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Sticks 'n Stones..

May cause me to go in to perma-happy mode? Oh, that isn't how that how thing goes.. Well, it is now that I have Cover Brand Sticks 'n Stones.

I actually based my use of this amazing polish off to two looks.. One was based off of Thriszha's amazing post from a little while back.. and the other bout of inspiration comes from a gal in my birthday group - Tina; she doesn't have a blog yet, but once she does - look out!!



See.. Thriszha had really vibrant colours.. And Tina used more pastel-ish colours.. So I kind of met them in the middle? I feel like this is actually kind of amazing.

I used a base of Orly White Out, then I did random stripes of colours using: NYC Lexington Yellow (which is a polish I acquired through one of my SnS muses *grin*), OPI What's With The Cattitude?, China Glaze Electric Pineapple, China Glaze Sugar High, and China Glaze Sweet Hook. THEN we have the pièce de résistance, which is Cover Brand Sticks 'n Stones aka my new love. White and black mixed glitter in various shapes and sizes? YUS PLEASE!

I was able to snag a bottle from ninjapolish a little while back.. As a matter of fact.. I was able to snag TWO bottles.. Because.. as I pointed out before.. I'm extremely close to 400.. not that that extra bottle has anything to do with that, or anything.. Wait, what?

Hope you're all having a fantastic day - and I will talk to you all again very soooon!!

Comments

Looks awesome. I think I saw Thriszha's mani and liked that a lot already, but yours looks just as great. I like the pastel colors too.
NailsByDiana said…
I love the way this looks!!
I really love the coloured base underneath the glitter! From the thumbnail I thought it was a splatter mani but it proved to be much, much cooler (:
Early congrats on 400 followers! (:
Kayleigh said…
Really love this mani! The colours are amazing and the black and white makes it pop! <3

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