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Two New Polishes Added to Vixen Polish!

I’ve added two new polishes to my page on etsy. What do you ladies think?

First up is Beachin’, a handmade glitter polish that utilizes neon yellow hexagonal glitter and square blue flecks amid a deep beige base that features slight lavender undertones. This polish reminds me of when you’re looking across the expanse of a gorgeous beach and it’s littered with bright beach toys. Two bottles are available and they are 15 ml./.5 oz. each.

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(Shown in artificial light.)

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One, two, and three coats (from L to R).

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(Shown in natural sunlight.)

Next up is Parrot Feathers. I’m not usually a huge fan of “feathered” polishes but I adore the three bottles I made! The colors look wonderful together, the consistency of the polish of itself is very easy to work with, and it can change up any manicure you try it with. You can use a single coat to add a slight “glittered” look or you can use two or three coats to achieve the super “fuzzy” look that has become popular over the past year. If you do upwards of three or four coats your nails will look entirely fuzzy at a glance and you will no longer be able to see the original base color (if there is one).

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(Taken under artificial lighting; no flash.)

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(Taken under artificial lighting; no flash.)

Click any of the photos in this post to enlarge for a closer look!

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About rookienails

As of July 2013: I'm currently 25 and married to a wonderful Marine officer named John. As of January 2013 we live in Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Together we have a 22 month old son named Jameson. I went to school at the University of Mississippi and am originally from Rome, GA. I have also lived in SC, VT, and VA. Last but not least I love anything having to do with nails and jewelry! This blog is entirely about nails and while I'm a total beginner it's fun all the same.

5 responses »

  1. I didn’t know you had an etsy page! Must visit it this w-end. These both look beautiful, both delicate and fall appropriate…

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