Skinny Dipping

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Welcome back to the Sin Bin! Today I’m showcasing the one and only Green Ocean, and I’m gonna be totally honest about this mani: I didn’t really like it. Green Ocean is a glitter topper, and I wasn’t going to wear that by its lonesome. So I coupled it with Sally Hansen Insta-Dri In Nude-tral for this subtle, glittery mani.

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As you can see, Green Ocean is barely visible here without the light hitting it, but when the sunshine did it popped. I made a mistake in not pairing it with a green or blue or even a pinker nude. I probably would have liked this mani a lot more if I had. Oh well!

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Now with bonus blur! I added accent dots of OPI Miss Piggy’s Big Number, but it couldn’t save it. Now, I’m not knocking Green Ocean. It’s a fine glitter topper if you’re into glitter, although some of the larger shard glitters are a little annoying if they go off the edge of the nail. If you’re after some cheap, iridescent green goodness, you can’t really go wrong here. Overall, I think Green Ocean is a good polish, so don’t let my blah mani deter you from checking this one out! It’s a core collection polish, so it’s pretty easy to find.

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One thought on “Skinny Dipping

  1. This looks really good over bright pinks if you’re into that. I love this polish even though I didn’t think I would. The flakies are the really thick Mylar kind that are really stiff but as long as you make sure none are hanging off the nail before you’re finished, it looks as good as the thin flakies. For $2, it’s hard to go wrong. :D

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