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Can't Get Over How Much Pinky Brown Changes Colours


As part of my Harlow and Co haul the other day I picked up Model's Own Pinky Brown as I'd seen some really interesting pictures and wanted to see for myself.  Man, it's a pretty colour and I just can't get over how it looks completely, inarguably copper in some lights and pink in others.  Check out all the photos below, couldn't get over how pretty it was.

This was two coats over Sally Hansen Navy Baby.  You'll also see in the last one I tried out a new dotting tool, just can't leave any manicure alone :)











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  1. This looks great! I am in love with all things pink, so I will have to try this out.

    Also, here is a Liebster Award, since you give me comfort in the fact that I am not the only one learning!

    http://bluebedbug.blogspot.com/2012/01/my-first-award.html

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  2. Oh this color is so pretty! I think I may have to seek it out.

    Oh yes, and see previous posts comments for my Liebster love... Seems I am not the only big fan of your work! =D

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