The Weekly Nail Report — the Christmas edition

December 24, 2011 at 12:35 PM 4 comments


Nail-job craving: OK, I’m being predictable: I want glittery goodness for the holidays.

How I satisfied that craving: I started with a layer of Lancome  Le Vernis in Rose Macaron 31 (out in February 2012), followed by Essie Luxe Effects in Shine of the Times. The holographic sheen this offers is ah-may-zing. But then I added even more obvious glitter overtop with Essie’s A Cut Above.

How this nail colour make me feel: Like I have magical powers — everything I touch will twinkle and sparkle just a little.

Love it or hate it: Love.


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When a bright, bold lipstick is a no-no Merry Christmas!

4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. suzy farrell  |  December 24, 2011 at 2:36 PM

    I love sparkles, shimmer and glitter polish. This looks great! Merry Christmas.

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