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Bubbly Bombshell

I had seen this polish (Orly Bubbly Bombshell) blogged a time or three.. And wanted it - badly!

I finally added it in to my cart at Nail Polish Canada, and once it arrived, I was like 'meh'.

Then.. I put it on.

Obviously these photos will not do it justice.. But, this is a serious 'in-your-face' kind of polish. I ab-so-freakin'-lutely love it!!


This was without topcoat.. I forgot to snag one with topcoat AS the topcoat makes it even more excellent. The only part I didn't like is that I had tip-wear after one day. Then I decided to add some crackle polish on top..


But, it didn't help mask the tip-wear. I still loved it though!

Welll.. It is time for me to head off to work. Then after work, I have to come home and basically run off to catch a bus - I have to go away for a few days for work - bleh! BUT, I am going to get a post ready for Tuesday and auto-post it - so look out for that!!

Have a great Sunday everyone!!

Comments

Anonymous said…
have a great sunday you too!
I love the polish a lot btw! =)
Alyssa said…
I got this the other day and have it on my toes. Sooo pretty :)
Rainbowify Me said…
This is my favourite Orly of them all. It's stunningly beautiful!
Anonymous said…
I LOVE that purple! This looks great!!
KarenD said…
Looks great! Odd about the tipwear--I haven't had that happen with a glitter like that.
Delainie said…
@Esra - thank you, my Sunday was great! I love it also - it might be one of my fave glittery polishes now!

@Alyssa - I am glad to hear you picked it up the other day! It is amaaaazing! I might jut have to apply it to my toes asap!

@Rainbowify Me - I really like Orly polish and this one is definitely no different - loooove it!!

@ChromaCraze - It is amazing! Glad I decided to pick it up!!

@KarenD - I know.. I found it strange as well.. And I wasn't even working while I was wearing it. Ah well, it is still worth it in my eyes!!

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