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The Sparkliest Polka Dots in all the Lands,

Despite making swoon over gigantic holographic black glitter, Chunky Black Holo just didn't wear very well so I whipped it off (as fast as one can whip off glitter) and came up with this glitter bomb!  One of the many lovely things that came in the mail for me yesterday was Milani Silver from the Gems collection.  Also loving blue polish, I layered it over Sally Hansen Pacific Blue and voila! The sparkliest polka dots in all the lands! I really really like the Milani polish.  It's chocka-block full of glitter in the one medium hex size.  I'm really glad to have a change from the tiny pieces mixed with the big.  This really does look like gems.  

Seriously though, this is so sparkly and I love the blue as well.  Happy, yay!




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