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Textured Gradient | The Digital Dozen does Texture

Painted Fingertips | Textured gradient nail art

Hi everyone!

I got a little side-tracked and didn’t quite manage to get my fifth and final texture post up last week! I’m playing catch-up today with a sparkly textured gradient. In case you missed some of my other posts for this theme, I’ve shared a microbead sunset view, a criss-cross textured gradient, some elegant striped nails, and a very colourful textured dotticure.

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Textured Dotticure | The Digital Dozen does Texture

Painted Fingertips | Textured dotticure - the Digital Dozen does texture

Hi everyone!

It’s Digital Dozen week! This week’s theme is texture. I used to be a huge fan of textured polish, but I haven’t used it as much over the past year or so. I’m not sure why, I just didn’t get around to using it much in nail art. I’m glad this week got me using my textured polishes again!

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Textured Roses

Painted Fingertips | Textured rose nail art

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Back in September, I unfortunately missed Digital Dozen week. I really liked the theme, which was ‘recreating your first blog posts’, and I was so sorry that I wasn’t able to take part! I did have one look that was ready to go and so I am finally sharing it with you today. It’s a simple yet effective textured rose look.

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The Digital Dozen Does Decades – 2010s textured polish

Painted Fingertips | The Digital Dozen Does Decades - 2010s textured colour blocking

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It’s the fifth and final day of the Digital Dozen Does Decades! You might be wondering how I could do a nail art to represent a decade we are still in – well, today I am continuing yesterday’s nail art history lesson with the introduction of textured polish. (more…)

The Digital Dozen Does December: Christmas Trees

Painted Fingertips | Textured Christmas Tree Nail Art

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Naturally, December brings Christmas! I’ve always loved Christmas and I have happy childhood memories of setting up the Christmas tree. When we first got a fake tree, we had far too many ornaments for the tiny tree but we insisted on squeezing them all on anyway – it probably looked ridiculous but we liked it and we’d sit around it in the evenings with all of the lights on 🙂 (more…)