Grey Ombre Manicure

grey ombre manicure

It’s been a long time since I’ve featured a manicure on the blog! I think the last one I posted was way back in June!! This one is actually from a few weeks ago as I got sick around the time I had planned on posting it. This grey ombre manicure was inspired by a manicure I saw on Pinterest years ago and have recreated multiple times since. This time I added the chevron accent nail to add a little something extra. I love the way a chevron accent looks on the nails! It’s such a cute way to add a little something-something.

Grey Ombre Manicure

Products Used:

OPI Chip Skip
OPI Nail Envy (1 coat)
Kiko Make Up Milano 326 (2 coats)
OPI French Quarter for Your Thoughts (2 coats)
OPI Skulls & Gloss Bones (2 coats)
OPI Alpine Snow (2 coats)
OPI Haven’t the Foggiest (2 coats)
Deborah Lippmann Today Was a Fairytale (2 coats)
Cult Nails Wicked Fast Top Coat (1 coat)
Chevron Nail Vinyls

Grey Ombre Manicure

The chevron accent was done with nail decals that I purchased quite a few years ago. I don’t remember where I got them from otherwise I’d share that information as well. I love how well the combination of finishes and design go together for this grey ombre manicure. It is by far one of my favourite manicures to do. Deborah Lippmann’s Today Was a Fairytale is one of my favourite glitter polishes to use for a solid glitter accent nail. It is so saturated with glitter that it only takes a couple coats to completely cover the nail.

What do you have on your nails today? Let me know in the comments below!

xoxo,

Robyn

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