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Hot Fuschia Glitter Mosaic!

Ok so I've managed to restrain myself from doing a glitter mosaic for a little while now so brace yourselves, here comes another one!  I was looking at the pots of glitter I knocked off my desk last night and noticed I hadn't done the fuchsia so why not?  I even had the perfect base color, a misc Color Club I picked up from Winners a while back.

I tried two things different with this mani: first, I applied the normal two coats and then used a third coat, one third of my nail at a time, to stick on the glitter.  I did this as I couldn't find my normal "sticky" top coat.  DO NOT USE SECHE VITE TO STICK THE GLITTER ON.  It dries too fast, wrinkles and will make you sad.  See my tutorial here on how to apply this in full. 






The Verdict: These nails look like they belong to my Jem doll from the late 80's.  Foil-like, hot fuschia, awesome.  This is what I mean.

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  1. o0o0! I love this one the most!! PURPLE :D

    I'm going to do my nails tonight and send them to you :)

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  2. Hi!!!! Would love to help out with guest posting (: But we're quite new to this.. so how do we go about helping?? ^^

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    1. Oh oops!!! Was supposed to be signed in with my other acc, I'm Magdalene from Legally Nailed.blogspot

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  3. I'm sad that I didn't see that you needed guest bloggers before, my post about the handplaced glitter would be really cool for this, as a way to say thank you for inspiring me with your awesome glitter skills!

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  4. Love it! I need to try this look soon! I need to find some glitter to hand place first haha

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  5. Where did you get the huuuuge glitter? I can only find tiny glitter!

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