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Nail Challenge Day 4: Green Nabi Nails

Unexpected! That's what I have to say for this gorgeous green colour. My coworker introduced me to this brand of nail polish called Nabi. She's a true nail addict like myself so we love discovering new brands of polish especially when it is so reasonably priced.


Honestly I just love the colour on its own. It complements my skintone very well with it dark rich hue.




But I felt a bit guilty just doing a plain polish so I spruced up the green with some complementary hearts in red, red-orange and orange. 


Stay tuned for Day Five: Blue Nails and be sure to stop by Jayne's blog Cosmetic Proof and Traci's blog DrinkCitra to see what gorgeous designs they also created for this challenge! 

Happy Green Nails!
XOXO
Naomi
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Comments

  1. This green looks fantastic on you! What a beautiful fall colour! The hearts are such a cute addition. I love it!

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  2. This shade looks reallly good on you! I love the heart addition too, it gives the whole mani a lovely fall feel to it.

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  3. Oh Nabi!!! Do you find the smell from it a tad annoying? These look so cute with the little hearts! It makes me think of a button up jacket.

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  4. oh it's beautiful!
    you did a great job painting those hearts. ;)

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  5. What a gorgeous deep green! I love the hearts! So cute!

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  6. That green is gorgeous! I've seen these polishes somewhere before but can't figure out where. Great job

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  7. This deep vibrant shade shows up really well on you! Cute pattern too

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