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Saturday, January 15, 2011

Exceptionally Gifted!

  I love the name of this polish - I feel that it fits me perfectly, hah hah.  ;)  It is gorgeous, too!

Outdoors, shade, no flash
  For these nails, I started off with three coats of China Glaze Exceptionally Gifted, which is a medium pink, frosty polish with little flecks of sparkly goodness!  I love this color a lot - the little glitter particles really add something to it that other frosty colors like this don't have.  It is also a great pink tone; sometimes it is hard to find that perfect girly, "Barbie" pink but this really fits the bill!  It does have a tendency to show a hint of brushstroke, but careful application really helps that and it only seems to show up in bright direct light, anyway.  Here are a couple of shots of the color by itself.

Outdoors, direct sun - enlarge to see the glitter!
Outdoors, shade - can barely see any brushstrokes
  On top of this, I added the geometric Konad design using plate m65 and Konad Special Black.  Of course, my total inability to let the Konad dry at all before adding topcoat lead to a bit of smudging (boo), but still looks really awesome overall!  I am starting to really enjoy the pink and black combo... you can probably expect to see more of it. :)

DISCLOSURE: The polish featured in this post was provided to Polishology by China Glaze for review purposes.  This is an honest and independent review and was in no way influenced by the company.

7 comments:

  1. Pink and black always looks awesome together! I have Exceptionally Gifted and I have M65, I think I'm going to try this look! :)

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  2. awww! I did this exact design before xmas but I used a different pink. Never got around to posting the pics tho so I am glad to see that someone else had the time to get them up lol

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  3. I always love this stamp over a light green - makes it look like aliens!

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  4. Thanks for the compliments, glad you all like this one!

    Using this stamp over light green sounds like fun, I may have to try it sometime. :)

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