger ! :)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks! I'm still debating what to do, although I'm strongly leaning toward polka dots. That could be fun!

      Delete
  3. Replies
    1. Thank you so much! You should try it... it really is easy, and it's FUN!

      Delete
  4. I love the look! I can't wait to try it with some summer-y shades

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Me too... I'm definitely going to do a rainbow look with vibrant rainbow colors. I'll probably do a hot orange to hot pink too, or yellow to pink. That would look LUSH!

      Delete
    2. I'm linking to you today for my rainbow look! :)

      Delete
  5. What a fantastic idea, I'm going to try that! I discovered you through Hello Cotton.

    ReplyDelete
  6. Awesome idea, I'll definitely try it! Thank you, your gradient mani looks really great x

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you so much! Leave me a link to pics if you do!

      Delete
  7. This is really pretty and a great idea! I'll definite try this out when I've got some real spare time. It's going to take me awhile. :p x

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you! I'd love to see what you come up with when you do!

      Delete
  8. If u put oil around ur nails before stamping & finish off with ur topcoat. Wait for polish to dry & wash ur hands the nail polish on ur skin comes right off:) easy clean up!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. You're right, that's a great technique if you're dextrous enough to not get the oil on your nails. I'm... not that dextrous. :D

      Delete
  9. Its so easy to use a tube of chapstick to out line your nail then just rub it off. It even moisturizes! :) these are beautiful and I cannot wait to try this! I'm military and can't have color but I'm about to try my toes then hands for sure this weekend!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Oooh, that's fantastic! I wish I were coordinated enough to put oil or moisturizer on my fingers around my nails before I do them without getting it all over my nails. Unfortunately, even using a brush I tend to get it everywhere.

      Delete
  10. I'm confused. Do I paint the sponge or the nails?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Think of it like rubber stamping. You know how when you stamp something, you have to put ink on the stamp before you can stamp the image?

      Well, in this situation, the makeup sponge is your stamp, and the polish is the ink. You paint stripes of polish onto the sponge, then use the sponge to apply the polish to your nails. That way, the polish blends a bit in the sponge and on your nails, giving you a smooth gradient.

      Delete
    2. I was also confused, because in your post you instructed to " paint stripes of the colors you're using onto your nail".
      This is an amazing tip though! I can't wait to try it.

      Delete
    3. I was also confused, because in your post you instructed to " paint stripes of the colors you're using onto your nail".
      This is an amazing tip though! I can't wait to try it.

      Delete
    4. Awesome tutorial. I think you should change your post to ensure your readers know to paint the sponge. I was also a little confused when you said "paint stripes of the colors you're using onto your nail".

      Delete
  11. oh my gosh! i came across your pastel gradient nails on pinterest and they are so beautiful - i can't believe how easy it is to achieve that look! i can't wait to try it and i'm so glad i found your blog. :)
    xoamy
    www.cupcakesncouture.com

    ReplyDelete
  12. hello! :) i love this....so pretty..i do my gradient polish with sponge eyeshadow applicators and this gives lots more control and no clean up :) and indeed a leopard print over them looks kick butt...just did tat a few weeks ago :) seems we have the same taste in fun nails! awesome!

    ReplyDelete
  13. i learned this technique during my visit in korea! they made it look so easy... time consuming, but so pretty. i like to add glitter polish on top of these :) https://fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/321270_2098432394468_1655130023_1654086_1652716215_n.jpg

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Oooh, so pretty! Yea, I'm a glitter freak! :D

      Delete
  14. I love it! .....it looks great! I think you did a Wonderful job! I like it the way it is wouldn't put anything over it....but have to try it first to be sure.
    Clean up sounds like a hassle ....thats the only thing that may hold me back.
    I always try new things on my toes first, before going for the hands!
    Great idea though.....Thanks for sharing! :)
    ---Sandra

    ReplyDelete
  15. Love it I would love to try!! Maybe add some jewels or something like that.. I think a design on top of that would look cool!! It will be fun to play with to see what looks best!

    ReplyDelete
  16. Love it I would love to try!! Maybe add some jewels or something like that.. I think a design on top of that would look cool!! It will be fun to play with to see what looks best!

    ReplyDelete
  17. Love it I would love to try!! Maybe add some jewels or something like that.. I think a design on top of that would look cool!! It will be fun to play with to see what looks best!

    ReplyDelete
  18. Love it I would love to try!! Maybe add some jewels or something like that.. I think a design on top of that would look cool!! It will be fun to play with to see what looks best!

