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Nail Quirks

Not much to report, except that University is overloading me at the moment with essays and reports. I'll be happy when I finish this semester at the end of the month, and then around four weeks of blissful nothing. 

When I'm studying I find that I have to pay close attention to my nail routine. They have to be perfect. Otherwise, the slightest chip or imperfection could stop my focus and irritate me until I fix it. It's just one of the little quirks that I have.

Below are some of the photos I have of my nails from the other day.

I used Rimmel's 60 Second polish in #622 Oh Boy You're so Fine!! as my base shade. It's a nice opaque, creamy lilac color. I used Models Own in the shade Purple haze as a top coat, but I used about three coats of it. It's a clear polish flied with lots and lots of purple glitter flecks.

Expect some bonfire photos tomorrow!

Louise x x

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