For this look I did two coats of Orly Mirrorball on all of my nails. When that was dry I used Sally Hansen Jell-ous? on the tips of the two outer fingers and near the cuticles of the middle fingers. Then I took Sally Hansen Ice Mint on the cuticle area of the outer fingers and on the tips of the middle fingers. Both of these polishes have a jelly formula.
Because of the formula they were able to blend together in the middle of the nail to create a light purple color. I used two coats of the jelly polishes. I had no issues with the formulas of any of these polishes. The Sally Hansen polishes are way too sheer for me to wear them on their own, but using them this way, they just worked perfect. I coated everything with one coat of HK Girl.
Oh my goodness! I love this manicure. This is easily one of my favorite looks I've ever done. And it was really simple! The Sally Hansen jelly polishes can be found on Ebay, but you could use any jelly (sheer) polish for this look. What colors would you use for a Watercolor manicure like this? Let me know, I'd love to hear!