    ReplyDelete
  19. so fun! to make clean up easier you can first apply either chap stick or vaseline around the nail, it will wipe right off with a qtip and then a little extra acetone.

    ReplyDelete
  20. Can't wait to try this with my girls! It looks so pretty :)

    ReplyDelete
  21. FYI: I saw another tutorial on doing marbelized nails and she put lip balm around her nails before she applied the nail polish. It wipes right off your finger. Give that a try. Might make things easier.

    ReplyDelete
  22. A little tip for you.......If you wait till the next morning in the shower, then use loofah gloves or shower gloves that are really rough and a little body wash and scrub your cuticles, all the polish comes off of your fingers like magic and it's just left on your nail. Its pretty amazing! You do have to suffer the evening with them not looking great though. But the next morning after the scrub down it will look like a pro manicure! Thanks for the great tutorial. I will definitely be trying this look on my toes this summer!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. This is why I paint my nails an hour or two before bed. I don't care what they look like when I'm asleep and then I can wash dishes or shower the next day to remove all of the polish from my fingers.

      Delete
  23. Hey I have this nail helper thing that looks like a big compact but it has slots that you slide your finger in and it outlines your nail to keep from getting polish on the skin. It wouldn't work for water marbling but it might for the gradient.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. May I ask where you got the nail helper kit?

      Delete
    2. I have one as well. I bought mine at Ollies for $2.99. Its called the Manicure Station.

      Delete
    3. I got it at a Rose's store. I had a blonde moment and that was the best description I could come up with. They sell it on infomercials, too.

      Delete
    4. It's called a Nail Perfect and you can get it on amazon for about 10 dollars.

      Delete
  24. I didn't read all of the comments, but if you put a heavy coat of cheap Chapstick around your nail the nail polish should rub right off.

    ReplyDelete
  25. Yes, the chapstick works and so does vasoline or neosporin...basically anything oily. I like to do crackle over gradients/stripes :)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Haha so funny, I was not going to read all of the comments, just going to scroll all of the way down to suggest usng vasoline around the nails for easy clean-up! I never thought about the lip balms though! The gradient with crackle sounds great!

      Delete
  26. It takes a little extra prep work but I think it's better than the cleanup- you can just use scotch tape to tape off your cuticles. You might wanna cut it to make it smoother but it works wonders.

    ReplyDelete
  27. This is such an awesome Idea! Such a great blog to find, your ideas are so creative and beautiful!

    ReplyDelete
  28. Have you tried putting scotch tape under your nail? That should make clean up easier. You could just peel it off and then clean up the sides.

    ReplyDelete
  29. i was going to say vasoline around the nails might make things clean up easier??

    ReplyDelete
  30. when I have done water marble I put Vaseline around my nails. Should work for this as well.

    ReplyDelete
  31. I'm a little confused...what are you painting on the sponge? Nail polish? wouldn't it dry before you stamp it on each fingernail? And do you use a new sponge for each nail?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I'm planning a tutorial video for this technique. I use one sponge for the whole manicure, and if it gets too gloppy, I just press it onto paper a few times. The polish doesn't dry in the time it takes to paint it onto the sponge.

      So, it's a simple process, if fiddly: paint your stripes onto the sponge all at once, then pat them onto the nail. Then repeat for the rest!

      Delete
    2. Awesome, thanks. I think I'll give it a try this weekend.

      Delete
  32. If you use chapstick on your skin around your nails clean up is pretty easy.

    ReplyDelete
  33. Clean up tips: I saw this on Youtube. Many people use Scotch tape to tape around their nails before doing water marble (or in your case, sponging). There is a video on Youtube saying that you can just apply clear lip balm around the nails. After you are done sponging, just wait and wash the extra off. That's it! I haven't tried yet but it looks so wonderful on the video. Share with you.

    ReplyDelete
  34. I tried this and the polish did not transfer from the sponge to my nails. Any tips for what I'm doing wrong? I painted the polish onto a makeup sponge and tried pressing and tapping it on my clean nails. Nothing stuck!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Were you using a light-colored polish, or a sheer polish? The sponge puts a fairly light coat of polish onto your nail, so it will seem light at first.

      Other than that, I'm not sure. Sorry!

      Delete
  35. Thanks for posting this! I LOVE IT! I can't wait to try!

    ReplyDelete
  36. I'm still really onfused on the process of actually doing this- could you explain step by step quickly? I'm dying for a good gradient method. Thanks!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I've got a video that I'm editing right now that shows how to do it from start to finish. Give it a few days and I'll have it posted!

