12 April 2010

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Nails of the day: Essie Van D Go




A creamy looking pale peach

Please forgive the uber dry cuticles and staining from my previous mint polish >_<

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Any pale peach recommendations out there?
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  1. I love them! I've never tried Essie polishes but I love their range of pastel shades at the minute! There are some really nice Models Own peach shades xx

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  2. This is lovely, it is definitly going on the wish list. I am currently wearing Essies Ballet Slippers, it is a very pale pink. I am really impressed with the formula and staying power. xx

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  3. have you tried OPI Coney island cotton candy babe? its really pretty! and unlike some nasty peach polishes which can make your fingers look tan this doesn't. also, you should check out OPI's bubble bath. also another v pretty color. =)

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  4. I was going to recommend an Essie nail polish I have, but when I checked the name of the colour it was the exact same as the one on your post (oops)! Love the colour!

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  5. I love the color! Looks very pretty!

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  6. my favorite : Essie's Virgin Orchid
    you should try it =)

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  7. Lovely Color :)

    Try L'oreal Paris Pro Manicure Nail Polish , I have the Sweet Chiffon (220) and Blush it off (500). I love it ! Its kinda peach and pinkish tone. Very nice colors tho ^___^

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  8. Oh, pretty color, its hard for me to find the perfect shade of nailpolish, or maybe thats because my taste only agrees with pastel nailpolish colors, have you ever tried mixing colors?

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  9. Ahh such a cute colour!
    I was going to try some Revlon ones in an aqua colour :)

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  10. That is such a pretty color! Love it!

    Visit my blog too :)

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  11. love this color! your nails have awesome shapes and length... :)

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  12. Looks great! Goes very well with ur skin tone, very nice!

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