Y’all know I love me some metallic nail polish. Recently, I experimented with mixing different kinds of rose-tinted metallics for a self-mani/pedi: a soft pink shimmer on my fingernails and a darker mix of pink and metallics on my toenails.
(And yep, insert the usual “if you don’t like to look at pictures of feet, LOOK AWAY NOW” here. You’re welcome.)
For the fingernails, I brushed on one coat of the “Glass Pink” soft pink shimmery polish, topped with my new Seche Vita quick-dry top coat.
For the toes, I started with a base coat of a dark pink Wet n Wild polish in “Frosted Fuchsia” and then added two coats of the pink metallic “Sparked.” And of course, I added the Seche Vita on top of my pedicure, as well, to seal it all in. (If you’d like to see what the “Sparked” polish looks like all by itself, click here.)
Details: Seche Vite dry fast top coat / Sinful Colors in “Glass Pink” / Wet n Wild in “Sparked” / Wet n Wild in “Frosted Fuchsia”
Can I have a hands-up (or rather, nails-up?) for the new bottle of Seche Vite quick-dry clear top coat. Everything I’ve read about it is TRUE. It is awesome. It dries quickly and feels smooth. LOVE. And by the way, I took these photos a week into my mani/pedi, so that’s how well this top coat is holding up.