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Daring Digits 80s Hits Vol. 2

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Daring Digits Vol 2

Hey dolls! I have the second installment of the latest Daring Digits collection, 80s Hits Volume 2, for you today. These polishes cover the latter portion of the 1980s. Let’s pick up our memory lane stroll where Volume 1 left off.

We Are the World (USA for Africa, 1985) is filled with green hex and square glitter, teal microglitter, and yellow flowers. This polish was inspired by the colors of the earth (green and blue) and fun flowers. The formula was easy to apply and I didn’t have any issues getting the flowers out. I’m not much for the shaped glitter but I know there will be a lot of people who love this one. This is one coat of We Are the World over Bondi Lady Liberty.

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We Are The World

Walk Like an Egyptian (The Bangles, 1986) is filled with copper, gold, black, and turquoise glitters in various sizes. This polish was inspired by Egyptian garb. I absolutely love this mix of glitters. The formula was easy to use and the glitter was very dense. I used one coat of Walk Like an Egyptian over Essence Just Rock It!

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Walk Like An Egyptian

Livin On A Prayer (Bon Jovi, 1987) is filled with yellow, blue, and black hex glitters and blue microglitter. This polish was inspired by blonde hair, leather jackets, and ripped jeans. Like most people, I can’t help but to scream the words of this song whenever it comes on. The formula was easy to use, but there was not as much glitter payoff as with the others. This is two coats of Livin On A Prayer over Zoya Dove.

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Livin On A Prayer

Faith (George Michael, 1988) is a white jelly base filled with black and blue hex glitter. This polish was inspired by the colors of the music video, black and white with blue accents. This song has such a catchy beat! The formula built up nicely for a jelly and each coat dried relatively quickly. You do have to spread the glitters around to get the desired look on the nail. Three coats of Faith were used for opacity.



Miss You Much (Janet Jackson, 1989) is filled with various sized black and white hexes and a green to gold shimmer. This polish is inspired by the music video and the single cover, with a twist of gold to green shimmer to represent her style and shimmer. This is my jam! I’m dancing in my seat as I type this post with the video playing in the background. I remember singing this song at 5 years old. The formula was easy to use and the glitter was very dense. We have an overabundance of black and white glitters, so I love that this one includes a duochrome shimmer. This is one coat of Miss You Much over Ilasmasqua Poke.

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Miss You Much

Once again, I have to say that the theme of this collection is just so great! These posts have been the most fun that I’ve typed in awhile just because music has a way of transporting you back into time. My favorites from Volume 2 are Walk Like an Egyptian and Miss You Much. The 80s Hits collection is available both individually and as a set. Daring Digits polishes can be purchased here and you can keep up with her on facebook and instagram.

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  • MariJo Nails

    We Are The World is officially stuck in my head now. Love these polishes!

  • cindioverstreet

    I love the yellow flowers in We Are The World. Gorgeous polish that one.

  • Rhonda (nailsbeautiqued)

    The first 3 are my favorite! They are so beautiful…great pics 🙂

  • Erin Ortiz

    I went through a huge 80s phase in high school, I love these polishes 🙂