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NOTD: Sally Hansen Gem Crush Nail Paint in Showgirl Chic


Shimmery, Glittery Nails...


All that glitters is not always Gold! It could be Silver too ;) And looking at my nails right now, I know it could as well be Turquoise shimmer too ;)


Sally Hansen's Gem Crush Nail Color in Showgirl Chic is a gorgeous, shimmery shade that packs in glitter on your nails like there was no tomorrow... A single coat is good enough to cover your entire nail but a double coat sees to to it that no one and I mean no one misses your intensely shimmery nails! :D

As with other glitter nail paints, it doesn't give you grief while removing the nail polish either. It sure is what dreams are made of :)






Price of Sally Hansen Gem Crush Nail Paints

They cost INR 450/-

So what's your take?

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    1. haina? but you know it looks prettier in person... I just could not catch the actual prettiness of the shade :(

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  2. I was going to pick this up the of day but put it back down it looks really nice might have to get it now xxx

    http://mrsbeautyjunkie83.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. Love, love, Love it !

    Hina xx
    http://beautywidbrainz.com

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  4. Woha... What a pick... Me wants :-):-)
    Swathi

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  5. Woha... What a pick... Me wants :-):-)
    Swathi

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  6. its beautiful Suma loved the combo of silver and turquoise .. u have mentioned that its not a paint to remove ? really ? I a tempted to try this line in that case .. I hate removing glitter nails :( .. btw Sally Hansen is exorbitant here too :(

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  7. bech bech me lil lil turquoiseeeeeeeeeee my my!!!!! nd yes this is too much!

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  8. oh my gosh!! this is so pretty.....I kinda liked this one more than Big Money, yet I ended up buying big money I dunno why..I'm getting this one for sure on my next visit! :)

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