      Delete
  37. I tried this today and it totally didn't work :( turns out the sponge absorbed all the polish and by the time I stamped my nails you could barely see the colors... Any extra tips you'd like to share???? Thank u!!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. You may not have been generous enough with the polish, or you may not have pressed hard enough with the sponge. You also might have waited too long, although the polish tends to stay open a pretty decent time. I'm posting a video tutorial on this process as soon as I can get it edited, so come back then and hopefully that'll help!

      Delete
  38. For easier clean up you could put vasaline on your skin around the nail, it helps to not make the paint dye your skin:)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I was about to say this =D Need to mask the parts you don't want to paint.

      Delete
  39. Didn't know if anyone mentioned this yet or not, but if you rub a little vasaline around your nail it will make clean up for water marbleing and this a snap. The polish wipes off so easily! Great tut by the way, I am so doing this!

    ReplyDelete
  40. For easier clean up you can try taping around your nails, like water marblers sometimes do!

    ReplyDelete
  41. This is pretty cool indeed ! I've showed it to my nieces already who are obsessed with nail polish... they have like 100 colours! hahaaa :-)
    Maybe you like to link up with my blogs linky party going on today especially for crafting tutorials just like this one. It would be a shame not to share this with my follower too, cause I love it! ;-)
    http://www.snapdragonshots.com/2012/04/sunday-school-linky-party.html
    Jennie. x

    ReplyDelete
  42. I looooove this but don't have a make up sponge : ( Is there anything else you could use? I'm off to the shops tomorrow anyway will have to pick me up some and give it a whirl :)

    ReplyDelete
  43. I looooove this but don't have a make up sponge : ( Is there anything else you could use? I'm off to the shops tomorrow anyway will have to pick me up some and give it a whirl :)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. You can use any sponge you have, as long as the polish doesn't melt it. Test it out on a piece of paper and you should be ok!

      Delete
  44. Could you PLEASE, PLEASE tell us what colors you used on this beautiful pastel gradient? I want mine to look JUST like this!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. As far as I remember, I used Dance Baby, Sweet Hook, and Kinetic Candy. They did come out nicely, didn't they?

      Delete
  45. Thanks for posting this...however, can you also tell me what brand of polish they are? So far, I haven't been able to find them! Thanks so much! I am sooooo glad I found your blog!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. They're from the recent China Glaze Elecrtopop collection. But really, you could use any pastels you like. That's the beauty of this technique... you can really make it your own!

      Delete
    2. Thanks so much, Laynie! I have tried this technique...but so far I still need LOTS more practice! You make it look soooo easy!!

      Delete
    3. It took me a lot of practice too, actually. Just practice on some paper, it helps a lot!

      Delete
    4. Advice much appreciated~~~!!! You are very creative, and although I may not be able to do a lot of your techniques, I really enjoy seeing them! Thanks so much for doing this blog :)

      Delete
  46. wow! this is amazing! it's my first time visiting your page and i must say, you are very good!! I hope you don't mind if i try your technique this weekend :)

    ReplyDelete
  47. This is great! Thank you for this tutorial!

    ReplyDelete
  48. Michelle KynastonMay 3, 2012 at 12:19 PM

    do you think it would work to put Vaseline on your skin first, then it would just rub off of the skin and not be such a mess to clean up??

    ReplyDelete
  49. I'm sure this has been suggested, but honestly I don't have the time to read through the comments to make sure....I'll just say it anyway... I 'paint' Vaseline around my nails before I do the water marbling technique. After you dip your finger, you can simply wipe off the extra polish. This works MUCH better and is much easier than the scotch tape method. This would work good for this technique as well. Plus, you fingers get moisturuzed. That being said...I went on Pinterest to find a good way to paint my nails, and thanks to you I've found it!!!! Woo Hoo!!

    ReplyDelete
  50. I just tried this..totally awesome..so quick and easy. The colors were a bit light but I put a coat of clear polish over and bam..Thank you

    ReplyDelete
  51. i just wanted to let you know i used your pics here for inspiration to try my first sponging! i thought it was easy. thanks for your post, it was very helpful. here was mine: http://tryitwithcarmella.blogspot.com/2012/04/sponge-nails.html
    and WOW there are a lot of comments here! awesome :)

    ReplyDelete
  52. OH MY GOSH! This is the cutest thing ever!!!

