Red-and-Gold-Holiday-Ombre-Nail-TutorialIf you’re starting to feel the holiday vibes, then you’ll want to check out this new holiday ombré nail tutorial from Julep!

They shared a gold-and-red ombré nail look that will bump off those festive feelings and get you ready for Turkey Day.

And, did I mention it was easy?

You don’t have to be a nail artist to create this shimmery look!


This tutorial uses look uses two polish shades from the new Jingle Bells Welcome Box – which you can get for FREE when you join the Julep beauty box subscription. When you join, you’ll get a box of on-trend, gorgeous, and good-for-you products delivered to your doorstep every month.

If you’re already a Maven, you can snag these colors in in their Very Merry Polish Duo gift set!

Holiday Ombré Nail Tutorial


To get started, pick a gold and a sparkly red polish(they are using Margot Bombshell and Neely from the Jingle Bells box) and follow these simple steps:

1) Paint one coat of Gold, then let dry completely.

2) Dab a makeup sponge with the red glitter polish

3) Blot the makeup sponge on the tip of the nail to create the ombré effect.

Then, add the top coat, and you’re done!


*Tip: The secret to making your manicure last is all about how you prep your nails before you polish them. Make sure that your nail bed is free from any oils or lotions. Next, apply a pH balancing agent (OPI Bond-Aid is my favorite). If you don’t have one, then just rub each nail with a cotton ball and acetone!

This step is quick, easy, and it is what makes your nail polish “stick”. Don’t forget the top coat, because that will prevent against chipping!

Check out this Ombré Nail Tutorial with the coolest shades of blue, silver, and white!

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One Response to Holiday Ombré Nail Tutorial

  1. […] before applying nail polish! For instructions on how to do this check out the tip section in this ombre nail tutorial […]

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