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Fishbowl Friday 060 // Newest Untried

Happy Friday to you! There's always a big sigh of relief when the end of the week rolls around and it's time for the weekend. When I pulled this prompt last night, I actually forgot that I had even created it. So, it was a nice surprise, considering my January Mystery Bag from Rainbow Honey just arrived! So here it is... my NEWEST UNTRIED polish... (well, one of them, anyway!) 

Rainbow Honey January Mystery Bag Planet M

Rainbow Honey Planet M

Rainbow Honey January Mystery Bag Planet M

Rainbow Honey Planet M

Polishes Used:

1 Coat Fingerpaints Smooth Over Ridge Filler
3 Coats Rainbow Honey Planet M
1 Coat SinfulColors Clear Coat
1 Coat Seche Vite

Planet M is one of two polishes in my Mystery Bag this month. It's a blue-toned raspberry pink shade that I just love! And yes, while I do have a lot of this shade in my stash, the finish is what makes Planet M unique. Tons of tiny little glass flecks, mainly in pink, but I caught some violet and gold flashes in there too. It's a little more amped up than your average shimmer polish.

The formula on Planet M was really good. Just a smidge thicker than the creme polish formula, but that's because of the glass flecks and doesn't affect application at all! I did find that I had slight patchiness at two coats, so I added a third just to make sure everything was covered.

In addition to Planet M, my Mystery Bag also came with Caramel Forest, a really unique glitter topper. It doesn't really go with Planet M all that well, so I'm still trying to figure out what I could layer it wish and how to do it!

I can't say that I have too much in the way of plans for this weekend. Maybe a little shopping. Definitely a lot of playing and snuggling with Peanut. Whatever your weekend plans look like... I hope you and your family have a great one!!!


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