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Monday, February 18, 2013

China Glaze Mahoganie Swatches




Hello ladies,

How was your Monday? Mine kind of flew by, which was good but I was feeling pretty beat after lunch. What had happened is that I was so tired Sunday that I literally passed out by 8 pm. I woke up around midnight, then I couldn't sleep anymore. After tossing and turning for an hour or two, I got up and started editing some pictures all the way till 4 am then decided I should get a couple more hours of rest before I head back to work. Yeah so, sleeping through the night is always a problem for me if I end up in bed before midnight.

Just a quickie post to show you a nail polish and swatch that I bought a while back and frankly I never got around to wearing it except for doing the swatches. How sad is that? This isn't the only nail polish that I've been neglecting. I think eventually, I'm going to have to start giving some of them away to good homes.

Mahoganie is a shimmery dark chocolate brown with a slight red undertone to it and some gorgeous holographic glitters. It's quite pigmented and I believe I only used two coats for these swatches.
You may be able to find it at your local nail supplier or order it from Amazon.






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    1. I think pretty much anything with sparkle look interesting :D

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  2. Ooh, this is beautiful! Love your new layout!

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    1. Thanks. I'm quite satisfied so far. Trying to figure what else I can do to it.

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  3. Oh this is so pretty! :D Loving all the sparkle!

    I have to ask though...is it hard to remove? >_<

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    1. Yes, they can be a pain but if you soak your nails for a couple minutes in acetone, it's not too bad. You can use the foil method or use nail soakers like I do.

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  4. What a pretty color! I've never thought of trying a chocolate colored polish before.

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