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Drake & Miss Deep: A Half Moon Gradient

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Remember last month when I posted the R.O.D Collection from Carpe Noctem Cosmetics? I couldn't contain myself, even though my swatches were nearly a month ahead of the release. I get excited, especially about nerdy things. I figured I should probably do something for the actual release date.


Colors Used: 
Carpe Noctem Cosmetics Drake
Carpe Noctem Cosmetics Miss Deep
China Glaze Liquid Leather





I really love how using Drake in a gradient brought out the crazy opal flakies. It is so crushingly beautiful that I wish I had thought of it sooner because I'd have worn the hell out of this color. You should definitely go pick this one up.


26 comments:

  1. This is such a gorgeous look!

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    1. I just love the flakies in Drake.

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  2. Oh my gosh this looks fantastic! I love the mixture of half moons and gradient.

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  3. Gorgeous!! I love how you combined half moon and gradients!

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    1. I like to combine alll the things!

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  4. love that technique!! great color combo too

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    1. thanks! I definitely want more practice with this.

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  5. Such a unique look. I love the color combination and sparkles!

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    1. All these polishes are really stellar. I just had to try them together.

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  6. Love this gradient! I haven't done a gradient using vinyls as a mask yet, I need to try it!

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    1. It is deceptively easy! I'd love to try it with some different shapes.

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  7. This is a gorgeous, unique look!

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  8. This is a pretty fantastic mani!!!

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  9. Those flakies OMG..this is gorgeous!

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  10. Oooooh man, those opal flakies are gorgeous. I haven't seen this kind of design before- it's cool!

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