Thursday, January 21, 2010

china glaze millennium

china glaze put out a khrome collection a few months ago and millennium is the one i picked out of the bunch. it's a true chrome-like silver polish with a gorgeous metallic shine. these polishes dry almost immediately so they can be a bit tricky to apply but they are opaque in one coat so you could forgive them that :) this is two, because i had some brush strokes to cover.
we're finally getting some snow here in utah, it's been a surprisingly mild winter compared to last year! bad air pollution this time tho, due to being located in a valley--so i've already gone a few rounds with bronchitis and coughing-colds. fun times huh. hope your week is going well!

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  1. Wauw I love silvers and this one is so great! :D Congrats on you over 300th follower :D

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  2. I totally LOVE this polish for Konad stamping. There's no other stamping silver that even comes close.

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  3. I can't pull off that kind of colour but it looks good on you :p

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  4. That is a great silver, it looks great on you!

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  5. wow that is super silver - I love it! :)

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  6. Great colour! Looks great with your skintone, I wish I could wear silver that good ♥

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  7. well, that's it! Millenium is now on my wishlist! Looks awesome on you, too.

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  8. Could anyone help me with this nail polish please? I love this so much for Konad stamping, but I struggle so badly wearing it this way - using the 'middle, side, side' application method, when I get to the third stroke (second 'side'), the brush pulls off the 'middle' and I'm left with just the base coat! What am I doing wrong? :( I always use thin layers, so therefore not much polish on the brush.

    Any help would be much appreciated to help make my nails look as good as this swatch! :)

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  9. Wow that looks so great on you! I'm having my eye on that one! :)

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  10. Jenny$1983 - sorry for taking so long to reply! i find that using thicker layers for this type of "quick dry" polish yields better results for me, easier application and less streaks and bumps. maybe it would help with the pulling off of color you're experiencing. hope that helps!!

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