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Saturday, February 28, 2015

Floss Gloss Faded Swatch & Review

What's up buttercup? I am starting to get a cold I think and it is bumming me out, but I'm chugging emergen-c and staying restful so hopefully it doesn't get too bad. It's supposed to be cloudy and blah all weekend so I figured I'd show you a dreary shade of grey today.

This is Floss Gloss Faded that I purchased a few weeks ago. It's supposed to be the color of faded tattoo ink, which is pretty metal. I really like this brand, they have a fun badass image, I like their bottle shape and the brush is really nice. This had a great formula, opaque in one coat but I used two.
Floss Gloss Faded
Floss Gloss Faded

I picked this up for $2 at Marshall's, but they are normally $8 per bottle on the Floss Gloss website. That is a little too much in my humble opinion for such a small amount of polish (0.18 fl oz vs. 0.5 fl oz for a normal size). I have paid full price for their polishes before, but might only do so again for one of their more unique shades, probably not for a basic crème. Have you ever tried Floss Gloss? What brands do you like but usually only purchase if they are on sale?

Goodbye February!

❤ Kellie

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Throwback Thursday: China Glaze 100 Proof Pink and No Way José

Heeeeeey good lookin! Today is Thursday so I thought I'd do a little throwback for you! This might become a regular feature because I have a lot of older, "vintage" polishes that I've collected over the years, but we'll see. Today my picks are two China Glaze polishes from the 2006 Tequila Toes collection. It was a collection full of GLASS FLECKS! I really adore that finish. Recently a few of my nail blogger homegirls have been trying to campaign to have China Glaze bring them back haha! We can dream right? Anyway, here are two polishes I found lurking on ebay that I could not pass up.

This is 100 Proof Pink, a sexy squishy warm pink jelly crème with silver glass fleck. I say it's a "jelly crème" and not a "crelly" because it's pretty opaque, more so than I expected. This is two coats. I am just head over my freaking heels for this, it's spectacular!
China Glaze 100 Proof Pink Tequila Toes collection
China Glaze 100 Proof Pink label Tequila Toes collection

And this is No Way José, a warm vibrant lavender with silver glass flecks. This one is less opaque, more of a jelly formula. I've had this on my wish list FOREVER and I'm so glad I own it now. It's quite unique no? This is three coats and I loved every one of them.
China Glaze No Way José Tequila Toes collection
China Glaze No Way José label Tequila Toes collection

I actually reviewed another polish from this collection back in the day, Drinkin' My Blues Away, if you wanna peek at that. Ooh, my poor cuticles back then! Don't judge me. Regardless, that polish is bangin'. And these are just as amazing! I am a happy girl! You might be able to pick these up on ebay like I did, or amazon, or they might pop up on a blog sale if you keep your eyes peeled. What do you think of these pretty babies?

Until next time, stay classy!

❤ Kellie

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

OPI Spring 2015 Hawaii Collection Swatches and Review

Aloha everyone! Today I want to bring you a little sunshine and some cool island breezes, yup that's right it's the OPI Hawaii collection! I have been excited for this collection since I first saw promo images of it last fall. I've never been to Hawaii but it's on my I-don't-want-to-call-it-a-bucket-list-bucket-list.  I can imagine how amazing it is and I feel like these colors work really well to represent the islands. The collection has 7 crèmes, 4 shimmers and 1 glitter.

First is Aloha from OPI, an amazing bright coral red crème. This is exactly the type of shade I gravitate towards. Perfect for Spring, and it's quite Summery too. Excellent creamy formula, this is two coats.
OPI Aloha From OPI Hawaii Collection

Next is Do You Take Lei Away?, a fabulous pale beige crème that is thin, but very opaque. This is two coats. I have been loving neutrals lately and this is a really great one. It reminds me of the beige in the Coca-Cola collection, but this is more pink toned compared to the yellow tinge of that one.
OPI Do You Take Lei Away? Hawaii Collection

Go With the Lava Flow is a super lovely orangey pinky reddish shimmer with silvery glass flecks and gold shimmer flakes. I am in love with this finish, it seems nicely different for OPI. I wasn't sure about the color at first, but it's really beautiful, much more so in real life. This one was a tad runny but I got it opaque in two coats.
OPI Go With the Lava Flow Hawaii Collection

