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Double Sunshine! Sunshine Pop from China Glaze and Sun Halo

I blame it on my Sunshine Pop from China Glaze nail polish! On the first day (April 14th) I wore them, one of nature’s magical moments occurred right here in Trinidad. I mean this is so not a joke. It really happened. There was a halo around the sun and while so beautiful to look at, if you didn’t know about it, well you just might have been freaked out, like me! 


Anyway, China Glaze Sunshine Pop is from their Electropop collection that was released earlier this year. Side note: Sweet Hook which is also from this collection is a lilac crème polish, Love! Sunshine Pop is not quite a crème polish; it has some subtle shimmer to it. But the colour itself screams big bird! Two coats were sufficient for a good opacity and I didn’t have any application problems with it. The colour does stain the nails though, so use a good base coat. 

Sun Halo!

So after I got over the fact that aliens weren’t going to take over the planet and it was a natural occurring phenomenon, I took my happy nails to the beach for some more sunshine. How appropriate! 

 
Hope you enjoyed some much needed sunshine!
Happy Sunshine Pop!
XOXO
Naomi

Comments

  1. omg naomi yellow never looked better and u are so on trend with colors, yellow is hot right now. How come i never see the electropop collection. I want all

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    1. Well for Sweet hook that one was on the electropop display when it came out earlier this year, but sunshine pop i actually found in the normal china glaze display. I'm guessing this yellow was not a big seller from the collection so they just sticked it in with the regular colours.

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  2. I LOVE that vibrant color...it looks so good Naomi! Love the beach pic too...it totally looks like heaven to me right now! It's cold & raining, thundering & lightning where I am today! Booo! The halo around the sun is also very cool! :D

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    1. Really? Oh my, well it's a little rainy here today but the sun always comes out eventually! Come to the Caribbean!

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  3. Beautiful nails and awesome capture of nature's phenomenon.Wow!

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    1. Did you get to see it Ana? Eye scorching though!

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  4. This is such a stunning color and perfect for summer! I had no idea there was a sun halo, very cool.

    Boston Princess

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    1. I was totally blow away by the halo!

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  5. those are pretty!! i love china glaze polishes

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    1. Thanks! China glaze and me are like BFF's!

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  6. That shade is so bright and fun! Love it!

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    1. Isn't it? Really love it for this bright sunny weather here in the Caribbean!

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  7. Yellow looks fantastic on you! It's not the easiest colour to wear, but I LOVE it on you!

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    1. Thanks Jayne! Yellow and I have not been the greatest of buddies until i found this one!

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  8. Oh wow, I love the yellow! I've been wanting a yellow polish for a while now - I think I might just go pick one up :)

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    1. Yay!!!!! The only other yellow I have is a bit sheer; that one is by sinful colours

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  9. wow what a nice yellow shade on you!
    makes me feel happy seeing the pics. ;)

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