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  1. Nail polish ones for me- Essie, RGB, and Deborah Lippmann. I don't know why I was turned off from them, but now I have some from each. Oh well, more polish for me
  2. Oh! So here's how I like to remove any polish, glitter included: I apply a cheap polish on top of the polish I want to remove, wait just enough for the applied polish to penetrate the layers below, and wipe it off with a paper towel before it dries too much. It's works great, and I save so much polish remover! Each polish bottle lasts me about 25-30 manis. Glitter is tough to remove in general, so it takes at least 4 swipes to have it come off. But despite this method, I still have to use a bit of polish remover to get any polish residues; it's cool though, like I said, I use relatively less polish remover and don't have to expose my fingers to longterm contact with the remover. I am quite satisfied with all of that, and have yet to experience a downside
  3. @chaosintoart: your accent reminded me I had maybelline colorshow tattoos lying around :-) Really awesome dollar store find, I had been meaning to try them out. I am wearing Different Dimension Solar Flares, which I really love; it's a nude with red microglitter, I think, so pretty. The blue one is Picture Polish Denim w/ CULT cosmetics Troubadour topcoat, which is giving that slight yellow shine to Denim. Denim is soo pretty by itself too. Hope everyone is having a good Tuesday.
  4. Belated Happy New Years! I am wearing Ciate Tweed and Tails, with Nails Inc Royal Botanical Gardens and Butter London Wellies brushed on top with a fan brush, which I tried for the first time! I also brushed on an irridescent flakey from unknown indie origin (I think I got it on Etsy), but it was really hard to photograph; you can see it better in the second pic.
  5. Thanks, and thanks! Vinylux polishes apply a bit thick and goopy, so I find it best to use very thin coats; the finish is smooth and shiny this way. I sometimes need three coats for perfect coverage, and a top coat is essential for these polishes because I feel like they are prone to surface damage even hours after drying. Overall, I really like these polishes because of the color hues and finish.
  6. Hi all, I joined the forum to swap some polishes I have, let me know if I am doing something wrong, thanks. List: - NCLA Catwalk Queen (gently used), $5 - ORLY Purple Poodle (never used), $6 - ORLY FX Pink Your World (never used), $6 - LVX Lolli (never used), $6 - Maybelline Color Show Green Graffiti (gently used), $1 - Maybelling Color Show Fierce N Tangy (never used), $1 - Sally Hansen Insta Dri Flashy Fuchsia (gently used), $2 - Julep Mahima (gently used), $5 - Julep Braiden (slightly used), $4 - Seche Lumiere (never used), $3 - CULT cosmetics Coachella topcoat (never used), $6 Edit: added one more polish.
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