FingerFood’s Theme Buffet #4: Sparkle!

press sampleGood evening everyone! I don’t normally do evening posts, but laundry desperately needed to be done, so posting was put on the back burner. 🙂

I finally figured out something for this week’s theme of Sparkle! For my base, I’ve used Revlon Bare Bones (1 thin coat, 1 thick coat). Holy thin formula Batman! I think I will still like this for undies for other manicures, though.
Revlon Bare Bones | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Then I used Nail Vinyl’s chevrons, which I cut in half then placed at a slant on my nails, then used Shimmer Lorene over the top of that. Lorene was sent to me with another polish for my all-indie Radiant Orchid post. It is an absolutely gorgeous pink/red base polish with so many multi-colored glitters that you don’t think are going to work, but then it’s on your nail and you sigh because it’s perfection. 🙂
First, here it is with Nail Pattern Boldness’ Glitter Food on top:
Revlon Bare Bones, Shimmer Lorene | Be Happy And Buy Polish

And now with Color Club 0-60 fast dry top coat:
Revlon Bare Bones, Shimmer Lorene | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Revlon Bare Bones, Shimmer Lorene | Be Happy And Buy Polish

A friend’s husband remarked that it looks a little like a robot person. haha! I don’t know what they are, but I like them! Let’s take a peek at the rest of the sparkly manis by clicking the blue frog below:

You can purchase Lorene at Shimmer’s etsy shop for $12. I’d love to know what you think of my mani! Until tomorrow,
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25 thoughts on “FingerFood’s Theme Buffet #4: Sparkle!

  1. Pingback: January Favorites | Be Happy and Buy Polish

  2. For some reason I thought that I had commented on this, but I guess I didn’t! in any case, I love that glitter and now that you mention it, I CAN kinda see a little robot in them. I would have never thought to pair those colors together, but they look gorgeous together.

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