08 September, 2012

OPI: Nothin' Mousie 'Bout It - Take 2!

I hope everyone's having a happy Saturday! 

OPI's Nothin' Mousie 'Bout It is such a pretty spring layering polish and worthy of a reswatch.  I've used it once previously here and just had to try it again - this time over Revlon's lavender pink Flirt for a pink-on-pink mani.  Again this is one coat with no top coat and I love the sugary shimmer as much as the glitter hearts.   No need to say any more about this polish as I'll just be repeating myself. Onto the pictures...

Shade



 Sun

That's all for now.

Vita :)

12 comments:

  1. Ooooo pretty! I have Nothin Mousie Bout It on the way so I'll have to give it a go over Flirt :)

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    1. I'm so glad you like it Anthea! Enjoy playing once you get your bottle :) xo

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  2. I love that colour and that heart shaped flakes are so cute! I think it is also a great colour for toes, I really like how you have paired it with the revlon colour / Claire

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    1. I'd never have thought of it for toes, but what a fun idea! Just waiting for sandal weather to come back. It's still too cool for bare feet down here...

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  3. The heart shaped glitters are so cute. :D This is such a fun manicure!

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    1. Thanks Larie, Spring's all about super cuteness, and soft colour palettes! BTW in complete contrast I'm wearing OPI's Every Month Is Oktoberfest and I think it might be something you'll like. Deep, almost black aubergine with a subtle plum shimmer - very vampy. Expect the post towards the end of the week. I've got quite a backlog happening around here!

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  4. I love this on you! I think it's such a pretty, girly polish. I really wanted to buy it but I have heard some pretty poor reviews so I thought I'd better hold off!

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    1. Thank you! Yes, this polish is a bit challenging to work with, especially as the heart glitters need a bit of help to position them and as they're so large and flat they don't hug the curve contour of the nail. However I personally don't mind because it's a cute effect for a short term weekend mani :)

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  5. That is such a soft and feminine look, I'd love it layered over my Lively Lilac from Rimmel as well, that would be super pretty.

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    1. Yes Emma, I can absolutely see this over Lively Lilac! It would look lovely :)

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    1. What else can I say but: <3 <3 <3!!!

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