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Layering: SinfulColors My Buoyfriend

My Buoyfriend just might be my new favorite blue polish. I don't normally get too excited over blue polish, but this is definitely one to add to your collection. Just look... It's sooooo pretty!

Sinful Colors My Buoyfriend Layering

Sinful Colors My Buoyfriend Sally Hansen Pink-Grape Fruit

Sinful Colors My Buoyfriend Layering

Sinful Colors My Buoyfriend Sally Hansen Pink-Grape Fruit

Sinful Colors My Buoyfriend Layering

Polishes Used:

2 Coats Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
3 Coats SinfulColors My Buoyfriend
1 Coat Sally Hansen Pink-Grape Fruit
1 Coat OPI Clear Top Coat
1 Coat Seche Vite

My Buoyfriend is part of SinfulColors' Ahoy There! collection. If I had to pick only one blue out of the four in this nautical collection, this would be it! Pink-Grape Fruit is part of the Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear Summer 2013 Limited Edition Collection.

What's so special about My Buoyfriend? It's an insanely pretty shade of cornflower blue that's definitely unique in my collection. I added Pink-Grape Fruit for a little pink sparkle on top. The base of Pink-Grape Fruit is a very light jelly lavender that shows up mostly clear when layered. I'm not sure if another coat or two would be cloudy. I was happy with the glitter payoff in just one coat.

You know, I wasn't thinking patriotic when I painted this on my nails, but it wouldn't be a bad 4th of July manicure. It's a gentle nod to the red, white, and blue without looking like you're headed to a Presidential Debate! Will I keep this on 'til Thursday? Probably not. And it's not that I don't like it...

But...

We moved this past weekend. That means that allllll the nail polish came out of the Helmer, made the move, and now... it needs to go back into the Helmer. I can't reorganize without coming up with at least 5 different manicure ideas! 

Unless someone else would like to organize all that polish for me...

Anyone?

Bueller?

Bueller?

Yeah.

I didn't think so.

What's on your nails? And will it stay there 'til the 4th?!?


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