Winter Flurries

I picked up a polish well before Christmas from the new Revlon Top Speed line called Royal. Its the most pigmented vibrant Royal Blue you could imagine and if you apply it very thinly, it tends to dry matte but after two coats (you only need one for full coverage) it has a super shiny, bubble/streak free finish. It might just look like another blue in pictures, but in real life, wow it glows! I wanted to showcase its beauty so I did a simpler design today….

Snow Flurries

And I’ve also gotten a LOT of requests about whether or not I paint both hands. I assure you, unless something seriously wrong (really bad migraine or family emergency etc) I paint both hands. Even if I don’t do a design on both on those rare occasions, I still paint matching base colors. I’ll try to put more pictures of both hands into the blog, but that only usually will happen if Rafik is around to help take pictures :-)

For this design, I started with one coat of OPI’s Natural Nail Base Coat, two coats of Revlon Top Speed Royal, and I used OPI DS Radiance for the silver dots and OPI DS Glow for the accented gold dots on the ring fingers. I topped off with one coat of Seche Vite.

Oh! And the name of this post? Its snowing (of course) and this design reminds me of snow flurries for some reason… so yeah. :-)



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7 thoughts on “Winter Flurries

  1. I love these bright and flashy blues. Looks great on your nails. Some people think shorter nails look longer or better with more demure colors, you are the proof that bold colors really work on shorties!!!!

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