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Fishbowl Friday *032*

It's been a little bit of a crazy week, and I know, I say that just about every week lately! But seriously, I've been fighting headaches all week, and it's just not a good time for me to be sick right now. Waaaay too many things to get done! So, thankfully, the Fishbowl threw me a little bit of a bone with ACCENT nails for this week's installment of Fishbowl Friday...

Copper Glitter Accent Mani

SinfulColors Endless Blue Accent Mani

Blue & Gold Accent Mani

SinfulColors Endless Blue Accent Mani

Essie Summit of Style Accent Mani

Polishes Used:

1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
3 Coats SinfulColors Endless Blue
1 Coat Rainbow Honey Cuprum Veritas
Essie Summit of Style
Spoiled No Reception

Bright blue and copper are just meant to go together, don't you think? I seriously love this combination. The only thing I wish, is that I had a superfine coppery glitter in my stash. I'm pretty sure I don't have one, but there might be one lurking in the sparklestash. My stash is in the midst of being organized and packed, so... who knows, really? I'll just be glad when it's nice and tidy and all in one place.

Endless Blue was a real no brainer for the bright blue. It's seriously becoming a staple favorite of mine. Definitely going to need another bottle!

For the copper counterpart of this ACCENT mani... I started out with one coat of Cuprum Veritas, from Rainbow Honey's June mystery bag. It's a little too orange, and rather than remove and start all over, I just tried to balance out the orange with silver glitter in the way of No Reception. I did a couple of coats back and forth between Summit of Style and No Reception to get a little cooler copper color. I just can't resist using tons of layers!

As much as I like this layering, it's definitely coming off tonight! I've got a wedding to attend tomorrow and these accents just don't quite go with what I'm planning on wearing! So... that's that, I suppose. Happy Friday... and have a great weekend!!!


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