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Lights, Camera? Pirouette My Whistle!

Lights, yes, Camera? Nah.. Well, I took the photos with a camera.. Technically? And Pirouette My Whistle.. Yeah. I honestly am the most loser-y person I know most days.. Moving on..

I picked Essie Lights the other day and was EXTREMELY excited about it.. It just looked so jazzed up and amazing in the bottle.. And I'm on a strange kick/fascination with all things neon lately.. It lived up to my expectations.

During that same shopping trip, I grabbed a couple of polish from the OPI Ballet collection.. Even though I wasn't too thrilled by the whole collection, seeing these two gems in person made me really, really want them! One of the pair that I nabbed is Piroutte My Whistle.

I had been playing with some nail wheels.. And had PMW over Lights.. And immediately I took off what I was sporting and slapped these gems on. It was basically like having heaven on display on my nails for a few days. Yeah, these two together made me THAT happy.



Ahh yes.. and looking at these photos - this was also the day I clipped down my nails again. I just love me some short nails! I apologize for not including my index finger in the shot.. I clipped it out.. That finger was covered in green nail polish.. I was working on something (:

This was actually Essie Lights over Orly White Out (I prefer to put neons on over a base of white.. I feel it makes them look more awesome and opaque!), then a coat of OPI Pirouette My Whistle. I seriously love this and almost want to just do this again. Actually, maybe it will be my next pedicure!

That is all for today - see you all again real soon!

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Desiree said…
that essie looks amazing! almost makes me want to break my no buy!! hahah! oh wait.. I already did that! i bought cheeky chops from tracefacephiles blog sale! for 10 bucks! woot woot.
Delainie said…
@PassionForPolish: Thank you - I completely agree!

@Desiree: I am very terrible for being an enabler and also able to justify anything - but I think you should break your no buy again.. For this gem! I absolutely love this polish! ORRRR you could put it on your wishlist (: AND I'm stoked you bought Cheeky Chops - solid breakage of the no buy!!

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