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PC Girl with Milani

After being accused of only loving pink nail polishes, I thought I would branch out! It’s true I love me some pink nail polish, but right after that I love me some bling or sparkle and that is what you get with PC Girl from Milani. Now the name… well not sure how that came about but this is actually a beautiful eye dazzling silver polish. My camera was in shock! 
I love milani nail polishes (next to my China Glaze of course); they have yet to disappoint me. This colour is fun and I would wear this when I want to change things up. Now I want to pull out all my silver bangles and jewelry to wear with my blingy nails!
Happy Silver Bling!
XOXO
Naomi

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  1. i have yet to try milani's polishes but this one def has me interested. Its so pretty.

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    1. If you are into golds, try gold lame'. Super pretty too

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    1. Yayyy! Any favourite silver polishes in your stash?

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