Saturday, August 25, 2012

Coastal

Gooooood morning!!! I just want to let you all know that my blog will always be behind from my Instagram. It is tough for me to get onto the computer sometimes. (My eldest daughter is a Minecraft addict. No joke.) I literally write a weeks worth of posts in a night so I don't miss on posts, and don't spend every day on the computer. (Plus with the billions of doctor appointments for my youngest, I really don't have time to blog during the week....but this blog is everything to me, so I MUST keep writing!)

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On to the manicure! A while ago I purchased Revlon's Coastal Surf and I have been dying to do something with it!!

Here's what I did:
1 coat Nail Magic
1 coat Gealous
2 coats Revlon Coastal Surf
I stamped with Konad Special White polish and plate BM-322.
Used Julep Alicia for the orangy dots.
1 coat Seche Vite

How crazy fun are these nails? They're so bright. So...summer! :) I absolutely love this blue nail polish. It is bright, and cheery, and a perfect shade. The application was pretty good. Revlon seems to be a bit thin for me, which causes some bald spots...but the second coat covered any flaws.

I really love how this stamp manicure ended up! I am totally in love with Julep's Alicia, so I try to use it as much as I can....and I think it is a perfect contrast color for this blue! I also used more Coastal Surf to dot on top of Alicia.





I really love how summery this manicure is. Right now I have a love/hate relationship with summer ending. I love to wear bright polish (and I will, even in winter!) and shorts and tanks...but my hubs comes back home in the fall...so I am ready for summer to end. Lol. What a dilemma!


What do you all think of this manicure??

Until next time....

Christina

Disclosure *I was not paid for this review. I was not given the polish for this review. I paid for the polish with my own money. This is purely my own opinion, thoughts, and suggestions about this polish.*

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