Neon and magnetic tropical manicure with Girly Bits Cosmetics, Bee’s Knees Lacquer, and B Squared Lacquer

Press Sample buttonPolishes used:
random white creme polish, 1 coat as a base under gradient
B Squared Lacquer Rave
Girly Bits Cosmetics Don’t Paddle Break a Nail, 3 coats plus top coat [press sample, previously swatched]
Bee’s Knees Lacquer Would You Kindly, 3 coats plus top coat

neon tropical palm tree magnetic manicure with Girly Bits Cosmetics, B Squared Lacquer, Bee's Knees Lacquer | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Well it’s getting towards the end of summer, so how about a hot tropical manicure? It’s cooled off quite a bit here (mountains could get snow tomorrow!) but I’m always up for a beach getaway!

Girly Bits Cosmetics Don't Paddle Break A Nail, B Squared Lacquer Rave, Bee's Knees Lacquer Would You Kindly neon tropical palm tree magnetic manicure | Be Happy And Buy Polish

What’s funny about the palm tree is that on my left hand, I used a stencil and it came out kind of weird (operator error) so on my right hand, I freehanded a palm tree and it came out better even though I used my non-dominant hand!

B Squared Lacquer Rave, Bee's Knees Lacquer Would You Kindly, Girly Bits Cosmetics Don't Paddle Break A Nail neon tropical palm tree magnetic manicure | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Bee's Knees Lacquer Would You Kindly, Girly Bits Cosmetics Don't Paddle Break A Nail, B Squared Lacquer Rave neon tropical palm tree magnetic manicure | Be Happy And Buy Polish

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2 thoughts on “Neon and magnetic tropical manicure with Girly Bits Cosmetics, Bee’s Knees Lacquer, and B Squared Lacquer

  1. This is pretty. I love the end of summer feel with the beach scene and the sunset. My favorite nail is your pinky with that palm frond. I just picked up a polish yesterday that looks similar to your duochrome from Sally Hansen called Bronze Reflection. It isn’t as pretty as your Bee’s Knees polish and doesn’t have as strong as shift but it is very similar.

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