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Day 17: Revlon Whimsical

Hey everyone!

Just sneaking in with a really quick/almost late, but not quite - post!


I do apologize for my super dry hands and cuticle areas. My hands are angry. Weather changes always make my eczema go crrrrazy.. and changing my nail polish everyday hasn't helped - I figure the nail polish remover is also out for the souls of my fingers - moving on..

Now, this is done using Revlon Whimsical (thankies Amy!!) BUT.. One finger is done using Deborah Lippmann Glitter In The Air - any guesses as to which finger? I will answer that tomorrow!

I was going to layer it over a white or a blue, but I wanted to check out the build-ability.. This is four coats. Another 3+ coats and I figure it would have opaque.. plus I liked that it was like this zombie-esque skin colour.. Love!

See you all tomorrow - and remember to go scope out Silver's blog

Comments

Kayleigh said…
LOL I'm curious which one is the Lippmann! I didn't see where you posted it? I am guessing the pinkie... I swear I heard the Lippmann was more sparse, and there seems to be less glitter on that finger.

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