This is called Hello Hawaii Ya?, which makes me smile each time I say/read it. It's a dusty greyed purple. I am smitten! It's easy to apply, thin but opaque in two coats.
OPI Hello Hawaii Ya? Hawaii Collection

Next we have Is Mai Tai Crooked? Hmm, what's with all the punctuation OPI :) This is a pale orange crème that reminds me of a smoothie. I love the color, oranges just seem to work on me, but the formula was on the streaky side. I managed it in two coats but I think I was lucky.
OPI Is Mai Tai Crooked? Hawaii Collection

Just Lanai-ing Around is one of my surprise favorites, at first glance it may seem like a "grandma" mauve color, and maybe it is, but I just love how it looks on me. Almost marsala-esque, but more pinky. It has beautiful crystalline silver shimmer that really shows up on the nail. Great creamy formula, very opaque. This is two coats.
OPI Just Lanai-ing Around Hawaii Collection

Here we have Lost My Bikini in Molokini, a cool medium grape purple crème. Perfect formula, just really wow! You need this. I used two coats.
OPI Lost My Bikini In Molokini Hawaii Collection

My Gecko Does Tricks was one I was really looking forward to, but it ended up kinda meh for me. It was runny and sheer so that didn't make me happy, but then you can't even see the cool coppery gold duochrome you see in the bottle on the nail. Boo! I used three coats.
OPI My Gecko Does Tricks Hawaii Collection

Pineapples Have Peelings Too! has gotten quite a reputation. And it's not good folks. And now I fully understand why. I'm a champion of "ugly pretty" colors, but this guy is just...ugly. It's got a frosty yellowy gold shimmer base with rainbow colored multi sized hex glitters. It just doesn't work. I really tried to like this. If the base wasn't so frosty, maybe it might've been salvageable, but I'm sorry, just no. This is two coats.
OPI Pineapples Have Peelings Too! Hawaii Collection

Next is Suzi Shops & Island Hops, a baby pink crème. I have a lot of polishes in this color range so it's not super exciting, but it is pretty. This unfortunately didn't have the greatest formula. It was thin and streaky and I had to use three coats to even it out.
OPI Suzi Shops & Island Hops Hawaii Collection

Yay a pastel green! This is That's Hula-rious!, a pale minty pastel green with an almost crème but more crelly type of formula. I've heard some people had troubles getting this to apply without streaks and patching, but I didn't have any issues. This is two coats.
OPI That's Hula-rious! Hawaii Collection

And last is This Color's Making Waves, a bluey turquoisey oceany shimmer with goldy pinky sparky bits. Same type of polish as Gecko, pretty sheer and kinda runny. My friend Karen aka ManiGeek swatched those two over black, which shows the color shift better. (She also posted a bunch of comparisons for this collection, so check her out.) I used three coats here. It looks better in person than in this photo, it's quite pretty.
OPI This Color's Making Waves Hawaii Collection

So there you have it! You can purchase OPI polish in professional salons and stores like Ulta and Sally Beauty. They are usually around $9.50 per bottle. I really like a lot of these, but there were a few misses. It's a great Spring collection though and there are a few must haves. My favorites are Aloha from OPI, Just Lanai-ing Around, and That's Hula-rious!. Did you pick any up colors from this collection? What is your favorite shade?


❤ Kellie
The products mentioned were provided for an honest review.

Sunday, February 22, 2015

Nail Butter - Nail Treatment Review

Hi super friends! Today I have for you a review of a nail treatment that I've been trying and testing for about a month called Nail Butter. I had heard about this product from a few of the blogs I read and some of the folks I follow on Instagram so I was eager to try it.

This product is supposed to soften and fortify all types of skin. It's all-natural and contains essential oils and lanolin. Nail Butter is used to "strengthen and rejuvenate nails by enhancing growth and maintaining optimal moisture levels for your nails and skin". They say to rub on a small amount twice a day for 30 days and then once a day thereafter. It comes in a round glass jar that is classy looking and feels substantial.

I quite like the texture and consistency of this product, it really is butter-like. I was happy to find out that it sinks in relatively quickly so you aren't left greased up for more than a few minutes. The scent is very different. It's gardenia scented, which I usually like, but the mix of the other ingredients with it makes it smell odd to me and it's quite strong. I really didn't care for it at first, but found it dissipated in strength after I used it a few times.  I still wouldn't say I like the scent to be honest, but I got used to it quickly. I have heard inklings that the maker is coming out with an unscented version soon though.

