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Layering: L'Oreal Bubble Trouble

Here's a layering I did using L'Oreal Bubble Trouble... (from the Miss Candy collection) or as I like to call it... Malibu Stacy: The Pastel Edition*.

L'Oreal Bubble Trouble Layering
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L'Oreal Bubble Trouble Layering
Sunlight

L'Oreal Bubble Trouble Layering
Sunlight

L'Oreal Bubble Trouble Layering
Natural Light

L'Oreal Bubble Trouble Layering
Natural Light

L'Oreal Bubble Trouble Layering Macro
Macro
Polishes Used:

1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
3 Coats L'Oreal Bubble Trouble
1 Coat Revlon Sparking
1 Coat SOPI Indi-Go With the Flow
1 Coat SOPI Sugar Plum Faeries Gone Wild
1 Coat L'Oreal Bubble Trouble
1 Coat OPI Top Coat
1 Coat Seche Vite

This manicure is so incredibly girly that it's not even funny! And I LOVE IT!!! Bubble Trouble is part of the Miss Candy Collection from L'Oreal... a pretty pink pastel jelly polish. I couldn't just paint Bubble Trouble on my nails and be done with it, though... It was begging to be turned into a Jelly Glitter Sandwich.

Soooooo, I painted on a coat of Revlon Sparkling... fine and chunky pink glitter with decent coverage.

Then, I added Indi-Go with the Flow to my nails, thinking I'd do a sort of reverse Revlon Whimsical/Deborah Lippman Up in the Air sort of thing.

Shiiiiiny... but I couldn't stop there!

1 Coat of SOPI Sugar Plum Faeries Gone Wild pushed this mani right over the edge into glitter OVERLOAD! I topped it with one coat of Bubble Trouble to finish out the sandwich, painted on OPI Top Coat for shine, and sealed the whole thing up with Seche Vite.

This might be a complete glitterbomb of a layering, but I really like it. If I would do it again, I'd probably skip the coat of Indi-Go with the Flow. Bubble Trouble turned it into a really pretty lavender shade that's almost identical to Sugar Plum Faeries Gone Wild. Ah, well. Live and learn, right?

How would you layer Bubble Trouble?!?


*I'm not dissing Barbie or anything. I played Barbies ALL. THE. TIME. when I was little. Just ask my sister!

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