    ReplyDelete
  53. HI
    Yes! absolutely, I love the color and the gradient soft affect - I saw it first on Pintrest and had to look this up to get directions - thanks!

    ReplyDelete
  54. I have tried like over 50 times for this technique and always failed miserably. I did exactly what u did, I tried pat-pat carefully, steadily, not too fast not too slow, but the color could never smooth out and always dried and clumped after a few pats. I have bought and tried so many brands of polishes, none works.. I am desperately wondering what i did wrong.. what's worse is that my base coat of white was always ruined right after a few pats and transfered to the sponge.. Aaarrgghh.. when i did got a good gradient once, i couldnt even out the bumpy surface with my top coat.. I need help :-(

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Oh no!! Ok, let me think... are you applying the gradient over a dry base color of polish? The base color needs to be totally dry before you start stamping.

      Also, the gradient will seem a bit lumpy until you put the topcoat on to finish up. The topcoat helps pull it all together and smooth everything out.

      Delete
    2. yup, i let the base color dried first. i stopped using white polish as base color 'cause it takes forever to dry :-P Well, i'd like to update you on how my relentless effort on nail sponging finally bears fruit :-) The culprit turned out to be: the s-p-o-n-g-e [and it took me forever to know l.o.l]. The make up sponges sold here are not strong enough to last a couple of pats, so i switched to sponges used for dish washing and the results were ok, well not as good as yours hehe.. Plus, i still need to look for a good top coat that's less expensive than SV :-) (Here it is extremely expensive) Just one more question: u put on top coat after colors are completely dry or half dry? Thx for your tips, Laynie! Luv your gradients :-)

      Delete
    3. Ahhh, that makes sense. That's one reason I suggested using multiple sponges, although I'm not sure I mentioned that in this post. In fact, I've even used the sponges that come on the old-fashioned sponge hair rollers! You can see some of the sponge tools I've made and used in this post:

      http://layniefingers.blogspot.com/2012/02/whew-its-been-busy-few-days-but-im.html

      I've used everything from cosmetic sponges to the scrubby kitchen sponges (they make interesting textures!), and am always on the lookout for more things I can use for nail art. :D

      Delete
  55. For easy clean up take white liquid glue and put it on the skin around your nail and let it dry completely. Then paint your nail. Let your nail be completely dry before you start peeling off the glue.
    It will easily peel off and so will the exces polish!
    I hope this helps :)

    ReplyDelete
  56. This is so pretty! Turned out a little better than mine :P Gradient nail tutorial was one of the first posts i ever did on my blog! I'd love for you to check it out :)

    http://luckybeauty07.blogspot.com.au/2012/07/gradient-nails.html

    Sophie xx

    ReplyDelete
  57. I love this look!
    But I had to LOL because the pics of the bright rainbow says "white under pants"! Not under paints.

    ReplyDelete
  58. this look so cool, cannot wait to try. I did not read all of the comments, there were so many, but I was going to suggest Q tips for cleaning the skin around the fingernail.(don't know if soemone already suggessted this?) I pour a bit of remover into the bottle cap (of the nail polish remover) and dip a Q tip in and carefully wipe around edges of nails. Always works for me. Cannot wait to try more easy but super neat looking techniques for nails. Thanks for sharing!

    ReplyDelete
  59. Would this gradient effect still work if you didn't put a base coat at all?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Do you mean a base coat, or a base color coat? I always recommend using a good base coat because it helps keep your polish on longer.

      The color coat keeps you from needing lots of gradient coats to get an opaque layer. But you don't have to have a base coat of color.

      However, a light base coat helps your colors seem brighter. It can also make sheer colors seem more pure. So I'd recommend doing a coat or two of your lightest color or white just to make everything look its best.

      Delete
    2. Yeah I meant the base colour coat. Thanks a lot! I'm definitely gonna try this out :D

      Delete
    3. Fantastic! Send pics when you do! My email's at the top of the page on the right. ;)

      Delete
  60. white...underpants? O.o

    Anyway, I LOVE it! Thank you!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. *laughs* Yes, it's a term I've seen used in the polish community. It's the undercoat that makes the polishes look more vibrant. I think it's a funny term! :D

      Delete
  61. I have found that when doing my nails I like to rub lotion around my nails, then take a little bit of remover to get the oils off my nails right before I paint them, and the result is fabulous! The lotion makes it so the polish doesn't stick to your skin, so it just comes right off! (: hope this tip helped!

    ReplyDelete
  62. This Looks Cool! My sister is always doing things with her nails but has never done this. Maybe I can show her something. Anyways thanks!!

