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Floral Nails featuring Madam Glam nail polish

Hello everyone!

Long time, no see. I know.

Let's see.. during my absence I: moved, transitioned into 'birthday season', and had something really horrible happen - but I don't want to really discuss that right now. Though, this horrible thing that happened is the reason behind me wanting to do nail art tonight..

PLUS! I wanted to share some awesome Madam Glam polish that was so kindly sent out to me. I must say, I am quite the fan of their formula.. and this one colour.. oh maaaaaan.

I was contacted by a rep from Madam Glam (not sure if I can use the name or not.. but, Hi A!) - and she asked if I was interested in trying out some more products. Duh, of course! She told me to select a couple shades, but I went a different route - I feel like I am constantly picking the same types of colours - so I asked her to choose for me.

She did good!

These were the polish I was sent:
Midnight
Vintage Girl
Heart Stone
Caribbean Island

 I also had two other new to me polish hanging out on my desk, asking to join in.. so.. shall we?


I used:
  • China Glaze Strong Adhesion Base Coat
  • Essie Madison Ave-hue
  • Madam Glam Vintage Girl
  • China Glaze Whip It Good
  • Madam Glam Midnight
  • Madam Glam Heart Stone
  • Madam Glam Caribbean Island
  • Dotting Tool
  • Little Brush
  • Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat

Ok. Guys. Gals? It all works. I am actually extremely obsessed with the formula on these Madam Glam polish. Especially for nail art-ing it up. Sometimes I find that some polish is soooo runny, and it never seems to want to become 'tacky'. This stuff does become tacky SUPER QUICK, which at first worried me, because then usually it is a baby step from tacky-to-dry. No, this stayed workable the entire time. And usually I have to dab new polish down constantly. Start to finish for 'Vintage Girl' for the flowers.. 1 dot. For serious. Mind, blown! Love. And I was on their site and saw a polish called 'Cheeky Lemon'.. must.. refrain!

Have an amazing day - and I will start seeing you guys more regularly. I swear!

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