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Every nail artist has at least one glitter nail polish in his or her stash. It’s just not possible to not have it. I have multiple, mostly from old brands that no longer exist so the glitter base has dried out and they are unusable. I miss the old Milani and Sephora by OPI but I hold on to the bottles just in case one day…these brands return! They probably won’t but I can dream, right??
Speaking of, I used one of those old SOPI polishes in today’s look. A simple glitter gradient that reminds me of all the blood that leaves my body through draws, diagnostics and IVs. How lovely!
Glitter gradients are one of the most arthritis friendly nail art techniques. You can either apply glitter directly with the nail polish brush or, for more exact placement you can use a large soft makeup wedge sponge. If your arthritis is under control you can even use a foam tip eye shadow applicator for even more precision!
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Base: OPI Madam President
Glitter: Sephora by OPI Be-Claus I Said So
Hi, my name is Monica and I have RA.
I just discovered your blog and really enjoy it. I have many mainstream glitter polishes that need love if you would like to have them.