FAVORITES: LIGHT BLUE NAIL POLISH

1/09/2012


I have a tiny bit of an obsession with nail polish, hence my Nail Polish Invasion post i did couple weeks ago. I, however, have recently discovered an appreciation for blues and in particular, light blue nail polishes. Here are some of my favorite colors from a couple of different brands. Next week I'll probably go for lilacs and I can tell you now my favorite is Lilacism, by Essie. 


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credit: luux.com, alllacqueredup.com, hausofpolish, polishorperish, nailinit, thedailyvarnish, chickisnails, getnailedbypolish and swatchaholic

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