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Fishbowl Friday *012*

Okay... so the prompts have been super duper mixed up and this week I pulled....... MONOCHROMATIC!

Monochromatic Manicure

Monochromatic Nails

Monchromatic Manicure

Purple Manicure

Materials Used:

1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
3 Coats Wet n Wild Who is Ultra Violet?
1 Coat SinfulColors Clear Coat
1 Coat Seche Vite

1 Day of Wear

Born Pretty Plate QA92
Bundle Monster Plate BM-407
China Glaze Sweet Hook
China Glaze Grape Juice
China Glaze VIII
Konad Plate m98
L.A. Girl Eutopia
Orly Saturated
Q Girl Plate Q016
Seche Vite
SinfulShine Spitfire

Not really too much to say here! I stuck with purple since I was already wearing Who is Ultra Violet when I pulled the prompt. It's a really fun mid-toned purple shade, which always works great for stamping! It allowed me to go dark or light with my stamping accents, and of course... I had to add in some glitter!

So, I mentioned how I was working on getting organized, right? Well, I'm really going to try to post the prompt for the week further in advance than just when I blog about it. I'm thinking Friday or Saturday night... maybe I'll post it on Instagram? That way if you want to join in on the fun, you totally can... the more the merrier!!! :)

#ff2015

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