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Rainbow Lasers!

I don't even think I should bother writing an introductory paragraph at this point - it would just be more about how much I love glitter and rainbows.  Let's cut to the chase, shall we? Rainbows! Glitter! Sparklies! Yay! Rainbows! Glitter! Sparklies! Yay! Rainbows! Glitter! Sparklies!  Rainbows! Glitter! Sparklies!  Rainbows! Glitter! Sparklies!  Rainbows! Glitter! Sparklies!  Rainbows! Glitter! Sparklies!  Rainbows! Glitter! Sparklies! 

You know that I would have covered my whole nails if I had the time last night but alas. Instead, rainbow glitter lasers!  If you don't want to commit to full nails, this is surprisingly eye catching way to go, especially if you add two coats of Seche Vite like I did to get the black super glossy.  To do this mani, I used my usual technique for placing glitter but rotated the glitter slightly so they tile horizontally.  Take a look at the thumbnail, you'll see what I mean.  Yay glitter rainbows, to reiterate.








The Verdict: I like how this turned out, beyond being shiny and sparkly.  I thought about adding another line of glitter to each nail, making french tips but this works too.  Much quicker too.

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  1. These look so amazing!! Classy but playful and the same time!

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  2. i love your craziness with the tiny little glitters. you make me want to try this but i know i would fuck up the base with the toothpick. this manicure is really beautiful!!!

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  3. Now THIS is something I think I could do! I love this!

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