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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

I have the Christmas Tree + Shades of the Season Polishes

Hello Lovelies...

Today's post is a fairly simple Christmas design that was inspired by some nail polishes I picked up from CVS when I went in there a couple of days ago. The colors in the polish pack are so Christmas-y, I immediately thought of a Christmas tree stamping. The brand isn't one I've heard of before, but it's called "Shades of the season".



Here are the polishes. No individual names on theses, so I'll refer to them by their colors whenever I use them. This is the Glitter Collection.

Look at how it was packaged in the store? Such a distracting substance! lol.. Made me say, "Ohhh I want this". It was less than $10 dollars (which was my CVS budget), so I indulged and got them. So much glitter! Most of them aren't opaque enough to be used on their own, so you would want to use them as layering topcoats. But they paint on nails nicely, and dry in good enough time. Definitely has some very "Christmas-y" colors in here.

For Today's Mani, I used 3 coats of the red polish. Then stamped the Christmas tree on my ring finger with Sally Hensen White French Tip using BM plate 205.
I painted on the green polish, the blue polish (barely noticeable), and the whitish polish (that has the green colored glitters in it).
For my ring Finger, I didn't apply too much of the green glitter polish (now I wish I did), but I used more of the Whitish polish. It kind of sucks that these don't have individual names. Maybe I should cook up one of them...Hmmm?
The star on the Christmas tree was gotten from a nail polish (Kleancolor - Silver star). Sealed it all with SV.

Anyhoo, That's it for now my dearies. 
Till Later, God bless. 

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