Sunday, April 26, 2015

NOTD: Starry Blue Sky

Hey everyone!

I only have two weeks left for this semester in Grad School hence the less frequent blog posts. Last week was exhausting but my sparkly nails helped in making me feel better (yes, pretty things makes me happy).


So I've been sporting these nails for a week now and they haven't chipped, well... except for the nail on the thumb... there's a small one but you don't really notice it quickly.


Anyway, I used the polishes above. The Code polishes were bought from Jeju, South Korea. It was an unfamiliar brand and each polish is around $3.00 only so I bought some so I can try them out.


For the base, I chose the Code Professional Nail Polish in V503.

 I love this lavender color. It compliments my warm skin tone very well. :D
I can wear it alone but you know me, I get bored easily with plain nail color so I added glitters!

 I topped it off with Code Professional Nail Polish in G603.

 I added more at the tips so it looks darker with more glitters.


I just love this NOTD. It looks so magical. What do you think?


Cheers,
DAWN

11 comments:

  1. I love glitter and confetti polishes but they are such a PAIN to take off!

    From Manila with Love

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    1. I like them too, and yes, they are difficult to remove. :/

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  2. Oh dear! This is sooo beautiful! I do love the look of glittery and chunky polishes but they do tend to be a bit difficult to remove!

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    1. I agree. I wish there'll be a nail polish remover that deals with glitter polishes. Haha!

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  3. Lovely! I usually stick to nudes and pinks, but I do get the occasional mood for blue. I love how rich the color looks. Like a mysterious royal blue. :)

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    1. I see the mysterious royal blue! Glad you like the look. :D

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  4. Hi! Where can i buy some of this nail polish?

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  5. Hi where can i buy this nail polish

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    1. I bought this at a store somewhere in Jeju, South Korea. I can't remember the name of the place unfortunately. :(

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