Tutorial: Easy Sponge Gradient
Tutorial: Easy Sponge Gradient Sunday, April 22, 2012 Happy Sunday! Today, I wanted to show you guys how I did the Tropical Gradient from earlier this week. It's very easy and I like that it has that seamless look. You'll need: -two or more polishes. Here, I've used Zoya Sooki and Zoya Arizona* -disposable cosmetic sponge wedges -nail polish remover and qtips for clean up Start out by painting your nails with your base coat and your base color. Using the lighter of the two colors seems to…
1) Outline the bottom with eyebrow pencil. 2) Outline the top. 3) Fill in leaving a little bit blank. 4) Using an angled brush fill in with brown eyeshadow. 5) Remove excess of product on your brush and brushing upwards gently fill in the blank spot for a “natural look” 6) Using a concealer brush clean the edges with a little bit of concealer. 7) Blend in the concealer and you’re done!
Santiago, Chile fine artist Fabian Ciraolo #artistaday
Fab Ciraolo finds photographs of pop icons – from Edward Scissorhands and Dorothy to Marilyn Monroe and Salvador Dali – and copies them with a contemporary and fashionable twist. He changes their outfits and inks them up to include many references to popular culture while keeping a vintage aesthetic with a subdued color palette and conversely psychedelic backgrounds.
106 of the most beloved Street Art Photos – Year 2010
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