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KBShimmer Winter 2014

Hey dolls! This evening I have photos for you of the KBShimmer Winter 2014 collection. It features ten glitter-filled shades in a variety of finishes. KBShimmer Deja Brew is described as a brown polish with cinnamon red undertones that set off the linear holographic rainbow. I shouldn’t even have to say how much I love this polish. I got delayed in
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China Glaze Glass is Lime Greener

Hey dolls! I’m in the process of cleaning out vault photos and I came across China Glaze Glass is Lime Greener. I picked this shade up months ago during one of the Sally Beauty clearance sales. You can tell this picture is old based on the length of my nails. Glass is Lime Greener is a pastel, almost neon lime
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Aliquid Lacquer Angel In Hell

Hey dolls! Long time no post! This evening I have photos for you of the Aliquid Lacquer Angel In Hell collection. This collection was inspired by The Phantom of the Opera novel and musical and features six shades. Aliquid Lacquer Corpse de Ballet is described as a ballerina pink with white and black/purple flecks and green shimmer. I thought this shade
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R29 + Rescue Beauty Lounge

Hey dolls! I’m sure you all are just as excited as I am from the post title. Rescue Beauty Lounge has teamed up with Refinery29 for their first outside collaboration. I’m a huge fan of Refinery29 as they post everything from fashion, beauty, politics, and entertainment news. The R29 + Rescue Beauty Lounge collection features seven shades that were inspired
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Barielle Me Couture

Hey dolls! This evening I have photos for you of the Barielle Me Couture collection. This fall collection features six creme polishes that would look great on a wide range of skin tones. Barielle Berry Posh is described as a creamy deep fuchsia. This is one of those shades that just works any time of year. Berry Posh had a creme-jelly hybrid
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Cirque Knickerbocker

Happy Saturday dolls! Cirque Knickerbocker is November’s release for the Metropolis collection. This shade is a deep chocolate brown creme with a flawless formula. Knickerbocker applied easily in two coats and was very pigmented. I’ve been really into brown polishes lately, so I enjoyed wearing Cirque Knickerbocker. It is currently available here for $13 or at one these stockists. Your ads
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NYC Crystal Couture

Hey dolls! I hope you all have been having a good week. It’s been a long, but productive one for me. I spent the entire day at an elementary school then stood in line for two hours waiting to vote. Some get upset about the inconvenience, but I think it’s great to see so many people exercising their right to
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Twinsie Tuesday ~ Halloween ~ Nailed Kit Decals

Hey dolls! I’m by no means a fan of Halloween and you all haven’t really seen any typical Halloween manis from me. I guess it goes back to my childhood and how the holiday really wasn’t a big deal. I don’t have any memories of costumes and if we did anything it was either at church or a community center
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Breast Cancer Awareness ~ Smitten Polish Frangipani

Hey dolls! This week’s breast cancer awareness mani features two shades from Smitten Polish. I wanted this look to have a lot of sparkle, so I went for two holos. The look started with a base of Smitten Polish Frangipani, a soft pink holo. After Frangipani dried, I used single chevrons and Smitten Polish Her Name Was Rose to re-create
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Zoya Matte Velvet

Hey dolls! I hope that you all have had an enjoyable weekend. The week of Zoya features is coming to an end with the collection I was most excited about, the Matte Velvets. This collection was first released and loved by many in 2009. The formula was the same on each polish. They were all extremely pigmented and applied effortlessly
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