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31 Day Challenge: Day 17 Glitter

With Christmas right around the corner, I decided to bust out a newly acquired glitter from the China Glaze winter collection..

I couldn't decide whether I should put it over white, black or gold.. Maybe even green.. I finally decided on red as it seemed more, ehm, festive?



Annnd I realize NOW that I didn't snap bottle shots. I'm soooorry!! I.O.U!

I used a base of Essie Lolipop followed with 3 coats of China Glaze Twinkle Lights.

This was a tad strange to apply. For whatever reason, my index and pinky fingers are glitter bombed, and the rest of them look 'meh' - same amount of coats and everything. I even noticed it while painting and I didn't do anything differently.

It is a fairly basic glitter - yet it is fun because it is all Christmas-like.

***The following blogs are also doing the 31 day challenge right meow - you should check them out!! Zara, Life and Polish, Manicure Addict, Polish Pauper, Bright Lights, Big Color, Ash-Lilly & ManiCured!***

Comments

FOREVER '92 said…
I really like it!! I thought it was orange at first ^_^
Delainie said…
@Forever `92 - Actually, it does look quite orange in the photos. But thank you for liking it just the same (:

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