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Saturday, October 20, 2012

Girly Bits Black Eyed Susan - Swatches and Review

Happy Saturday!

Today I have another Girly Bits polish to show you - Black Eyed Susan.

Being in Texas, there's no shortage of the real Black-Eyed Susans. They're everywhere...





Black Eyed Susan is  a clear base with multiple sizes of hex and square matte yellow glitters, gold holo micro-glitter and metallic green and metallic brown/copper hex glitter. Since the real black-eyed susans look so pretty against the vast Texas sky, I decided to layer it over a sky blue polish. Here I've used Nails Inc. Bluebell for the base and one coat of Gelous to make it smooth to the touch. I had no issues with this one at all - all the glitter pieces laid perfectly flat and I didn't have to dig for any. I got a great mix on each nail.



Girly Bits Black Eyed Susan

Girly Bits Black Eyed Susan

Girly Bits Black Eyed Susan

Girly Bits Black Eyed Susan

Girly Bits Black Eyed Susan

Girly Bits Black Eyed Susan



What do you think of this one? Yellow hates me, but with the good mix of green and brown/copper glitter pieces and the blue "underwear" it's wearable for me.


Girly Bits polishes are available on Big Cartel and are also available at llarowe.com and Harlow & Co. for $10 to $13 retail for full .5 oz bottles.Don't forget to follow Pam at Girly Bits on Facebook and on her blog for updates.



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9 comments :

  1. gorgeous swatches! I love Black Eyed Susans!!

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  2. wow I had never seen this polish but it's gorgeous!! the colors look great together and I love your combo!

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  3. This yellow certainly doesn't hate you! A very complimenting combo :-*

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  4. It's stunning!!! I have a question for you, if you don't mind. What kind of camera to you use to take your pictures? I am in the market for a new camera and your pictures along with your micro shots are to die for.

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    1. It's a Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FZ28 - I have no idea what that means or anything about photography, so if the photos are decent, it's all the camera IN SPITE of me...not because of me.

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  5. This is such a unique polish! It really captures the flower it's named after AND it looks great on you! I don't think yellow hates you!

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  6. What a great layering combo!! Thank you for posting.

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