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When it comes to breaking a nail, I’m a complete and total girl, for obvious reasons. So I was sort of annoyed when the nail on my ring finger broke the other day (taking off nail polish; when does that ever happen?). I feel like I’m one of the only people that doesn’t immediately shorten all nine other fingers once one breaks… I mean, all that growing effort down the drain?! I don’t think so… So it’ll stay a little shorter than the rest for a while; try and ignore it. Anyway, I swear, if ever I opened a nail salon, leopard print would be called The Classic (it really helps that I’m pretty much a cat at heart, so this is right at home)It’s just so awesome, I want it on my nails 24/7. I did this colour combo a few months back and it’s since remained my favourite. Pink and nude has my heart, and I love it this time around just as much as the first.

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  1. OMG, I think I am going to become a stalker of your page. I love the animal print. I have never tried Essie polish is it pretty thick where I don’t have to put several coats and does it shine or would I have to use a topcoat to make it shine?

    • Lol! You’re so funny! Essie is one of my favourites, hands down. It obviously depends on the colour you’re buying (like if it’s a super light pink, that might be sheer), but overall you’re gonna be good with two coats. I always do two to be on the safe side, even if it’s opaque in one coat. Unless it’s a neon shade, they’re generally shiny, but I always add topcoat because it makes it look that much better! Definitely try out Essie though, and let me know how you find it! x

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