I have not included before and after photos because there's not really a visible difference to show you. My nails and cuticles were in great shape before I used this product and they remain so after. I normally use cuticle oils and lotion all day long, so adding this product into my routine morning and night really just reinforced the moisture and healthy appearance of my nails and cuticles. I like the product and feel it is a luxurious and worthwhile treatment that I look forward to using. If your cuticle game needs some help, I would definitely recommend Nail Butter to help get you on track!

You can purchase this product at for $24 for a one-ounce jar. You only have to use a small amount for each application so it should last you a long time. You can follow Nail Butter on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest to keep up with product news. So what do you think? Have you tried this product yet or are you interested in trying it? What do you use to keep your nails and cuticles healthy and on point?

Talk to you again soon!

❤ Kellie
The products mentioned were provided for an honest review.

Friday, February 20, 2015

Nerd Lacquer All of Time and Space Swatch & Review

Hey hey hey there! How are you doing this fine Friday? I'm looking forward to a nice weekend spent relaxing :) Today I wanted to show you a newly acquired indie polish that I scored on a blog sale. It's a Nerd Lacquer! This brand was seriously amazingly popular from conception, but then things got weird and it was impossible to get them, then the maker disappeared, then reappeared and probably other stuff I don't know happened. Bottom line is, I've always wanted one of these polishes and didn't think I'd ever get one for a decent price.

All of Time and Space has a minty turquoisey green sheer base with lots of silver shimmer, small and medium pinky purple hex glitters and lots of small, medium and large silver hex glitters. I think I expected it to be more opaque, but I like it. I used three coats here and it's still a little see through. Next time I'll probably layer it.

In the shade you can really see the silver shimmer particles, which look pretty cool.

The website seems to be up and running as of right now, but I haven't used that site so I can't really recommend it or not. I like to check out Storenvy and Ebay and especially blog sales for polishes like this. Do you have any Nerd Lacquers? Do you have a particular brand or polish you've been on the lookout for but don't know if you'll ever get?

Have a great weekend!

❤ Kellie

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Chanel Taboo Swatch & Review

Hi there! Today I want to show you a luxe shade of polish that I bought a little while ago, Chanel Taboo. This is definitely a "treat 'yo self" purchase, as Chanel is a little pricey. I have been seeing swatches of it since it came out in Spring 2013, but I finally decided I needed to have it just recently. Lucky for me it was still available!

Taboo is a total stunner. A galaxy on your nails. At first stroke this goes on as an inky deep indigo but with dry time, the eggplanty red-grapey purple pops out and you see all the red and blue shimmer and slight flashes of sliver glitz. *sigh* Seriously so gorgeous. This is opaque on one coat but two really intensifies the complexity of the shade.

It's dark but not too dark that you'd mistake it for black in lower lights. I'm head over heels for it, and even though Chanel polishes don't usually wear very well on me, I am so glad I took the plunge and purchased it. You can get it from Chanel's website for $27. Do you have this shade? Do you like to "treat 'yo self" with high end polishes like these or are you more of a frugalista?

See ya soon!

❤ Kellie

Monday, February 16, 2015

Zoya Naturel Satins Collection Swatches & Review

Hey guys! Today I am bringing you Zoya's transitional season-between-winter-and-spring collection, the Naturel Satins. The finish of these are satin, meaning a hybrid of matte and shiny. They're not glossy, but there's still a hint of shine there. It's not chalky matte, but almost rubbery looking. There is kind of an eggshell texture to them too.

I have heard a lot of people had a tough time with the formulas of these, but I had a ridiculously good experience. They all applied easily and completely on two coats for me. They spread easily, dried quickly but not too much that they pulled up. And I found they self-leveled nicely so they appear very even. I didn't use a top coat with these, as recommended. I can't speak to anyone's experience but mine, and I really loved these.

