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Layering: Feel the Treble 24/7

Pink/Orange/Teal Manicure

Layering with Pink, Orange, and Teal

Layering Mani with Pink, Orange, and Teal

Pink, Orange, and Teal Seriotype Nails

Polishes Used:

1 Coat Fingerpaints Smooth Over Ridge Filler
China Glaze Treble Maker
SinfulColors 24/7
SinfulColors Feel The Vibe
SinfulColors Pink Happy Thoughts
1 Coat SinfulColors Clear Coat
1 Coat Seche Vite

So, I can't exactly say that this manicure turned out the same as it looked in my head. But that doesn't mean I don't like it. The look was inspired from a graphic at Church on Sunday. It was one of those moving on-screen graphics with a really pretty mix of glowing coral, pink, and aqua.

I started out with Feel The Vibe as my base. Two easy coats and I was ready for random smatterings followed by saran wrap. Am i addicted to this type of manicure? Yes. I feel like it's safe to admit that here. I really can't get enough of how the colors mesh and meld together.

While I do in general like how this manicure turned out, I'm not completely loving it. I think Feel The Vibe was a little too orange. I originally wanted to go with a coral and then started feeling adventurous. Treble Maker falls in the same category. A little too green of a green.

Thankfully, it's #PLLDay today, so that means I'll get a decent amount of time to do my nails this evening. Especially if I can't make it out of Peanut's room in time for the 8PM airing. That's definitely been a problem lately! So, in addition to more clues about the identity of A/Charles/Black Widow/Red Coat... stay tuned for another mani tomorrow!



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