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time for product review/ vrijeme je za jednu recenziju.


 Just a quick product review...like you can see it is an Eveline nail-polish. Generally speaking, I'm satisfied with this brand, I have a few of their nail polishes. The bottle says long lasting but in reality that is not true...the durability of this nail polish is not great (1-2 days) but on the upper side, it does dry quickly, it's shiny and I really like this shade of pink.

Evo samo jedna mala recenzija...kao što vidite to je Eveline lak za nokte, marka kojoj sam zadovoljna, neki čisto u redu omjer kvalitete i cijene. Bočica kaže da dugo traje, ali to baš i nije istina, prije bi rekla da traje kratko (samo dan, dva) ali sa pozitivne strane, boja je stvarno divna i sjajna, a i brzo se suši.




Comments

  1. The shine and vibrant colour is brilliant, xoxo.

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  2. It's a wonderful colour!! Today I wear a shirt of that colour, you know? :D Sweety a big kiss and a good night! :D

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  3. I don´t know the brand but the colour looks really great!
    xx

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  4. Nijansa je divna, nije previše sjajna što je super :)

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  5. Nisam nikada probala te lakove... Boja je predivna! :)

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  6. Great color Ivana, vibrant and ideal for the summer.
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark
    http://margaretcruzemark.blogspot.com/

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  7. Beautiful color, perfect for Summer :)

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  8. Baš je divan,sviđa mi se nijansa i sjaj,moram probat!

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  9. love your nails, very girly... kisses
    www.petitgraphie.blogspot.com

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  10. Hello Ivana,

    nice colour!

    Bye.

    Jennifer

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