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Hello lovelies!
I have another post for you today! For me not having a lot of time, I sure am posting a lot this week….funny how that one works. I apologize for being so absent! I’m super behind on reading blogs and I haven’t been sharing my posts anywhere really. Hopefully, I’ll be able to catch up before the week is over.
Anyways, I wanted to create some nail art with the Squishy Face Polishes that I reviewed earlier this week! 
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All I can think about when I see these nails is unicorns….Don’t ask…
More after the jump:

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Here’s what I used:
I used 3 polishes from the first half of the 2014 Spring Collection (review here). These polishes all worked together really well color wise and had great formulas so it made sense to pair them all together!
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These nails started off with 2 coats of Ciao Bella. When that dried, I placed my striping tape and sponged on my gradient of Far, Far Away and Unteal The End Of Time!

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I really love these nails! They’re springy and delicate like which is perfect for this time of year! Also, the holo still held up pretty well.
Here’s another song for today:
Every Avenue – Where Were You?
Thanks for reading guys and I hope you’ve all enjoyed the Squishy Face Polish on the blog this week!
-Marisa! (: