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31 Day Challenge: Day 7 Black and White

Good ol black and white nails, aka: my favourite combo!

I took the easy route on this challenge.. I went with crackle polish! I have actually never successfully used my white crackle polish - and it almost was a success here - but not quite.. You'll see.




I was just starting apply the white crackle on my ring finger and I noticed it was cloudy. I jerked my hand away, but not quickly enough! It dripped on to my nail and I was stuck. I had to apply to that nail. It still somewhat worked, but it looks a bit gross.

AND, if I am using a black crackle polish, I usually go for OPI Black Shatter, but I actually like the China Glaze version better.. I see the results INSTANTLY, whereas with OPI I am left waiting for a bit. Solid!

***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 & ManiCured!***

Comments

Aleya Bamdad said…
How did I not realize that China Glaze makes crackle? Very cool- almost looks distressed.
Sophie said…
Oh, this looks really cool actually. I don't own any crackle polishes. Gotta look into that. Looking forward to seeing the rest of the challenge :-)
Delainie said…
@Aleya Bamdad - They do! I quite like them now that I have given them a fair shot! They even have metallic crackles now - and they are BEAUTIFUL!!

@Sophie - You should definitely get some! They are easy to use and it adds a little 'extra' to your nails (:

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