9 March 2013

Magnificient nails

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Hi lovelies,

Today I bring to you a polish that was true to its name: Magnificient Sea by Colorbar. I say 'was' because Colorbar was foolish enough to replace my glowing blue beauty with a crappy dusty blue Frankly, I would have loved the new colour if it had been launched as a new bottle instead of replacing the old one. But that was not to be. Sigh.


 See what I mean when I say glowing beauty? I really don't know what to call this shade of blue. It belongs to Colorbar's Pro range. The brush is wide, which might be problematic for people with small nails. I find it a bit unwieldy, too.


Do you see the shimmer in the bottle? If not, catch it in the swatch below.


I had taken these pictures a while ago and even posted one on Facebook. However, since it never made it to the blog, I am rectifying my mistake.
This will probably be the only time you see this polish here because I broke my bottle accidentally after I applied it just once. Boohoo... But I am saving the photograph here (hopefully) for posterity :P


As you can see here, I stamped it with Revlon Earthquake using a plate from the new Bundlemonster set. Revlon Fast Drys are pretty neat to stamp with.
So, did you like this colour as much as I did? Pssttt.... if any of you have an unused bottle of the old Magnificient Sea lying somewhere, you know where to find me :)
And don't forget to leave me a comment... 

Product: Magnificient Sea (old) Brand: Colorbar
Collection/Range:  Pro
 Colour: Metallic blue Finish: shimmer, smooth Qty: 15 ml Price/Availability: Rs 350. Not available. Colobar retained the name but changed it to a  dusty creme blue :(


For stamping:
Revlon Earthquake
Plate: Bundle Monster 314 (curlicue design)





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4 comments:

  1. i love this combo specially the base.. shame tht they changed the finish and color..

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  2. Very pretty shade and love the combo...:)

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  3. I love this mani!! such a pretty stamp that is!

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