Friday, October 17, 2008


After last nights nail art-ing, I polished my nails with N.Y.C. - Saffire. I also used Seche base and top coat on this. This is a pretty unique color. It really does remind me of sapphires. It can look green at times. Very pretty color.

This first shot was taken inside. It just kind of looks dark in the picture, but in real life it has more color than shown here. It kind of shows a little of that dark green tint I was telling you it can take on sometimes.

This was taken outside in the bright sun shine. Here the blue color is more dominant.


Dominica said...

well, of all the nails I've seen, these are just my favourite. Shorter and polished in a round way and I do love the's difficult to find and apply a darker tone on nails...

take care !
Do +++

Brooke said...

DOMINICA - Thanks for the feedback! I like to know who stops by and what they think of my page. Thanks again and have a great day.

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