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Matte Black, Gold, and Leopard

Hey everyone!

One of the many, many things I adore about my sister is her sending me screenshots of nails I should do - especially when she is working night shifts.. I wake up to random texts and then random images. Real day makers!

She sent me an image the other week.. and I was like 'hey.. yeah.. I rarely do matte nails - why not?!' and I was not disappointed!

I followed the watermark to the facebook page of Tweetii Sweetii - and found some rad gems along the way! A very talented gal - go check out her FB page HERE


And this is my take. I kind of really like the concept.. minus the fact that I could not make a straight line to save my life. BUT! Besides that, I quite enjoy looking at these beauts!

I used:


Also.. side note: I have decided that the G&G combo is not cutting it.. it sounds like the culprit is the base coat. My nail polish has been chipping within 24 hours since switching to this combo. I really enjoy painting my nails, but every day seems a bit excessive (for me, anyways).

And a side, side note: if I can remember which website I bought my gem polish from, I will provide linkage. For at least my first post using it. Just saying!

All righty.. well.. that wraps up this post!

See you all again soon!!

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