    ReplyDelete
  63. Thanks so much for teaching me how to "sponge" nails! I used this technique over the weekend to do a very starry sky here(and linked to you) http://barefootbusy.blogspot.com/2012/09/galaxy-nails.html

    I hope to do a gradient soon! =)

    Sincerely,
    Steph from Barefoot & Busy

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Sweet! They came out nicely! I love seeing people take the technique and really make it theirs, and you did a great job of this. Thanks so much for sharing!

      Delete
  64. If you putpetroleum jelly o. the skin arou.d your nail before you do it, the polish won't stick to your skin and will wipe right off! :) :)

    ReplyDelete
  65. Thank you SO much for this!!
    Was wondering how I was gona do rainbow nails and I had an idea and you confirmed it is 100% doable!!!
    Definitely will be mentioning you in my blogpost tomorrow and I've liked the FB page.

    ReplyDelete
  66. I love this idea and wondered if doing some type of washable precoat to the finger and area around the nail would reduce the cleanup time. Maybe a thin coat of vaseline, or liquid soap or.... something water soluble that after the polish dries you could rinse/wash off. Just curious.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. OOPs I hadn't gotten to the bottom of the comments. sorry I guess others have tried this idea, good to know it works.

      Delete
  67. Your style is unique in comparison to other
    folks I've read stuff from. Many thanks for posting when you've got the opportunity, Guess I'll just bookmark this blog.
    Feel free to surf my web-site work at home reviews

    ReplyDelete
  68. Coating your fingers around the nail with vaseline before you paint, will help with a much quicker/easier cleanup than tape or acetone =]

    ReplyDelete
  69. Very nice post. I just stumbled upon your blog and wanted to say that I have truly enjoyed browsing your blog
    posts. After all I will be subscribing to your feed and I hope you write again soon!
    Take a look at my web page ... http://www.puvr.com/alexis8i

    ReplyDelete
  70. Hello colleagues, how is all, and what you wish for
    to say on the topic of this piece of writing, in my view its really remarkable in favor of me.
    Here is my website : Work at home

    ReplyDelete
  71. Hello colleagues, how is all, and what you wish for to say on the
    topic of this piece of writing, in my view its really remarkable in favor of me.
    Also see my site :: Work at home

    ReplyDelete
  72. Awesome post.
    Take a look at my web site - captain black

    ReplyDelete
  73. Greetings! I know this is kinda off topic but I was wondering if you
    knew where I could locate a captcha plugin for my comment form?
    I'm using the same blog platform as yours and I'm having difficulty finding one?

    Thanks a lot!
    Also see my web page - captain black

    ReplyDelete
  74. I have read so many posts concerning the blogger lovers but this
    post is actually a pleasant paragraph, keep it up.
    Feel free to visit my webpage amphora tobacco

    ReplyDelete
  75. Hi there! Someone in my Myspace group shared this
    site with us so I came to check it out. I'm definitely loving the information. I'm bookmarking and will be tweeting this
    to my followers! Fantastic blog and fantastic design and style.
    Here is my webpage : tattoo removal

    ReplyDelete
  76. Appreciating the dedication you put into your site and
    in depth information you provide. It's nice to come across a blog every once in a while that isn't the same out of date rehashed information.
    Fantastic read! I've saved your site and I'm adding your RSS feeds to my Google account.
    Also see my page > skin lightening cream

    ReplyDelete
  77. Great weblog right here! Additionally your site so
    much up fast! What web host are you the usage of? Can I am
    getting your affiliate link in your host? I wish my site loaded up as fast as yours lol
    Here is my website ; van nelle zware

    ReplyDelete
  78. When I originally commented I clicked the "Notify me when new comments are added" checkbox and now each time a comment is
    added I get three emails with the same comment. Is there any way you can remove people
    from that service? Thanks a lot!
    My page :: golden virginia

    ReplyDelete
  79. excellent post, very informative. I'm wondering why the other specialists of this sector do not understand this. You must continue your writing. I'm
    confident, you have a great readers' base already!
    Feel free to surf my site ; drum tobacco

    ReplyDelete
  80. Also, as you are looking for an erotic gay sizegenetics, you must give some thought to folks who are rrnside your area who can give you the male sizegenetics which you just are looking for. There is men from all over the United States that are participating this service who definitely are true professionals concerning the gay sizegenetics. You need to find a sizegenetics who is close to home, then you would like to look at a webpage which might assist you to filter your choices from this manner. It is possible to filter your choices when it comes to getting an erotic gay sizegenetics by the type of sizegenetics you simply are looking for and the location of where you ought to find a sizegenetics in the event you go to an online site that will aid you find not only these services but also the simplest sizegeneticss.
    http://buysizegeneticsonline.tumblr.com/

