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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

California Nails - Unnamed Silver, Mia Secret Storm of Glitter - Silver

APPLICATION | APLICACIÓN:
Smooth ** Suave
COATS | CAPAS:
2 of silver, 1 of glitter
TOPCOAT? |CAPA FINAL?:
Yes ** Si
SOURCE | ORIGEN:
California Nails: Big Lots,  Mia Secret: downtown Los Angeles

COMMENTS | COMENTARIOS:
This manicure was supposed to be just two coats of the California Nails mini. I managed to apply it smoothly when I first tried it in this post, but it didn't look smooth this time. Glitter to the rescue! One coat of Mia Secret Storm of Glitter in Silver completely transformed the manicure. I loved this! Soooo shiny!
**  Esta manicura se suponía que era sólo de dos capas de la mini de California Nails. Me las arreglé para aplicar sin problemas la primera vez que lo intentó en este post, pero que no se veía suave este momento. Brillo al rescate! Una capa de Mia Secret Storm of Glitter en Silver (plata) transformó por completo la manicura. Me encantó este! Taaaan brillante!









Who's that?!
** Quien es?!
 

REMINDER:
If you're interested in this glitter, you can get your own bottle from my blog sale
**  Si estás interesado en este brillo, puede obtener su propia botella de mi venta.

10 comments:

  1. Gorgeous look combined! Thanks for the little peek, good to see a face occasionaly!

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  2. Gorgeous look combined! Thanks for the little peek, good to see a face occasionaly!

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  3. Woops, that is what I get for blogging on my phone! Sorry!

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  4. I love the silver on silver and lovely to see you too!!

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  5. The combination is beautiful :) The two polishes go really well together!

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  6. Thanks for the comment hun!! Great look as always xx

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  7. peek a boo! i see you! the beautiful nails match the beautiful face :)

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  8. I luv all the pics! And that silver combo looks gorgeous, super christmas look!

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