Friday, December 21, 2012

Happy Hands Feliz Navidad

Since I last shared polishes from Happy Hands (the Ready for Fall collection), Kristi has changed her labels and bottles. I like the new look a lot! Today I've got one of the colors from the Winter collection: Feliz Navidad. This is a pale pinky peach with pink and gold glitter and shimmer. I used three coats plus topcoat for these swatches. Any lumpiness is my fault; at the point I was still trying to nurse along some damaged nails and thought thicker coats of polish would help disguise the patches.









This is a very pretty polish, and against my pale and rosy skintone pretty much qualifies as a neutral, so it can go where bolder glitters might attract too much attention. Also, since it doesn't yell "Christmas", it can be worn year 'round.

11 comments:

  1. Very pretty. Festive but not obnoxious :-)

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  2. I'm kind of freaked out that regular people can make nail polish. I always imagined it was something that you need a factory and exotic chemicals to make.

    I love the layered glitter -- it looks like terazzo floor. Very pretty colour.

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  3. OHMG this is sooo pretty, and it looks good on you - so delicate...

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  4. Wow, so beautiful! I like that this glitter polish looks a little laid back but still interesting with the glitters! And I have to agree. This new look is so much better than the previous one. Love the new look!

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  5. Oh my this polish is seriously gorgeous!!

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  6. Very pretty, delicate and elegant! :-)

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  7. That's really pretty. Kind of reminds me of antique upholstery, but in a good, comforting kind of way.

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  8. This polish is gorgeous! I love it!

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