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The Full Collection 06/22/09

I decided to snap a few photos of my collection as of right now. Some of the older polishes I didn't include. Annnnd some of them look messy.. Sometimes with nail art and sharing, messes happen.

Anyways, on with the photos:

The storage unit
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The top drawer, used for knoad stuffs, top/base coats and colours I haven't tried yet
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The middle drawer, used for the nail art pens
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The bottom drawer, home to most of the polishes
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Minis
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Blues
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Pinks
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Reds & Purples
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Whites & Greys & Blacks & an Orange
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Yellows & Golds & Greens
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Comments

Mary said…
Very nice collection. I'm in the process of trying to reorganize the way I store mine. I love the little mini's!
Delainie said…
I was told I couldn't keep them where I had been storing them anymore, so I checked in Wal-Mart for storage ideas and saw that little unit and loooove it! I also bought some contact paper with dots on it, and voila - my cute nail polish unit is born!

And minis are amazing! I usually have to buy full bottles afterwards though :\
Lucy said…
Nice collection. I'm sure you'll be filling it up with more! I know I had about 30 bottles when I started reading the nail blogs. That was last year and now I have 100+. I have a book with lists of polishes I want. Glad that I have another blog to read. Do you like BB Couture polishes? They have some gorgeous colors. Kim at OverallBeauty told me they're going to have a new collection soon! Can't wait.
Delainie said…
I have never come across BB Couture polishes, but have seen them mentioned on other blogs. Right now my family is looking at me like I am crazy for wanting to have so many polishes.. But I agree, the collection is only to grow!!

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