Or do; I suppose if we’re talking chocolate chips, like the ones in these delicious-looking nails, that would be all right. For this simple manicure that’s full of chocolatey goodness, I painted my index finger, pinkie and thumb (hee hee, what a funny word “pinkie” is) with three coats of Smitten Polish’s brownie-hued holographic, Seasonal Lattes. It is a stunning polish, with probably the most pronounced rainbow effect of any of my holographic lacquers. It’s also one of those ultra rare polishes that looks fantastic in both the sun, where holos always shine the brightest, and in the shade, where it takes on a deep, almost textured look.
Then on my two middle fingers, I topped two coats of a nude creme polish with two coats of Just Add Milk, a favourite glitter polish from Whimsical Ideas by Pam. I’ve talked up Just Add Milk in the past (have actually used it in about four or five manicures to date) but it bears repeating – this is one lovely, super unique polish about which I have never heard anything but raves. And you would think there would only be so many applications for such a polish, but I’ve used it more times than I’ve used other more multi-use-type lacquers, in everything from a Cookie Monster mani to nails inspired by my cat’s spotted tummy. I’d say that’s pretty varied!
So, you know, chip away at it all you’d like – that’s cool in my books. 😉