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Nail Candy Wheel-Vol. 2

By Stephanie1 @NewBeautyReview
Here's my latest Nail Wheel. 18 more colors/ideas for you to try!
#3 (Frenzy by Sinful Colors) is a new favorite (I nicknamed it my Mermaid Polish) that I picked up recently & cant wait to mix with a few polishes I have.
Instead of just doing plain polish, I combined 2 to show one of my favorite combinations.
#5 is a home made version of a Gellish combination I usually get when I get a gel nail polish mani at the salon. I had gone in wanting something that looked like sparkling diamonds on my nails. My "nail stylist" Julie (Hi Julie!!!), who gives me the most perfect manicure/pedicure ever, suggested a light silver with these chunky sparkles on top because the color I had chosen had run out.
It worked! My nails never looked better and being that it was gel, it stayed shiny and looking new for 2 full weeks!
Since I don't have a gel polish system (yet) I realized I could accomplish a similar look by painting 1 coat of Metalhead (Icing) & 1-2 coats of Set In Stones (Essie) on top.
#8 is a fun color because it's festive so you can wear it during the holidays but also as a snazzy red.
#15 is a color I've loved and worn forever, like since I was little. I've gone through countless bottles and brands but as long as it's a pale neon pink, I'm fine! It's my go-to in the summer and looks amazing on tan toes!
#9 is similar but a much deeper, hot pink, which is also nice to wear just beacuse but really pops in the summer.
#10 & #11 are both simply pink and silver glitter in clear polish. These are good to add magic to a plain color. 1-2 top coats of these are all you need to add sizzle to your plain polish. I do this a lot actually, mixing polishes.
Sometimes a girl just needs a little sparkle in her life and this is a quick & easy way to do that ;-)
Nail Candy Wheel-Vol. 2
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