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REVIEW: Maybelline Colorshow Glitter Mania Nail Polish in Starry Nights




 Maybelline Glitter Mania Starry Nights - Swatches Review

 

NOTD with Maybelline Colorshow Glitter Mania Nail Polish in Starry Nights


At the moment my nails are bare, I have not one speck of makeup on my face and my hair is greasy, falling limp on my shoulders... This is a nightmare situation for me but I still don't do anything to rectify it... Why?
Why, you ask me and the reason is simple...

I am TIRED...


I am tired and dreadfully so...

My colleagues exclaim that I am just back from 2 mini-vacations and if anything, I should be refreshed and rejuvenated... But I know how tired I feel and so so sapped off energy :/
So, to cheer myself up I plan to whip out the gorgeous Maybelline Glitter Mania Pink Champagne, apply it in leisure, munch on some Nachos and read this redundant book that I reading by Sophie Kinsella...






And while I contemplate on actually getting up from inside my snuggly blanket (its raining here in Pune and the temperature's a comfortable 26 degrees), I plan to write about another gorgeous shade from Maybelline's Colorshow Glitter Mania range called Starry Nights :)

Maybelline Glitter Mania Starry Nights - Swatches Review

Maybelline Glitter Mania Starry Nights - Swatches Review

Maybelline Glitter Mania Starry Nights - Swatches Review




Price of Maybelline Colorshow Glitter Mania Nail Paints

They cost INR 125/-

Maybelline Glitter Mania Starry Nights is a gorgeous glittery balck-grey nail polish that looks glittery black in the bottle but applies into a matte slate grey silver glittery shade that is both mesmerising and beautiful... It isn't your average girly, pretty shade but something that takes the glam quotient a few notches higher...
A single coat gives opaque coverage and 2 coats give it a depth. The nail polish stays on like forever without chipping but is a pain to remove.

Have you tried this shade? Whats your take on it?

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