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How cute are they?! Reminds me of the Nfu-Oh bottles, but more sweet and simple.
The color I ended up with is a nude with shimmery silver micro glitter, which looks like it may even have a few tiny holo bits in it in certain light. I thought this was really lovely when I saw the photos online and was just as enthused when I saw it in person. Nudes can be so boring, but really everyone should have a few good nudes in their nail polish collection and this one spices things up in the nude department for sure.
For this mani I used my usual Bonder base and then 3 coats of Anna Sui 701. As you can see, it is a little bumpy in texture, but I smoothed it out pretty well with a thick coat of SV.
This polish reminds me of Brittney Spears' hot nude outfit from the 2001 Mtv VMA's and her glitter bodysuit from her Toxic video in '04.
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Am I high? Or is that spot on?
Anna Sui polishes are priced at $15.00 a bottle. I know, pretty steep! But I think of how much people pay for Deborah Lippman and MAC polishes ($18 and $16 each, respectively). I feel that the Anna Sui polishes are definitely in the same league and the packaging is obviously veeeery special. Usually UO will have free shipping on purchase over $50.00, so maybe someday you'll spy something you don't think you can live without on UO and will opt to add one of these pretties to your order just for the helluvit. That's what I did! Not only did I get a great winter coat for a steal of a price (UO.com clearance sales are INSANE!), but I also got my very first Anna Sui. Win, win!
Until next time ☺