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Layering: Toad-Ally Sheer Seafoam

Loved this mani so much... I wore it for 2 whole days! Turquoise + Gold = J'Adore!

Spoiled Toad-Ally Layering

Spoiled Toad-Ally Layering

Spoiled Toad-Ally Layering

Spoiled Toad-Ally Layering MACRO

Spoiled Toad-Ally Layering


Polishes Used:

1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
2 Coats Spoiled Toad-Ally
1 Coat Essie As Gold as it Gets
1 Coat Revlon Sheer Seafoam

Hard to believe that I've had Revlon Sheer Seafoam for over 6 months and only got to wearing it recently. I don't even want to think how many other untried polishes are crying out from my Helmer for some love! I remember seeing turquoise paired with gold and just loving that combination. And about me not using As Gold as it Gets... Well...

Maybe once I get another gold flake glitter, I'm sure I'll be obsessed with using that. I must find one in silver also. Something about irregular flakies in nail polish makes me all giddy inside. I received a couple of compliments on this manicure, something that always makes my day!

Sheer Seafoam is an interesting polish. It's a super-sheer blue-green that lends itself to jelly sandwiches so well! It has the level of sheerness that the Zoya flakies have. So sheer that you can layer it over a polish and not worry about it drastically changing the color of the polish, glitter, or flakies underneath. I wish someone would come out with a whole collection of jellies, because I can't get enough of them. Especially when it comes to my love for layering! And about that flaky polish I'm in search of...

What's your favorite gold flaky polish?


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