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wedding polish.

the hunt has begun for the perfect nail color for the big day.

since hearing of kate middleton's classic, chic combo she wore for her nuptials, i've been rather obsessed with the idea of finding the perfect mix for my skin tone. as i already have some possible polishes in my possesion, i thought i'd include them on the wishlist of lacquers to try out.
as i try these different colors out, i'll post photos of what they look like on my hands, up next to my skin tone. and hopefully - hopefully - this will aid me in this momentous decision.

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Anonymous said…
Soo pretty, I love this idea! I'm actually wearing Essie Ballet Slippers today for the first time and love it :)
They are all so different! ;) I'm leaning towards the Imported Bubbly, but I do like a nice Matte color like Hopelessly in Love :)
Jennifer said…
I can't wait to see them on!
Amanda said…
These are all gorgeous shades! Great picks, I'm not sure how you will be able to decide!
Sarah said…
I love Essie's Ballet Slippers. It's such a flattering pale color.
Jenna said…
What a fun decision to make! I love how all of the polish names sounds so delicate and feminine!
Shannon Marie said…
I've been looking for colors like these too! Now I can go buy some :) I'm a new follower- thanks for the color inspiration! xo
Lauren said…
i love ballet slippers!
Dree said…
What a fun decision! I am a bright red OPI girl myself {currently wearing I'm Not Really a Waitress} and I have to say, I always imagined that I'd wear red on my wedding day. Then I realised how much it'd distract from everything - pale is the way to go. I just got Ballet Slippers for Christmas, my first ever pale shade and my first ever Essie. I hear it's brilliant! Can't wait to see the different shades on you!

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