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Day 6: Princessa Pacific Sparkle & Colorado Rapid

Hello everyone!!

Day 6 is another two for one type of day.. I couldn't decide which of these gems I wanted to use first - so I went with both.. But then I realized that they were sort of similar.. Which is when I was like 'derp - split nails!'



The more blue toned polish is Pacific Sparkle, which makes the more purple-y polish Colorado Rapid. The white is Orly White Out.

This lovely bad boys were actually sent to me from Silver during my month in the birthday group.. Which brings me to my next request: remember to scope out her blog to see what she has used for day 6!!

See you all for day 7 -- and random question: who else is starting to get really excited for October aka HALLOWEEN time!! I am. It is my favourite time of the year!!

Comments

Kayleigh said…
Both really pretty colours!! I don't get super excited for Halloween but nail ideas for it are starting to creep into my head! LOL
Delainie said…
@Kayleigh - I am constantly thinking about nail art ideas AND decorations for Halloween. And, I'm actually going out at some point (maybe the weekend before..) so I'm thinking costume already. October might as well be Christmas for me (:
mobb said…
wow! this is such a great combination.

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