First is Ana, described by Zoya as a "light, toasted almond." I see this as a slightly pink tinted pale beige. Super lovely and a perfect work appropriate shade.
Zoya Ana Naturel Satins

Next is Brittany, introduced as a "rose mauve". I would agree with that and say it's very pale and slightly dusty. I wore this as a full mani and just adore the way it looks with my skin tone.
Zoya Brittany Naturel Satins

This one is Leah, said to be a "lavender tinged taupe". I would've said this was a blanched grey taupe but do see a little hint of lavender when I put it next to a true grey.
Zoya Leah Naturel Satins

Rowan is a "suede taupe" satin, according to Zoya. I'd call this a medium/light taupe with a drop more of brown. I like this one a lot, it's kinda edgy.
Zoya Rowan Naturel Satins

Next we have Sage, a "mossy sage green". This is seriously gorgeous in pale satin form.
Zoya Sage Naturel Satins

Last is Tove, described as a "misty slate grey". This pulled really blue on me but retained it's grey-ness. It must be a grey kinda season for nail polish, and I'm loving it!
Zoya Tove Naturel Satins

These are available on Zoya's website for $9 each. I didn't expect to fall in love so hard with this collection. I've always enjoyed neutrals, but this new finish just pushed them over the edge for me. SO great and I hope they put out more colors as "satins". Have you tried these yet? Which shade is your favorite? If I had to pick, it'd be Brittany, but I'm glad I don't have to!

Love ya, mean it!

❤ Kellie
The products mentioned were provided for an honest review.

Saturday, February 14, 2015

Secret Cupid Swap: KBShimmer Belle of the Mall Swatch & Review

Hi my friends! Happy Singles Awareness Day, or as it's more conventionally known, Valentine's Day! I am not a big Valentine's person, it's mostly just kinda cute and silly to me. This year it's a little more special though because a group of polish lovin' sistas invited me to join in on a little "Secret Cupid" gift swap and today is our unveiling! Most of the other ladies have YouTube channels I will link to them at the end, make sure you stop by and check out what they received!

My Secret Cupid turned out to be Danielle Kelley from YouTube :) She mainly makes videos about nail polish, she does hauls and shows swatches, etc. I've recently come to get to know her a little and she's such a sweetheart! She has beautiful nails, make sure you check out her instagram too.

She sent me one of my lemmings that I hadn't gotten around to buying yet, KBShimmer Belle of the Mall. It's from their 2014 Spring collection so it's very appropos for this season. It has a coral toned almost neon pink jelly base with holographic silver glitters of varying size. This is so my kinda polish and I love it! Thanks so much Danielle! I used two coats here for full opacity.
KBShimmer Belle of the Mall
KBShimmer Belle of the Mall

Also included in my package was a little baggie of heart glitters, a KBShimmer nail file, a KBShimmer soap sample, some yummy candy and a sweet Valentine's Day card. I seriously loved everything :)

You can purchase this polish from KBShimmer on their website. I adore it and know I will get lots of use out of it. Please take a minute to visit each of the gals that participated in this swap, they are posting about their packages today too. Also, so you can see who I was a Secret Cupid for!

Thanks for coming by today and have a great one!

❤ Kellie
The product mentioned was received as a gift.

Thursday, February 12, 2015

SuperChic Lacquer Diamond Heist Collection Swatches & Review

Hey folks! I have a new collection to show you today from SuperChic Lacquer called Diamond Heist. There are five polishes in the bunch, all with an extraordinary addition to the formula--diamond crystals! There are certified to have at least 1 carat weight of genuine diamond crystals in each bottle. They are all textured microglitters in different colors, so let's check them out!

First is Flawless, a white textured microglitter in a clear base with silver shimmer and holographic sparks. The diamond crystals appear a little grey at first glance, especially next to the white, but they're clear like ice. I put one coat over KBShimmer Eyes White Open.
SuperChic Lacquer Flawless

Next is Precious, a bright medium blue textured microglitter in a clear base with silver shimmer and holographic sparks. This is one coat over Sally Hansen Pacific Blue (original formula).
SuperChic Lacquer Precious

Here we have Fancy, a pale pink textured microglitter in a clear base with silver shimmer and holographic sparks. Pictured is one coat over Zoya Kennedy.
SuperChic Lacquer Fancy

This is Rarity, a medium red textured microglitter in a clear base with silver shimmer and holographic sparks. I used one coat over OPI Romantically Involved. This is my favorite!
SuperChic Lacquer Rarity

And last is Priceless, a black textured microglitter in a clear base with silver shimmer and holographic sparks. I have put one coat over Cult Nails Nevermore.
SuperChic Lacquer Priceless

These are easy to use despite their dense formula, especially layered like I have shown you here. I most likely wouldn't wear them on their own as a full manicure, it would take probably three to four coats to cover completely without a base color, but maybe as an accent nail. The texture is not as rough as most, which I like. The diamond crystals are fun and give the polish a more complex look. My honest opinion on this collection is that it's probably not for everyone, but I like them and I think they are very unique.

