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I haven’t done a tutorial in FOREVER, but I’m going to try to get back into the swing of them!
This is a less tacky spin on the french tip. The beauty of a gradient is that you can do it with any color (not just white!) and it will blend well. Enjoy!

Polishes used:
OPI – Coney Island Cotton Candy
OPI – Alpine Snow
China Glaze – Fairy Dust

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  1. Mary P. Mc Fee
    Mary P. Mc Fee says:

    I love the blended look of the gradient french tip…much more than the traditional, and it's SO MUCH EASIER to do than the traditional french tip. (I actually put a stripe of the Alpine White on the tip of my nail and let dry first before doing the gradient, to make the white a little more prominent. I don't use tape or anything, because the other colors I sponge over it blend it well). I also use the white with a frosted beige and frosted brown, which is very "Fallish." (All OPI). Sometimes I add a copper-colored piece or two of striping tape (for a single or double stripe) dividing the white from the color on one ring finger).

    I've been looking for a clear glitter polish, but couldn't find one. Thank you for mentioning the China Glaze!

  2. hackepeter semmel
    hackepeter semmel says:

    I LOVE your swatch and review videos, you definitely the Queen in this area. but I also enjoy nail art tutorials on your channel (the marble design was very pretty) and this manicure tuned out also super pretty! but it's not only about the designs themselves, it's also about the way you present them,if you know what I mean. keep posting that kind of videos! and I also noticed, you responded to many questions and comments. thank you, it really makes the difference

  3. shers1207
    shers1207 says:

    I love this mani!!  I tried to do it, but I couldn't get the polish to blend well like yours. You could see the white edges a little  too much.  Can you please give me any tips?  Thanks so much.  Please keep sharing!

  4. Purposeful Pursuits
    Purposeful Pursuits says:

    Loved this look so much, looking at the thumbnail I thought it would be difficult but this looks like something I could do. In the end when you used the stone you mentioned we could top coat it again…. Would they help secure the stone on top longer?

  5. Nechia Lee
    Nechia Lee says:

    Hi Jess,
    This is so simple and just amazing. I don't go too much into the nail art designs but watching you do this video ……I will give it a try!!!! This again is so cool, simple and my style…..thanks sooo much. Also taking the opportunity to wish you and your family Happy New Year!!!!!! 🎉

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