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18 May 2010

NOTD - Nude Hologram Hexograms


I feel like I haven't done a NOTD in quite awhile and that is probably because I haven't! As you can see in the picture above my nails aren't looking the best, especially my index and middle finger as I trapped both nails in the freezer door last week! So they aren't looking there best, so I thought I would use two polishes to distract from the horrible ridges etc. 

I basically applied two coats of Eyeko Nude Polish which I have to say applies really well for the price. Then just one coat of Barry M Hologram Hexogram...
 

... (as it is quite a thick formula) which is perfect for putting over any polish and is great for toenails. I am not sure why but it just looks good! 

It isn't that summery but I just wanted something that wouldn't stain my nails orange like a certain Nails Inc polish did last week and just something to cover my traumatised nails!
 

9 comments:

Olivia said...

I think I would like to see more glitters...

Fee said...

@Olivia -

More glitter on my nails? Or just more glittery nail polish in general?

x

Lauren ♥ said...

I really like this!
glitter + nude = pretty :)

Jeweled Thumb said...

I love polishes with "oddly" shaped glitter or rather unusual glitter. I should try the one I have over nude. I usually use it over black or deeper colors, purples, reds, etc.

Fashion Meets Food said...

very classic! Love it!

xo

Olivia said...

Why did I never know about Barry M's Hologram Hexogram before? I love it!! xx

alriiight duchess said...

loving the unusual nude/glitter combo.
I've never noticed that Barry M polish either!
xx
www.makeupandmojitos.blogspot.com

Eyelining said...

Hullo! I nominated you for a blog award :-)
http://eyeliningobsessions.blogspot.com/2010/05/blog-award.html
xx

Renay Shanel said...

soooo pretty :D

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