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I know I might be getting boring with the gold glitter nailpolish but this is the last manicure in this style for a while at least I promise;)  Previously I have tried this nailpolish with dark blue and red, this time I chose turquoise. The turquoise nailpolish is no name, I think I paid one euro for it somewhere because I liked the colour so much I though I might use it on something else not my nails ( i.e jewerlly) . Turns out that the quality isn't that bad. Have a lovely day!

Lipi moji kako ste? Znan da san možda malo i dosadna s ovim lakom s zlatnim šljokicama jer sam ga isprobala sa svim lakovima koje iman, ali eto...ovo je zadnja manikura u ovom stilu zasada. Pozdrav:)


  1. love this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. nice :) love it! :)


  3. Love your nails, and I love your bracelet!:)

  4. Wonderful nails and.. tender love!! <3 You're so cute together! :D A big kiss, my dear friend! :)

  5. I feel that i need to pack the glitter nails away now that Christmas is over. These two colours look lovely together though.

    Lindsey. x

  6. following you now, hope you will do the same, kisses

  7. Ha, ja imam iste! :)

    Se sledimo?

  8. Divne burme :-) Poslednja slika je adorable!

  9. Beautiful nails! :)Would you like to follow each other?


  11. That nailcolor is amazing, I like that colors and the gold one is wow. Have a nice day.

  12. Torbica je divna!

  13. So beautiful and shiny, love it!

  14. Perfect manucure, I love it !! :)

  15. Lovely nail-do baby girl!!!
    Best Regards
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark


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