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Hardcore Metals (Antique Gold, Copper, Graphite) with L.A. Girl Metallic Nail Polishes

I’ve fallen hard for metals! L.A.Girl Metal metallic nail polishes make that so easy to do. So shiny and bright, sparkly like a star in the dark midnight sky! Sounds poetic right. Well they are dreamy; the three colours anyway I managed to hijack from Wonderful World. At $15TT a bottle I can get two of these babies for the price of one China glaze (Side note: I still love me some China Glaze)

From left to right: Antique Gold, Copper & Graphite

Pure colour, from back view
The first one up is the majestic Copper that sparkles in the light with its reddish orange tone. The oranges specks really show up in the sunlight. Love!


Next up is Graphite. In the initial pictures and in the bottle it shows up more silvery but two coats really show why its name is graphite. The silver specks show up now. It’s so rocker chic.
And last the Antique Gold that is the star of the three. So far everyone who has seen my nails with this colour on wants to know what it is. So as the name applies it’s not a true gold and I guess the old flare makes it so interesting.
Well even though the Antique gold is my favourite, Graphite is still a strong contender with Copper following not too far behind. I enjoyed wearing all three and see myself making a bee line for Wonderful World again soon to see what other precious metals I can dig up.
XOXO
Naomi

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