Friday, January 20, 2012

Guest Post ~ Pandora's Nails

Today I'm sharing with you a guest post from one of my favorite bloggers, Rebecca from Pandora's Nails. She takes amazing pictures and is the main reason why I'm having a love affair with a-england polishes!
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Wow!  Me as a guest poster, I am so honoured and would like to give a big thanks to Refined and Polished for having me.

I had a bit of a difficult time deciding what this post should be about, should it be amazing/complicated/artistic/detailed....... and then after a million ideas had came and went I decided best to stick with what I know.

So the post I have for you today is a mani I enjoy to wear and always love it when I do, it is simple and easy to do, yet striking.

First we start with a-england Lancelot which is a black polish with a hint of red. This is 2 coats over the Knight (a-england base coat). No top coat.
 
Then I added 1 coat of Nails Inc Electric Lane Holographic top coat. This is a scattered holo and shown here with 1 coat of the Shield (a-england top coat).
And sometimes I also wear it this way, mattified with Nails Inc Westminster Bridge Matte Effect top coat, 1 coat.
Which way do you prefer Shiny or Matte?

I hope you like my post and thank you again for having me here.
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This is simple, yet gorgeous...my kind of mani! I really like the way it looks matte. Make sure you check out Pandora's Nails to get more of her gorgeous nails and layering combinations. Thanks Rebecca for sharing with my readers!

3 comments:

Rebecca_PandorasNails said... Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

Thank you again for having me here sweetie <3 <3

MariJo said... Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

Amazing combo!! I love it!

MariJo Nails said... Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

Shiny for me ;0). Very pretty mani!

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