Monday, August 13, 2012

China Glaze For Audrey and her shabby chic look

I have had this polish on my wishlist forever! Or at least since I started on my nail polish obsession. So when a client brought me some polish payment and I opened the pretty bag and found China Glaze For Audrey in there along with several other amazing pretties. I was super psyched!!
It's just a simple dusty but bright teal that has so much appeal. Seriously anytime I saw it featured on a blog I just knew I needed it.
The platinum color of Julep Sienna (by far my most favorite Julep of all time) pairs perfectly with this lovely polish and the contrast of OPI Dutch Ya Just Love OPI? creates a shabby chic manicure that screams end of summer days. I don't want to take this off it's so gorgeous.
A shade shot to show you that even cool toned it still just melts the heart with spectacular beauty. I am a happy polish addict right now. Check out Liesl Loves Pretty Things and give her a high five for hooking a gal up!

On a side note I apologize for no Hubbies Picks last week. We're at the end of summer and life is barreling towards the beginning of school at about a million miles an hour. We'll be back on track this week ;)

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    1. Thanks so much! I have to admit it's not ENTIRELY unique but I can not for the life of me remember where I saw the flowerish designs made by the concentric circles design. :( I totally would have given them a shout out too.

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  2. Lovely combination! I really like this mani!

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    1. Thank you - it felt so tragic to take it off :(

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  3. Thanks for the shout-out! I absolutely love my new look; you are truly amazing. <3 For Audrey is such a pretty color. And I love your use of the dotting tool in this one. <3

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    1. You are so welcome and thank you - see we enable...er....help each other in such complimenting ways! ;)

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  4. Love this mani, it's simple and cute. The accent nail is my favorite, maybe because of the color contrast.

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    1. The simplicity of it really does help set off that accent nail...which was admittedly my favorite part too! I'll bet this in black, white, silver, and gold would look stunning...hmmmm

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