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Bling in the New Year with Orly

I love glitter polishes for this holiday season and most nail polish companies seem to bring out the glittery collections this time of year anyway. So after wearing my green glitter toes and getting multiple stares (good ones) at my feet I definitely wanted some more glitter.
Orly’s Bling in the New Year collection (available at Wonderful World for $38TT) assisted me with continuing on with my glitter phase. Since I already tried red and green glitter, I opted for another traditional holiday colour of gold. Orly’s Prism Gloss Gold is a clear polish with mostly gold glitter and some holographic specks. The glitter particles are the smallest I have seen this year. I used three coats to get a nicely coated glitter covering. The holographic specks show up nicely as blue, purple and green in the light. 
 
Here’s hoping you have a wonderful Christmas day, enjoy all the glitter you want and have a really Happy New Year!
XOXO
Naomi

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