Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Blossoms of Mistletoe

I did this look forever ago and totally forgot about it. I just found the album on my computer and realized I'd never posted about it. I'm normally the organized one so for something to get lost in the ether was a weird realization. I couldn't not show you this pretty but simple look though. 

Basically I found a glitter and creme polish in the same color family and paired them. The creme is Essie Blossom Dandy, a light minty blue that I applied in two thin coats. On my other fingers I used Color Club Beyond the Mistletoe, a light minty blue glitter polish. I believe it took three thin coats for this opacity. 





There you have it. Simple but chic!

Enjoy & until next time, Amy Lee
*self purchased
Essie
Color Club

32 comments:

  1. These two are very nice paired together!

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  2. Do you like blossom dandy? It's gorgeous and I'm so in need of a color like this!

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    1. I love it. Everything you want, easy application, great formula. I'm a fan.

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  3. This is a beautiful mani! Especially for those who might be intimidated by nail art. Chic, yet fabulous!

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    1. Thanks Heather! I love the simple but pretty combos.

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  4. Completely stunning in every way ♡

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  5. These look gorgeous together, this is a lovely, wintry look!

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  6. Beautiful mani! This mint shade is one of my favorite colors.

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    1. It's a great shade for year round wear.

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  7. These two polishes looks great together!

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    1. Isn't it pretty? How did I go so long without using it?

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  9. So gorgeous, Beyond The Mistle is one of my favorite holiday collections of all time!

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    1. It's a great one. I need to use more of them.

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  10. I'm with sloppy swatches! That collection was amazing and now i need to revisit it. Gorgeous combo!

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    1. I'm in line too. I need to bust out the others.

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