Mmm. Two coats of bright barbie pink, filled with gold glitter! In retrospect, I think I should have made my Love Doll slighly more jellyish to show the glitter better, but it is there. And now you're thinking: what's new with that? Nothing. Absolutely nothing. But as I was closely inspecting one of my recent purchases, one of those typical pinks with gold shimmer, a bit towards pearly gold finish, I was contemplating why they don't make these colors more glitter instead of shimmer, and since I'm usually not in the pinks department, I just decided to make my own.
Said and done, I took out my bottle of Pure Ice Flirt Alert, the trusty franken ingredient Enchanted Holiday from Color Club's latest holiday mini set, a white creme, and a bottle of clear. I can't say for sure how much I used of each as I was tweaking a bit, but I was light on the clear and used only two drops of white to achieve the perfect barbie look (yes, I refuse to spell barbie with a capital b). I used quite some glitter, which would have shown up better had I used more clear. On the other hand, I'm sure all of you who are into pinks already own something similar, so my recipe may be useless.
Also, I wore this one to work, and it chipped like hell. So only use polishes you know work together!
Swedish word of the day:
docka -noun doll
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