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NOTD: GOSH 549 Holographic with Pastel Flowers

So today everybody seems to be doing Olympic nails.  Whilst they are pretty I'm really not into the Olympics and I'm thankful I recently had a pretty decent DVD haul to keep me entertained whilst our regular TV shows are interrupted.

The past few weeks I've been doing lots of swatch NOTD posts so I thought I'd do something a wee bit different today.








As I've been indoors all days it's been a bit difficult getting the full effect but after a few attempts I think I managed it with the flash.  Think this turned out pretty well.

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  1. Dying to get GOSH holographic. So pretty

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    1. I was lucky enough to get it in Superdrug last year and I believe they are releasing it again. I don't wear it often as it does chip really easily and though it looks better without a topcoat, I can't not wear one xo

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  3. I'm in love with the holographics! The flowers are soooo sweet ;)

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    1. This is the only holgraphic I have and I only wear it now and again, wouldn't mind getting a few other colours though xo

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