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Misfit’s Mani Edited

So on Monday Ordinary Misfit published my guest post for her blog. You can view it by clicking here. I was least happy with how my middle fingers turned out and the “nail art” hearts are really just too thick to wear. I did wear my nails that way the next day and one of the hearts managed to pop off, despite quite a few layers of top coat (which obviously bumped and linen printed while I slept). I decided to redo my middle fingers and thumbs to update the mani so I could continue to wear it in the week.

 

I removed the polish and redid my base coat of Tip Top Miraculous Results. I then painted my middle fingers with Yardley Gel-lac in Fuchsia. I found I still had some VNL (Visible Nail Line) after 3 coats of the Gel-lac. I didn’t have this problem when I used it before. I’m not sure if I now paint thinner layers because I’m getting “better” at polishing, but I definitely notice it myself. Again, not something you would see at a glance, but noticeable for someone who scrutinizes their own nails ­čÖé I painted my thumbs with Maybelline Forever Strong Busy Blush. I used both these colours on the dotted gradient on my index fingers in this mani.

 

Misfit's Mani Updated

Misfit’s Mani Updated

Misfit's Mani Updated

Misfit’s Mani Updated

 

Up Close

Up Close

Wow, holding a scarf in your hand certainly makes it look snazzy! I’ve seen it in other nail blogs and this is the first time I’ve tried it. I might just do it again!

 

Polishes used:

Base coat: Miraculous Results

Thumb: Maybelline Forever Strong Busy Blush

Index: Sinful Colors Snow Me White, Yardley Gel-lac Fuchsia, Maybelline Forever Strong Busy Blush, Tip Top Melting Marshmallows

Middle: Yardley Gel-lac Fuchsia

Ring: Tip Top Melting Marshmallows, Tip Top Rocky Road

Pinky: Sinful Colors Snow Me White, Maybelline Forever Strong Busy Blush, Tip Top Melting Marshmallows

Top Coat: Tip Top Quick Repair Top Coat

 

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