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Life is Rosy and Red

It's the love month and I am feeling the love. Life is Rosy is such a fun and inspirational name for a polish from the China Glaze Avant Garden collection. Add some red glitter hearts and you've got yourself some easy valentine's day nails.



The base colour is called Life is Rosy and just two coats was enough to give even and opaque coverage. I did find the formula just a tad bit thicker than I usually expect from China Glaze but not difficult to work with anyway.



I used Love Marilyn also from China Glaze to add some red and silver glitter to my simple design. Use a nail dotter to add some dots in straight lines and also to freehand the small heart in the design. The large heart on the accent finger was done using a tape stencil. Hope you enjoyed and Happy Love Month!


Happy Rosy and Red Life!


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