    ReplyDelete
  81. Truly no matter if someone doesn't know afterward its up to other people that they will help, so here it takes place.
    Here is my weblog ... payday loans cash advance

    ReplyDelete
  82. Thank you for sharing your thoughts. I truly appreciate
    your efforts and I am waiting for your next post thanks once again.
    My page > i need a legitimate work at home job

    ReplyDelete
  83. I constantly spent my half an hour to read this website's articles or reviews everyday along with a cup of coffee.
    My website : help i need money today

    ReplyDelete
  84. Superb blog! Do you have any hints for aspiring writers?
    I'm planning to start my own site soon but I'm a little lost on everything.
    Would you suggest starting with a free platform like Wordpress or go for
    a paid option? There are so many choices out there that I'm completely overwhelmed .. Any suggestions? Thanks a lot!
    My web page ... borkum riff

    ReplyDelete
  85. Hmm it seems like your blog ate my first comment (it was extremely
    long) so I guess I'll just sum it up what I submitted and say, I'm
    thoroughly enjoying your blog. I too am an aspiring blog writer but I'm still new to the whole thing. Do you have any helpful hints for inexperienced blog writers? I'd certainly appreciate it.
    Visit my weblog : erinmore flake

    ReplyDelete
  86. Very nice post. I simply stumbled upon your blog and
    wished to mention that I have truly loved surfing around your blog posts.

    In any case I will be subscribing in your rss feed and I am hoping you write again soon!
    my site :: old holborn aromatic

    ReplyDelete
  87. You can certainly see your skills within the work you write.
    The arena hopes for even more passionate writers such as you who are not afraid to say how they believe.

    At all times go after your heart.
    Stop by my page : cure acne

    ReplyDelete

  88. All first online casino visits should be this good! Claim your $50 free casino chip at Lucky Red Casino today and then enjoy the many,many extra perks this great online casino offers!
    online casino
    free online casino

    ReplyDelete
  89. Easy clean up: put vaseline around your fingers before you paint your nails. and then wipe it off when you are done.

    ReplyDelete
  90. This was, by far, the best gradient tutorial I found. I tried to follow so many others, but none of them came out as smooth with full coverage as this one.

    Thank you, thank you, thank you.

    ReplyDelete
  91. great! where's the zebra one? i'd like to know how to do it

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. The video is here, I'm not sure where the post is for it...
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0VUuHDy29Y&feature=player_embedded

      Enjoy!

      Delete
  92. Put a black crackle over It

    ReplyDelete
  93. I had been wondering if your web host is OK? Not that I am complaining, but sluggish loading instances times will often affect your placement in google and could damage your quality score if ads cheap jerseys free shipping

    ReplyDelete
  94. Wonderful blog about nail polish product. This post really help me a lot.

    Cheap Nail Polish & Wholesale Beauty Supplies

    ReplyDelete
  95. Don't know if you have already learned this trick for easy cleanup after water marbling or sponging nails. Go to the art store and find water color art masking fluid. Paint it all around the nail making sure it gets onto and just over the cuticle. Let dry completely then use and orange stick to gently push back any that got on your actual nail and push it back an into the cuticle area. Now do your nail thing. Before polish is completely dry and definitely before applying top coat rub up a part of the mask so you can get hold of it with tweezers. Grab it and peel off the whole mess. Easier and more precise than tape. It may take some practice to figure out completely but it works amazing, literally no cleanup with polish remover needed.

    ReplyDelete
  96. Beautiful. To keep it from being so messy, paint Elmer's glue all around the nail. When you're done, just peel off!

    ReplyDelete
  97. I constantly spent my half an hour to read this website's articles or reviews everyday along with a cup of coffee.
    My website : help i need money today

    ผลบอล
    บอลวันนี้
    บาคาร่าออนไลน์

    ReplyDelete
  98. please your check here now recomments for you thank you,
    sbobet
    baccarat
    online baccarat

    ReplyDelete

Thanks so much for taking the time to comment. I may not reply due to time constraints, but I read every comment and I appreciate them all!

Please don't leave links in my comments unless they directly apply to a conversation. If you want a link exchange, feel free to email me. Spam links will be deleted.