Manicure Monday – Mint Candy Apple

Yes, yes I know I promised to let you in on my fantabulous night last weekend, I haven’t forgotten about it yet! I have just been waiting for the spectacular pictures to arrive…

Plus, today’s manicure is of way more interest anyways, right? 🙂

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I adore this colour.

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This colour makes me happy.

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It reminds me of Summers at the beach, flowers growing wild, white dresses swaying in the wind…

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And yes, it is yet another Essie nail polish….

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And it is called Mint Candy Apple.

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Would you eat a mint candy apple?

The flavour combination sounds rather peculiar to me… but to each their own, eh?

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This is a beautiful pastel blueish green… the it-color of most Springs

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The color is strong and the polish covers the nail in a very thick coat. As always I am more than pleased with how quickly and easily it is to apply… even if my manicure is far from perfect (I blame my impatience and lack of time to let it dry…definitely need to go get my nails done sometime soon!)

Happy Monday!

With attitude and nail polish, Anoushé xoxox

5 thoughts on “Manicure Monday – Mint Candy Apple

  1. I adore this colour, and Essie is definitely one of my favourite nail polish brands, I’m kind of nail polish obsessed haha! I’m Kate and I’m really into styling and writing. I’m also a dancer too:) I think you would really like my blog, check it out, I would really appreciate a follow back 🙂
    http://layeredindulgence.wordpress.com

    • Oh, I’m so happy someone shares my Essie nail polish craze! What kind of dance do you too?
      Thank you so much for your lovely comment 🙂 have a great day! xoxo

      • I use to do every kind of dance..tap,jazz.ballet,lyrical,pointe, hip hop etc. haha. Even all through University I did almost everything expect ballet and tap! Now I do the odd class downtown when I can 🙂 Also trying to get into yoga:)

      • Ohhhhhh your just like me then 🙂 Yes do get into yoga! It is a great balance to dance – try Iyengar! My yoga teacher always gave me specific exercises to help with ballet and general felxibility 🙂

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