Monday, January 19, 2009


I free handed french tips with China Glaze - Turned Up Turquoise, then painted two coats of China Glaze - Fairy Dust (one of my favorite nail polishes, EVER!). However, when I painted my usual top coat of Poshe, I had major tip pulling ?!? Why, Poshe, you and China Glaze usually get along together so well?? So if you enlarge the pics you will see what was left after Poshe and China Glazes fight. :( Can't we all just get along?


Olga said...

Now that's a pretty mani! Fairy Dust gives it the requisite glittery effect.

Brooke said...

OLGA - Glitter is a must isn't it???

Asami said...

I have "Turned Up Turquoise" too! :)

Brooke said...

ASAMI - I thought I was going to love this color alot more than I did. Don't get me wrong I really like this color, but I just wanted it to sing at me from my nails or something :P

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