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Black and Blue

Matte Top Coat

Sally Hansen Big Matte Top Coat                                   Zoya Pixie Dust Sunshine                                             Wet n Wild Kaleidoscope                                           Sinful Colors Starry Night

Black and Blue Polish

This is one of those paint jobs that I am neutral about.  It worked.  I used the Zoya for most of my nails, and the Sinful Colors for the accent.  I didn’t feel like the glitter in the Sinful Colors was standing out as much as I wanted it to, so I threw the Wet n Wild over the top of it.

Zoya Pixie Dust Sunshine

The Zoya goes on completely with one coat, which is great.  It dries with textured, almost matte finish on its own.

Sinful Colors Starry Night

The Sinful Colors needed three coats to be opaque.  It does have little holographic glitters in it, but I was just looking for more bling.

Wet n Wild Kaleidoscope

That’s where this guy came in.  I love this polish for that added touch of shine.  It coats on the glitter evenly and with the more coats, the more shine.

Since the Pixie Dust was already a bit matte, I thought I would top it all off with the matte top coat.  Obviously the Zoya was more matte than the Sinful Colors, but I was very happy with how the glitter still showed up.

Also, I was inspired to try some denim nails in the future, because the look of the Zoya with the matte finish looked very denim to me.

Black and Blue Nails

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Comments on: "Black and Blue" (2)

  1. Those look amazing😻 i love how theyre glittery but still look matte😄❤️


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