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NOTD: 365 Days of Color - Mint Chip

Hello lovelies!

I was lucky to get this beauty in one of the lovely Sunny's Mystery Bags. I love when she releases these, I get so excited! Not only do you get fabulous polishes but you also get cuticle oils, balms, hand creams and usually some yummy sweets!



Mint Chip is a mint crelly base with black square glitters. It applies beautifully and is such a simple and beautiful colour.

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  1. Ahh this does look just like mint choc chip ice cream! My fave! :)

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  2. I keep coming back to look at this one, its lovely! I'd like to use this and the Girly one you used the other day in a mani, I think they would go well together.

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    1. I think you need to start checking out indie sellers ;) now I'm the enabler xo

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  3. It looks good on you. :)


    Anyway, I'm already your follower, could you also follow me back? My GFC widget got broken and I lost almost all of my followers.. :( maybe you can help me..

    http://iamaltainfante.blogspot.com/

    Thanks! :)

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  4. This is soo pretty! Makes we want to have nice nails so I can wear it :)

    Some Sparkle and Shine

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    1. I used to bite my nails, I'm so glad I stopped xo

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  5. gorgeous colour looks yummy! I'm also following you, I've just started a nail blog so i'd love it if you would follow back. :) x
    http://theluckymagpie.blogspot.co.uk/

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  6. Cute! Looks like the glitter may not spread too easily? (Looks like it is stuck on the side of the nail?) How many coats is this? Did you do an undie? :)
    -Olivia F.

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