That’s a full title, isn’t it? I have a lot going on in today’s nail art and it didn’t turn out exactly as I’d hoped, but it’s still a neat concept that I plan to perfect in the future. Zoya Katherine and Zoya Frida were the jelly polishes used, and I prefer the look with Katherine most even though the half moon part disappeared.
Stemming from my love of this Half Moon Dotticure combined with the many “Pond Manicures” I have done, this mani started out with a half moon illusion with dots. Next, I layered dot layers moving toward the tip between coats of jelly polishes. It gave a really neat ombre effect on the 1/3 of the nail near the tip.
As you can see, Zoya Frida (teal) was more sheer and you can easily see the half moon shape. However, I prefer the ombre effect more with Zoya Katherine because it was more pigmented. I have plans to recreate this look without the half moon and do it a little differently because this took a LOT of layers. It also took a long time to dry completely. There are like 6 layers of jelly polish for each nail, with top coat.
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