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Darling Diva Polish Bitchcraft & Roses

Hey everyone!

As I mentioned in THIS POST, I won a giveaway from Darling Diva Polish. It included Material Girl & Bitchcraft.. I have already shown Material Girl, and given the title of this post, I am pretty sure that you know that you will see Bitchcraft today.

I was so frustrated with the weather here during my time of wearing this gorgeous holo polish.. Not. One. Day. With. Sun. Seriously. I had already been wearing it for 3 (maybe even 4 days) when I did take photos.. and I already had some great tip wear going on. I will have to swatch it again when we actually have a full out sunny day.. Right now, you look out, hey, sunny! Look again in 5 minutes, rain. Ugh. Though it isn't as bad as what Calgary is having to put up with. Zoiks!

Anyways. On to the photos..





Here is the description from the shop.. muchos better than what I could ever say:

"This has color shifting glitter like you have seen in the elytras. The shift is from blue to red. I have these lovely glitters swimming in a dark charcoal linear holographic jelly! This is best at 3 coats on its own but can be layered over black if you are into conservation like me."

I decided to add some rose activity to the nails.. I don't remember everything I used.. I had them all sitting by the computer for when I'd get this post up.. but.. all of these were at the computer and I decided to declutter and put everything away..


That is a medium sized Bath & Body Works bag and it almost half full. That is ridiculous. Whoops. Nail polish blogger problem?

You can snag yourself a bottle of Bitchcraft HERE and look at all of the other gorgeous polish. I am on a strict no-buy, but I see a bunch that I want when I can "buy" again.. (:

See you all again very soon and have an awesome day!!

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