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Mimosa's Before Mani's Under The Boardwalk

Hello everyone!

Today I bring you two previously untried polish of mine.. and two polish that I think are nothing short of exquisite after using them.

I paired China Glaze Mimosa's Before Mani's with Joyful Noise Cosmetics Under The Boardwalk - separately, I adore both, but together, they are kind of amazing. You'll have to scope and see what I mean. Though I ask of you to please forgive my cuticles. I have been a cuticle cutter for the last.. year? I have now decided to stop clipping/picking at them all the time and just leave them as is. It is going to be a bit of a process, I know.




Mimosa's Before Mani's is a peach-meets-coral colour infused with gold shimmer.. So, basically it is drool-worthy. The first coat was a little iffy, but the second coat evened everything out. It was gorgeous all on its own, but I knew I had to jazz it up some more.

Under The Boardwalk is jam packed with glittery goodness! Various sizes, shapes, colours, even some bar glitter - be still my heart! You can pick that gem up HERE.


I feel this is a perfect summer mani. Simple, yet it definitely packs a punch. I am in serious like with my nails as of right now.

I hope you're all having a great day - and I shall see you again soon!
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