The one with Cult Nails Manipulative! ...and some glitter layering :)
By destany on December 01, 2012
I totally forgot to post yesterday! >.< It wasn't intentional. I just had a horrific day yesterday. Everything went wrong. Everything. It was literally, the worst day of my life. And I've had a day where I almost died, so take that as you will...
So what do I have for you today? Well, I have a gorgeous polish, and then I topped it with some glitter! The pretty polish is Cult Nails Manipulative, a very subtley shimmered light blue.
Isn't it pretty!? I love it. So glad I picked it up, too. It's limited...which means once it's gone, it's gone! Well, when I was wearing it, I couldn't leave it alone, so I topped it with Essence Edward, a mix of teal glitters.
I love this combo! I guess I should mention there was no staining. I feel like I have to mention that on every blue now...as every blue is staining...especially the darker blues. So you better snatch up your bottle of Manipulative quickly, before it's gone!
OK, here's something I need to share with you guys. I've been thinking about this for a while, and this decision wasn't exactly easy for me to make. I feel it's time to take this blog in a new direction. I won't be entirely going away from nails. I'll still have my love of nails to share! But I think I need to add more stuff. Makeup, for instance. Some lips, some eyes. I also think I might start adding in some of my every day life - Clark, Lucas, recipes, crafts. What do you guys think? Would you stick around for that? :)
**DISCLAIMER** I was not paid for this review by anyone. I either purchased these polishes myself or were given gifts as friends because I could not find the particular shade I wanted myself. I am not a professional nail tech, nor do I want to be. I'm just someone who enjoys polishing my own nails :)
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