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12 MoC: Charmed Wonderland





Polishes Used:

1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
3 Coats Revlon Bare Bones
5 Coats SinfulColors Charmed
1 Coat Borghese Clear Coat
1 Coat Seche Vite

So, I'm still not sure how I feel about this pairing. It's a more demure accent manicure, at least where I'm concerned. I wanted to stick with the glitter/metallic accent nail, and thought that pairing it with a neutral could be super pretty. The above pics were taken in artificial light, and for some reason, my camera just did not want to capture decent pictures. I was in bed sick all day yesterday, so... Can I blame it on that? Awesome.

Bare Bones is one of my favorite neutral polishes. It pairs with my skin tone really well. I was definitely thinking sugar cookies while I was painting my nails. Shadewise though, Bare Bones definitely leans more towards oatmeal or wheat grains. And I have definitely never used silver icing on sugar cookies... Is that even a thing?

Anyway... 

Charmed is a really pretty silver glitter with sparse flecks of multicolored glitter. It's very different from the other fine glitter polishes in my collection, and I'm definitely glad I got to use it in one of my Holiday manicures. I feel like I gravitate toward gold glitter polishes this time of year, so Charmed was a really nice way to mix it up.

Would you wear Charmed Wonderland?

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