These are more of an expensive purchase than usual for an independent brand, but you are getting a special polish with genuine diamond crystals in it so I understand why. They are available now on SuperChic Lacquer's etsy site for $24 each. Let me know if you would indulge and treat yo self with one of these diamond filled polishes! Which is your favorite?

Thanks for coming by today!

❤ Kellie
The products mentioned were provided for an honest review.

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

OPI Fifty Shades of Grey Collection Swatches & Review

Happy Tuesday! Today I'm bringing you the OPI Fifty Shades of Grey collection. It's a six color collection released in conjunction with the movie it's inspired by. I'm not going to debate anything regarding the books or the movie here, I know a lot of people have rather strong opinions on them haha, because we're here to discuss the nail polish! :) I enjoyed this small collection. It's technically supposed to be their Valentine's Day collection I think, but it's giving us very non-traditional Valentine's colors (save for 1 red). I'm not crazy about V-day so I can get behind a collection like this haha. Let's take a look see!

First is Cement The Deal, a pale cool grey crème with a tinge of blue. It's thin but opaque and easy to apply. This is two coats. I love grey polishes and this is actually a shade of it that I don't have already which is nice!
OPI Cement The Deal Fifty Shades of Grey

This is Dark Side Of The Mood, a deep charcoal grey with a vein of a kinda milky pearl shimmer. I've heard that people had a difficult time with this formula, but I didn't have any problems with it. It's thin but I was able to get it opaque in two coats.
OPI Dark Side of the Mood Fifty Shades of Grey

Here we have Embrace the Gray, which really should have an 'e' not an 'a' to make it the same spelling as the collection name, but whatevs. I've always preferred the UK spelling personally. This is a medium grey crème that applies like a dream in two coats.
OPI Embrace the Gray Fifty Shades of Grey

My Silk Tie is a silver shimmer frost. It's got a bit of a warm grey undertone which makes it a little different than your basic silvers. It does leave brushstrokes behind, if that concerns you I'd try to paint straight haha. I liked this more than I expected to. It had pretty good opacity, this is two coats.
OPI My Silk Tie Fifty Shades of Grey

This guy is called Romantically Involved, a deeper warm almost brick red crème. I heard one girl on youtube call this a "mature" red haha. It's thin like the other crèmes in the collection, but very opaque. I used two coats but you can almost get it opaque in one. I actually really like this shade on me.
OPI Romantically Involved Fifty Shades of Grey

The last one is called Shine For Me. That name kinda creeps me out to be honest, but I like the polish. It's got a sheer-ish silver shimmer foily base with medium/dark blue microglitters. I put on three coats here. It dries slightly bumpy, some have said it's textured, but I don't agree because it's so slight it is just like a regular glitter polish in my opinion.
OPI Shine For Me Fifty Shades of Grey

These shades are available in professional salons and stores like Ulta and Sally Beauty now. Let me know what you think of this collection!

How about a little giveaway! I have one brand new mini set of this collection up for grabs, so please enter below using the Rafflecopter widget if you'd like to win. This giveaway is open to United States residents age 18 and older and ends on 2/24/15. Please read all terms and conditions.
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Good luck!

❤ Kellie
The products mentioned were provided for an honest review.

Sunday, February 8, 2015

Glam Polish New Girl In Town, Frankenslime Swatches & Review

Salutations! How has your weekend been? Today I wanted to show you a few polishes from indie brand Glam Polish. It was on my list of brands to try this year, I had heard so many good things about them. I bought these a few weeks ago so I can cross that off my list of to-do's haha. Glam Polish is based out of Australia, but they have a US location which makes shipping easy.

