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Easy Breakfast with a Frisky Banana

You're probably wondering what does that title mean :) Well I was absolutely loving the quirky names of the new CaraMia Cosmetics Glo polishes. Meet the Frisky Banana!


Are your eyes hurting you yet? Well mines certainly are. In natural lighting you get a softer yellow colour but one still loud enough to get your nails noticed. But wow, the colour is brought to life under the UV light.



Another beautiful colour and glow from the new CaraMia Cosmetics Glo polishes. Every new one I try becomes my newest favourite! :)

Happy Bananas!





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  1. Wow, that colour is incredible! Great photos!!

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  2. What a Punch! Wow - Amazing Colors, Definitely Gonna Check them out.

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    1. Oh yes! Let me know what you think about these when you try them

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  3. Hahahaha OMG kudos to the branding & production teams at Caramia, love the name and quality as well. Def gotta try these fun colours

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