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Nail Challenge Day 8: Flakie Idol

Oh how I love flakies! Chunks of gold embedded in a clear base. It has the power to transform just a regular coloured polish into something special.


Here's the base colour used, L.A.Girl Color Addict polish in Idol. It's a greyish blue with subtle golden shimmer.


So flakies polishes like this one I used, China Glaze Luxe and Lush from the Hunger Games Collection, two coats of it should be enough to create enough golden chunky sparkle. It's so much prettier in reality, the camera seems to not be able to perfectly capture the sparkles.


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  1. Pretty nails, I love the sparkle.

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  2. Luxe and Lush is GORGEOUS and I love how you can use it with any colour and it will look great!

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  3. Flakies for the win! This is such a gorgeous combination! I almost used Luxe and Lush too lol

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