First is New Girl in Town, from their Hairspray collection. (Do you like that movie? I don't care for it but I like the music haha.) This is a warm coraly pink with a scattered holographic effect and glass fleck shimmer. I die over coral pinks, you know this if you're a regular reader of my blog, so picking this up was a no-brainer. Perfect, smooth formula, opaque in one coat but I used two here.
Glam Polish New Girl In Town

And I couldn't just buy one, so here is Frankenslime from their 2014 Halloween collection. It was released previously, but this is a revamped version. This was also an instant pick for me when I saw it, so my style! This is a bright tealy green crelly holographic with neon green and dark purple glitter. Two easy coats. Dries a teeny bit bumpy so I recommend a top coat.
Glam Polish Frankenslime

I purchased these from the Glam Polish website for $11 each. They also have a lot of international stockists to that you should check out if you're in another country besides the US or Australia. They come out with new collections like ALL the time, so be sure to follow them on facebook and instagram to keep up with their releases. I just picked up two more polishes from their most recent collection and I'm hopping up and down with anticipation to receive them! Tell me what you think about these two beauties! Have you ever tried Glam Polish?

Thanks for coming by!

❤ Kellie

Friday, February 6, 2015

ILNP Neon Rosebud Swatch & Review

Hello my sweets! How are you? I've been pretty overwhelmed at work this past week, there's been a couple people out of the office so I'm doing a few more jobs than usual. So I'm pretty glad it's Friday! Today I wanted to show you a fabulous polish, another ultra chrome flakie from the boutique nail polish brand ILNP (I Love Nail Polish). I showed you one of them a few posts ago, I really loved it. This is the only other one from the collection that I picked up, but I might be going back for more!

This is Neon Rosebud, a metallic multichrome flake polish in a clear base. It shifts between bright purpley fuchsia to pink to green to gold. I layered one coat over BB Couture The Huntsman, an oxblood purpley shimmer. In direct bright light it looks mostly chromey purple with hints of the other colors around the edges.

The flakes really liven up and shift more in lower lights, the shade photo shows the goldy green edges nicely. It really is like a rosebud, with the purpley pinky petals and green leaves around the outside, aww.

Here is an indirect bright light shot, which only halfway shows its true brilliance. These polishes just really have to be seen with in person for you to understand their full fabulosity. It just glows and shifts and glistens and WOW!

I picked this up from the ILNP website for $12.50. There are thirteen flakie polishes in this collection so there are lots of color combinations to choose from. Have you picked up any of the metallic multichrome flakies that have come out, from ILNP or any other brand? If not, what are you waiting for?! Hahaha, seriously, this is a trend I can get behind.

Enjoy your day friends!

❤ Kellie

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

More Picks from the SuperChic Lacquer Into the Woods Collection Swatches & Review

Hi there! Sometimes I'm really indecisive with my polish purchases. Remember when I showed you my picks from the SuperChic Lacquer Into the Woods collection? Well, turns out I needed two more colors from the collection. I cannot freaking believe I didn't buy these the first time, they are SO good! I actually haven't gotten around to seeing that movie yet, hmm. Anywho, let's look at the babes I should've bought the first go around but didn't. I'm so glad I was still able to buy them, though *phew*!

First is Witches Agenda for Uberness, a stunning blue iridescent shimmer peeking out from a deep black jelly base. There are glints of holographic bits, a chromey blue flash and flake shimmer in there too! This is seriously a galaxy on your nails. I can't even describe how beautiful this is in person. I used three coats here. You could also do one layer over a dark navy or black.
SuperChic Lacquer Witches Agenda for Uberness

And this is Bedtime Nom Noms for Mr. Wolf, that name makes me smile every time I hear it. It's got a rich brown shimmer base with lots of silver microglitter, some holographic sprinkles and pops of red shimmer bits. I really like this one too, it's unexpected and unique to my collection. I used three coats here.
SuperChic Lacquer Bedtime Nom Noms for Mr. Wolf

These polishes are still available for purchase, along with the rest of the shades in the collection, on SuperChic Lacquer Etsy store for $10 each. I am glad I bought these, and who knows if I'll have to go back for more of them! What do you think of these two polishes? Have you tried anything from SuperChic Lacquer before?

Happy Wednesday and I hope the rest of your week is awesome!

❤ Kellie
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