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Review: Pretty n Polished Beach Bunny

You know it's going to be a good day when my hands and fingers look just a little bit grey.  That means we have an incredibly bright neon, hooray! I got Pretty & Polished Beach Bunny in the mail the other day and holy melted eyeballs, batman, its it bright.  

I underestimated the amount of orange in the base jelly here so my choice of Orly Passionfruit wasn't exactly spot on, but it was close enough in terms of loudness.  After two coats of it, on went Beach Bunny with its very pretty matte white glitter in various sizes.  The jelly was more opaque than I was expecting and now I'm itching to see what it would look like on its own, without the base colour.  Doesn't matter; is awesome either way. 







The Verdict:  Love this, please excuse the wanged middle finger.  That's what I get for taking the washing out too soon after doing my nails.

The Polishes:

  • Pretty n Polished Beach Bunny, etsy
  • Orly Passionfruit

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