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I am an Australian living and Canada and I love nail polish.  Main brand, indie brand, homemade, dollar store, I love and will try them all.

If you would like me to review your brand, advertise with polishallthenails or just have a general enquiry, please just send me an email at polishallthenails at gmail dot com, I'd love to hear from you.

Thanks, and have a sparkly day!


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  1. Hello fellow sparkle worshiper! I was hoping you could tell me what Ebay seller you buy your hex glitter from for your mermaid nails? I really want to try it but I'm having a heck of a time finding that type of glitter. And I used to think myself an Ebay guru. LOL Thanks for your help!!

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  2. I second the request for glitter sources! All the glitter I can find is tiny!

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  3. Hi
    I really like your site and was wondering if you were accepting guest posts for it? I am a professional seo article writer working on behalf of www.rebelnails.co.uk. I was looking to create an article about nail art wraps.
    Is this something which you'd be interested? Alternatively would you like to review the nail art wraps featured on their site?

    Thanks
    Siobhan

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  4. First I just want to declare that I love your blog at first sight. I was looking for the answer regarding if Sally Hansen
    nail strips in Frock Star (the super glittery ones) would look okay on my nails, I didn't want to be able to see my own nail details under the glitter, I was hoping they'd be opaque enough that I didn't need a base color... Your pictures showed me I would not need that! LOVE YOU!

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  5. Hello! I was wondering if you might share any tips/tricks you have for removing your glitter nail polishes. It's always such a hassle! Thanks, and I love your blog!

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  6. Hi, nice site. Would you please consider adding a link to my website on your page. Please email me back.

    Thanks!
    Kevin
    kevincollins1012@gmail.com

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  7. Under the Sea Nails? I would love to buy the polish and can't find it on here? Please tell me where you bought it so I can too! Patty

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    1. Hi Patty,
      Which one do you mean? Let me know and I'll track it down for you :)

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  8. Hi! So I don't think you have an instagram account, but I've seen your true rainbow fish nails everywhere on their(without attribution). Today the polish brand Pure Ice used one of your photos without any credit/attribution.

    Here is the link http://instagram.com/p/Wsld1VEcwU/

    If I were you I would email the company. This is a breach of your rights under Creative Commons License.

    Good Luck! I would want to know if someone was using my work without crediting me!

    PS Your work is amazing! Keep doing what your doing!

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