Make it Pink! Make it Blue!

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Or make it a little bit of both!  But that really didn’t fit the fairies’ rhyming scheme in Sleeping Beauty, so they just stopped with pink and blue.

I, however, did not stop with just pink and blue in this manicure (Pure Ice’s frosty pink Peony and Nails Inc.’s cobalt Baker Street, in case you were curious) topping both polishes with Mr. Bubble, a favourite glitter topper from indie polish maker Polish Me Silly that has to be at least five years old now, and I’m just astonished that it’s still in polish-able condition.  Glitter-based polishes, particularly those in mini bottles, have a tendency to dry up rather quickly, but this bubbly lovely is still flowing smoothly.  Noice!

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I cribbed the indigo-over-pink gradient AND the choice of glitter polish from an old Chalkboard Nails manicure that first caught my eye back in – woah, sorry, had to take a moment to contemplate my own mortality there for a sec – 2014.  The glittery little bow was my idea, although I’ll add a bow charm to just about any mani I can.  Sarah Thompson, the blogger and nail artist behind Chalkboard Nails, is still doing her thing, albeit now over on Instagram.  I follow some nail art accounts, and yet I had absolutely no idea that she was still in the mix.  Instagram really sucks these days, doesn’t it?

This mani doesn’t suck and I love this colour combination.  And three cheers for Mr. Bubble, keepin’ on keepin’ on. 🙂

3 thoughts on “Make it Pink! Make it Blue!

    • Aw, thank you! Geez, this is from DAYS ago, I’m so sorry. I’m being a bad blogger. Too busy thinking about this Ned’s Bayou business. What the hey was that all about, do you suppose?

      • Oh my goodness I am too! It looked so neat from all of the pictures I saw … I wonder what the whole connection is though. Like how it mentions a bayou at the end of NATN … and “fine pool equipment” … I guess time will tell XD
        the band is so mysterious but it keeps us on our toes! 😄
        power to the local dreamer ||-//

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