I've even done it, I'll admit it. But not today. Today, MAUVE... it's your day!
1 Coat Fingerpaints Smooth Over Ridge Filler
3 Coats Sally Hansen Get Down (middle)
3 Coats Spoiled Thanks a Latte (thumb, pointer, pinky)
3 Coats Zoya Tomoko (ring)
2 Coats SinfulColors Clear Coat
1 Coat Seche Vite
So, lately I've really been loving the combination of blush pink with maroon. So, this accent mani was born out of that a little bit. Then, I added Zoya Tomoko for a little bit of texture and sparkle. Because we can't not have sparkle.
Painting my nails last night definitely made me more than a little bit nostalgic. Spoiled polishes tend to do that to me. I'm not bitter that the line was discontinued, but I'm not over it yet, either. Thanks A Latte applied in three easy coats, thanks to the wider mani-curve brush. I know I used to call it a mop, but I've come to appreciate it over the years! And I'm loooooving the pinky beige color.
Get Down by Sally Hansen was likely purchased in an attempt to find a Marsala shade. I think. It's definitely too purple for that, but when you're first hunting down Pantone shades, your eyes do wonky things. Formula on this was great, excellent coverage, three easy coats. I like this shade on my nails much better than in the bottle. Love it when that happens!
And then there's Zoya Tomoko... my absolute go-to for accent manicures. Glitter is always a great option for accent nails, but glitter and texture together? Done and done!