Friday, July 17, 2009

SUGAR TIPS

This polish is one I picked up on clearance at Sallys a few weeks ago. I didn't really think I was going to like this as much as I have! This color is just gorgeous and it looks like sugar in a bottle. Plus I love the name "Cut The Cake". I really prefer it for a base color for a french or something like that, as opposed to just wearing it on it's own. I did this as a base with a bright green tip french for my bf's cousin and it was so cute.


The swatch below is four coats with no topcoat. As a base for a french I prefer a more sheer look, so I usually just use two coats.








4 comments:

sweet_little_angel said...

I really like this one. It would look awesome with a regular french tip or with any colour. I just love how frosty it looks. Yum. lol

Lucy said...

I like this! I think it looks fantastic on it's own. Looks pretty on you. Very ice princess like.

Rai said...

I like it! I used to always wear colors like this. lol

Helen (Nice Things) said...

Am LOL-ing at "Sugar Tips". Very Mel Gibson ;)
Nice shade but the sheer-ness of it would wind me up I think.

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