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Pretty & Polished Let Them Have Cake

Hey dolls! Today I have for you the last shade I purchased from the upcoming Pretty & Polished Save the Dauphine collection, which is based on Marie Antoinette. Let Them Eat Cake is a phrase commonly attributed to Marie Antoinette and is the shade I’m showing you today. Let Them Eat Cake is a white based glitter that is filled with pink, yellow, and white hexagons and smaller microglitter. The formula was a little thick, but not problematic. I used three coats in the photo below, but I wish I would have stopped at two because the glitter appears to be more sunken into the base at threee.

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This polish is super girly and I’m sure it will be a hit with all of the white based glitter lovers. Overall, I think this is a really solid collection from P&P. I only passed on one of the shades, Louis Louis, but I’m sure you can find pictures online at this point. Hameau and The Diamond Necklace Affair are definitely the front runners in my book. The Save the Dauphine collection will be released on 1/16/13 and can be purchased here.

*Pretty & Polished products in this post were purchased during a blogger-only pre-sale for review purposes.*

8 Responses to “Pretty & Polished Let Them Have Cake”

  1. Lacky Corner says:

    A very pretty polish! It looks great on you.

  2. MariJo Nails says:

    This polish looks perfect on you!!! Love it!

  3. Heather ツ says:

    almost makes me want to eat fingers! lol

  4. Courtney Pruitt says:

    I found your blog
    off LaurenConrad.com’s forum! I am obsessed with nail polish so I love all of the things you have posted!! excited to see your upcoming posts. check out
    my new blog too at http://www.unpredictableandchic22.blogspot.com

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