Sunday, April 24, 2011

Revlon: Guava and stamping

♥ Happy Easter ♥
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Happy Easter Everyone! Hope the bunny was good to you  :)

This is Revlon's Guava and she's beautiful! This is another polish I won from Colores De Carol's giveaway. Guava has such a great formula- it's creamy and opaque, you can't see any brush strokes when it dries. It's a cross between an orange, pink, peach and coral.  Horrible description huh!

I seriously do not own anything like this color so it's great to have it! I like the Revlon brush and handle too by the way.  It doesn't dry super glossy or anything but it does dry quick, which is a huge bonus! With a quick dry top coat like SV, you can easily be out the door sooner than other polishes.

I then stamped over it using China Glaze Harmony (purple), konad special black and white polishes then dabbed a little glitter from NYC (another polish in the giveaway!).  It's a bit hard to see the glitter but it's there :DI liked the layering in this mani, only thing I may do differently is start with the black stamp so that the darker color is on the bottom and the lighter ones can stand out over it.  Layering stamps for the win!

PS- don't forget my giveaway!


  1. Super cool manicure. I love the color, looks very nice on you.
    Happy Easter!

  2. Very cute! I've never tried layering, I think I may soon!

  3. Layering stamps is one of my favorite things to do as well!I love how this turned out!

  4. nice mani :-D
    and happy easter to you too ;-)

  5. the mani is so cute!! :) love that coral the stamped mani!

  6. Wow, that's so beautiful! Did you use one of the Konads plates?

    1. I did, I just layered the same stamp in different colors. Thanks Aline

    2. I so love it! Would you tell me what plate you used? :)

  7. Wow, that's so beautiful! Did you use a Konad plate?


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