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Manicure: China Glaze Spontaneous with Konad

The weather is having the hardest time trying to decide what it wants to do with itself. It has been scorching hot and freezing cold this week. I never know what to wear, so I always try to opt for light layers that can be added and removed as required. The forecast today didn’t require me bringing umbrellas, but now looking out, the sky looks grey and ominous. I worry. Mostly because I walk ten minutes to and from the station. Should be all good though. It seems sunny and bright outside already.

I felt like a bright change on my nails today. I decided to go for purple with a lovely white stamp on it. I bought China Glaze Spontaneous the other day and have been dying to use it. I used OPI Nail Envy as a base with Seche Vite as a top coat (loving this stuff, seriously!).

Polishes used

I started with the China Glaze and used an OPI light purple on my ring finger. More noticeable in the light.

I then used the Konad white polish to stamp over the purple. I need to hunt around for a nice opaque light coloured polish to use on top of the numerous dark polishes I have. I used Seche Vite over it all, which dried almost instantly. I really cannot sing enough praises about it.

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