Wednesday, October 8, 2008


Isn't that sparkly?? I love it! I did this a few months ago, in the middle of summer when the sun was bright, and everytime I went outside I couldn't help but look at all the bling on my nail tips.

I used Spit Fire by Pure Ice. It is a chunky, light pink glitter polish. I just simply painted only my nail tips with this. I used about 4 coats to acheive the look I got here.

As most of you know, glitter is one of the worst polishes to remove. It is simply time consuming to say the least. However, I did this mani when it was almost time to take off my current fake nails, so I simply used the clippers to cut the ends down and soaked what was left of my nails in pure acetone to remove.

What do you think of this look? Something you would like to try or too "flashy" for your tastes?

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