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Coachella Dweller & When Monkeys Fly!

Hey everyone!

Just a quick post to share this combo that I tossed on the other day. I sort of went on, um, a small polish buying spree (aka I physically bought 6 nail polish and have 6 more coming in the mail..) so basically my untried stash has tripled throughout the weekend.. Which means I made myself a deal: nothing more until all those are at least used once. Yeah, we shall see how long that lasts. I mean, what?

Anyways!

Orly Coachella Dweller is a polish that I wanted as soon as I saw it.. but I didn't order it immediately.. though when I saw it irl at Sally's the other day, it was in my mitts in a flash. And two other Orly polish. It was buy 2, get 1 free. Geez!

Then, the next day, I was out doing some 'I'm hungover, but I can't sleep' shopping, and bought a couple of OPI polish (and one China Glaze..) one of said OPI polish was When Monkeys Fly! I knew there were some issues with glitter curling, but it looked absolutely lovely, and I knew it was would pair perfectly with Coachella Dweller. It does.

I must warn you all though.. I am only going to post one photo. Why? Well.. After the "hungover shopping", my sister asked me to put some turquoise hair colour on the tips of her hair. Then she offered to put some blue on the underneath of my super rad red hair. Great idea. BUT! My hair isn't absorbing colour properly anymore. It has led to a bit of a blue nightmare. My hair looks cool, but there is blue colour every where else. So. You will see some blue on my fingers. I apologize. This is why you only get one photo. I didn't want to scare anyone else away with my smurf digits.



Products Used:
China Glaze Strong Adhesion Base Coat
Orly Coachella Dweller
OPI When Monkeys Fly!
Poshe Top Coat
Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat


I went with two coats of Coachella Dweller, and 1-2ish coats of When Monkeys Fly! Now, because of the "taco glitter" action (which, by the way, doesn't bother me in the slightest), I used a coat of Poshe, followed by a coat of Seche Vite. Worked like a charm. The glitter was completely smooth. Genius!

I actually like this combo so much that I am making some matching earrings.. Yeah, I'm that lame.

Hope everyone is having a great day! Time to go figure out which untried gem to go with next.. See you all later!!

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