Gradient Stamping using Leighton Denny Polish

One of my latest posts was showing off some gorgeous Leighton Denny polishes that I managed to grab in the sale. I knew that the colours I'd picked would look great together, so off I went to create some fun nail designs! 

 

Get your Côte and Cool Blue

Get your Côte and Cool Blue

Here I wanted to create an ocean/wave design, so I first applied a coat of Cool Blue - the lightest shade - then used a sponge to make the gradient using Get your Côte. Once dry, I used one of my old stamping plates from Born Pretty to add the 'waves'. 

What do you think? Turned out quite nicely I thought!

 

Apricot Blush and Bon Voyage

Apricot Blush and Bon Voyage

I love how this turned out, very peachy, very warm and easy to do. I used the same technique as before, so first applied the lightest shade Apricot Blush, then used a sponge to create a gradient using Bon Voyage. Once this was dry, I used another stamping plate from Born Pretty to add the floral design. 

Although these polishes were bought in the sale (at Marks and Spencer), I do believe you can still get them directly from Leighton Denny's website. If you enjoy seeing these designs and would like to see more of my Leighton Denny collection, why not pop over to the Polished by Leanne  Instagram page and have a little scroll? There's plenty of inspo there to have a nosey at! 

 

Thank you for reading

Love, Leanne Xx