Over the Christmas/New Year break I was finally able to try a nail art look that I first saw here on my blog from a guest post from Angela of Aussie indie brand Gloss and Sparkle fame.
The nail art is created using a foil or chrome finish polish and a jelly polish.
This mani has a whopping 10 layers and it took ages to dry, but the final effect was really cool. The process is very simple and involves layering one coat of chrome or foil polish and then covering it with a jelly polish. You then step in a few millimetres from your cuticle and paint another coat of silver and then cover then entire nail with jelly. Keep stepping it in and topping with jelly. Angela's guest blog post shows a step by step tutorial if you need more info.
I did one more step than Angela did in her mani last year and I also left the last layer silver.
I used OPI Push and Shove from the new Gwen Stefani by OPI collection. The blue jelly polish is a custom I made with Blue tint and suspension base.