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12 MoC: Razzleberry Sparkles

SinfulColors Feeling Great and Rainbow Honey The Master

Rainbow Honey The Master Accent mani

SinfulColors Feeling Great Accent Mani

Rainbow Honey The Master Accent Mani

Polishes Used:

1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
3 Coats SinfulColors Feeling Great
2 Coats Rainbow Honey The Master
1 Coat SinfulColors Clear Coat
1 Coat Seche Vite

It's officially the time of year to Razzleberry All. The. Things. Okay, so maybe that's just my Dad, but it's definitely contagious! I find it really easy to get stuck in a rut of red, green, gold, silver, and repeat this time of year. There's definitely nothing wrong with switching it up a little bit and painting your nails a nice bright pink! (or really, any other bright color you love!) To make it festive, just do what I did, and add a little bit of shimmer on your accent nails! Insta-Holiday Classic!!!

Feeling Great was hanging out with the Holiday SinfulColors display the last time I was at RiteAid. I've never met a bright pink I didn't like, so I just had to pick it up, despite the fact that I'm supposed to be on a No Buy right now. In my defense, I did have a coupon, so, that makes me feel a little bit better. Feeling Great could've easily been opaque in 2 coats, but I was a little tired while painting, so the third coat was a necessity for me. Midnight painting isn't always the best idea, but it always seems like it at the time. O.o  
The Master came in December's Rainbow Honey Mystery Bag, and I've gotta say... Rainbow Honey is really making a case for switching to a full size subscription! I'm seriously loving their creations lately! The Master is loaded with sparkle! It's a mix of small pink and purple irridescent glitter and irridescent gold flakies packed in a sheer pink base. The glitter payoff is amazing. I used 2 coats for my mani, but I had great coverage with just one!

I'm seriously loving this mani, but not really enough to keep it on for another day. And, I've definitely got 9 more Manis of Christmas to go... (#12 will very likely be my NYE mani, but still.)



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