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Nail Challenge Day 17: Purple Glitter

Which girl doesn't love glitter? Well certainly not any in my house. Even with all the fuss about its removal, it's definitely a big hit. Now combine that with one of my favourite colours and we have a winner! 

You can simply add your gorgeous glitter polish onto a few nails or accent nails only. Here I'm adding Sinful Colors I Miss You over Sinful Colors Fig.

And if your really obsessed over glitter like I am, them go ahead and apply it over all your nails instead.

Stay tuned for Day 18: Half Moons 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 Glitter!
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  1. men will never understand the pains of child labor. menstrual cramps and removing glitter nail polish.

    love your nails!

  2. Wow, Fig is absolutely gorgeous! Just the kind of purple I love! Beautiful manicure! Wasn't this your favourite day so far?!

  3. ooo sparkly :D
    simplelittlepleasures has a nice trick for removing glitter nailpolish!

    1. oh yes thank you! hope ur enjoying ur goodies

  4. omg omg! This is lovely! The glitter and the base...they're beautiful together!

    1. oh yes, i think i'm going to repeat this one again to wear for a longer time

  5. love that glitter!

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  6. i never seen a sinful glitter polish amazing color. do u have any special tricks to removing the glitter? I actually kind of enjoy peeling it off with a pair of tweezers lol great post!

    1. haha! No just lots of nail polish remover and cotton

  7. Haha yes! I love the full glitter version!!! :D Veryyyy pretty combo <3


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