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Layering: Berry Wrong

Have I ever mentioned how much I love jelly polishes? They're soooo versatile, and they do really cool things to the layers underneath them. Especially in manicures like this one...

Hard Candy Mr. Wrong, L'Oreal Berry Nice

Hard Candy Mr. Wrong Layering

Hard Candy Mr. Wrong, L'Oreal Berry Nice

Hard Candy Mr. Wrong Layering MACRO

Polishes Used:

1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
1 Coat L'Oreal Berry Nice
2 Coats Hard Candy Mr. Wrong
1 Coat Sally Girl Gold Glitter
2 Coats L'Oreal Berry Nice
1 Coat Borghese Top Coat
1 Coat Seche Vite

Berry Nice from L'Oreal completely transformed the colors in Mr. Wrong. Normally, Hard Candy's Mr. Wrong is an indigo-blurple and gold foil polish. It's pretty on its own, but add a thin layer of jelly purple underneath and 2 on top, and it's full-on purple and coppery rose-gold sparklefest.

It's no secret that I loveLoveLOVE glitter, and Glitter Sandwiches are my FAVORITE kind of manicure. It's always fun to layer polishes together to create different and unique looks. Mr. Wrong would probably look really good layered with a couple of different jelly polishes from my stash... :)

What do you think of this layering?


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