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Sunday, December 11, 2011

Christmas Present Mani

Hi all. It would not be Christmas without a Christmas present mani so that's what I'm showing you today!


The base colors from L to R are: China Glaze Mistletoe Kisses, Wet n Wild Burgundy Frost, China Glaze Starboard and China Glaze Stroll.  The bows were just made by mixing different acrylic paints and using a striper brush.

CURSE THIS MANI!! It chipped like none other and I have no idea why. I used Seche Vite on it. Burgundy  Frost always chips on me in less than a day, but this entire thing went crazy after like one single day. Behold:



Oh well. It looked cute for the day that it lasted :)


Hope you all are doing well! See you later :)

16 comments:

  1. This is so cute! I absolutely love it, and I love the variety. Great job!

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  2. SOOOO cute too bad it chipped so fast

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  3. Thats Great. So beautyful christmas manicure.

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  4. Very cute! My seche has been shrinking and chipping my nail polish like crazy lately. Whhhyyyy????

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  5. Your index finger is my fave! LOVE that color combo! :D

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  6. That's super cute! Too bad about the chipping but at least you have the pictures! :)

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  7. Adorable! These color combos are amazing. Love it =)

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  8. so great, and it's a bummer they chipped so fast. Some polishes just cannot be stopped :(

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  9. The colors are so gorgeous! Too bad it chipped after 1 day :(
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  11. Bummer about it not lasting, but it sure is adorable, as always!

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