Saturday, October 6, 2012

Saturday's Stamping: Lilac Sorbet Princess NOTD

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Good evening girls!

Blogging has turned into a bit of a challenge now that there isn't enough daylight during the week either before or after work to take photos.  What's a girl to do?

I suppose I can start by showing you a manicure I created last weekend which featured Accessorize Lilac Sorbet as the base:

 

 I like this polish; I have no issues with application and it's suitable for work which is always a bonus, especially now that my firm have tightened up our dress code.  There's no mention of nail polish in the dress code policy so let's hope it stays that way.


 Looking at this picture below you will realise you have seen this manicure very recently, but in blue.  I liked it so much that I wanted to wear it to work so I changed the colour scheme to pink.


 I sponged Essence Party Princess on my tips and stamped using m36 and Konad Special White polish.


 Party Princess is a jelly which made me worry that it would look very thick when sponged on but a layer of topcoat got rid of any worries I had.


I loved this manicure the first time I did it, in blue, and I love it just as much, if not more, not that it's in pink.  What do you think of it girls?

Bye for now,
Laura

18 comments:

  1. LOVE THIS! The Lilac Sorbet is a beautiful colour and I love the tips you've done. I'm a huge fan of Essence polishes, and party princess is one of my favs xx

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    1. Thanks! Essence polishes are the best :-)

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  2. This is super cute, sweet and feminine!

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  3. It's even cuter than the blue version! :)

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  4. It's gorgeous, I would have done it again <3

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    1. I don't think this will be the last time I do it ;-)

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  5. oh yes! i love it! the blue ones was pretty too!

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  6. I also love it as much as the blue one that you did before! :)

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  7. I think this is just as pretty-it really makes me wonder why I never stamp with the tip designs!!!

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    1. We all need to make more use of them!

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