This was done with a base coat of Gelous, two coats of Wet N Wild I Need a Refresh-mint, a coat of SV (I almost always seal nail art layers with SV so that I can rescue myself if my mistake isn't too big), the tips are Wet N Wild Bite the Bullet sponged on using a piece of a sponge roller, and then two coats of SV. This is my first time sponging, and I'm pretty happy with 90% of the results. That middle finger there looks a bit too solid of a line, but the other 9 fingers look great!
Both of these polishes are in the Wet N Wild Megalast line and have "pro" brushes. I'm not sure I really like them. First, I had to trim a few strands on the I Need a Refresh-mint but that's probably more about the fact that it's a cheap brand than brush shape. The bottle neck is too narrow, you have to be careful putting the brush in and there's no wiggle room for the plastic part, it seems like such an odd packaging method. Also, I don't have a lot of experience with brushes shaped like this, so I may find them difficult just for that. I find I press a lot harder with these so I am really bad about leaving gouges in my coats. Total BLECH!
I'm really happy with the sponging method and I can't wait to try a true gradient now! I used a tiny piece of sponge roller I tore off and I tapped a fairly dry brush to it. I tried make-up sponges and picking up polish from a palette, but this is the only method that transferred polish for me or left me with a sponging and not a stamped looking mess.
Keep watching, my hair is currently up in pin curls I rolled using that new tool. I'll be reviewing it soon!