Water Spotted Manicure with POP Polish and L.A. Colors

Purchased by Me buttonPolishes used:
1 coat of base polish
P.O.P Polish Slick Days of Summer, 3 coats. This is sheer but builds nicely.
L.A. Colors Circuits, 2 coats. This is more of a jelly formula than I expected.
1 coat of quick-dry top coat

water spotted manicure with POP Polish Slick Days of Summer, L.A. Colors Circuits | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Things you may not know about me: I’ve never broken a bone. I think I may be one of my only siblings (there are 9 of us) that hasn’t. I don’t know how common it is to not break a bone, and it isn’t like I don’t have plenty of scars all over. Don’t ask why that just popped into my head, but here we are. šŸ˜€

POP Polish Slick Days of Summer | Be Happy And Buy Polish

POP Polish Slick Days of Summer in sun | Be Happy And Buy Polish

POP Polish Slick Days of Summer close up | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Slick Days of Summer is described as having primary colors of cantaloupe, peach, copper, bronze, pumpkin, pink; secondary colors of orange, grey gold; tertiary colors of nude and patina. I definitely saw all of those colors, but wasn’t successful in capturing all of them on camera.

L.A. Colors Circuits with POP Polish Slick Days of Summer water spotted manicure | Be Happy And Buy Polish

POP Polish Slick Days of Summer with L.A. Colors Circuits water spotted manicure | Be Happy And Buy Polish

I haven’t done a water spotted mani in a long while and you can tell that I’m out of practice. This is such an eye-catching way of using these Pastel Oil Slicks from P.O.P Polish!

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