Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Revlon Scandalous MEETS... Orly Bubbly Bombshell

 Thanks to Tropical Storm Debby, I had an extra day off work. Along with ten inches of rainfall, Debby brought some of Florida a few tornadoes, trees down all over the place, flooding everywhere, and some new sinkholes! So my boss called and said she was closing and did not want us coming into work because the roads were too dangerous. What to do, what to do with the extra time…yup…manicure time!


 I decided on doing a very sparkly mani with a bit of contrast… Revlon Scandalous… meet Orly Bubbly Bombshell! Then to tie it all together I did a little stamping over the Bubbly Bombshell. I selected a smaller stamping image and kept it close to the cuticle line because I did not want to cover up to much of the AMAZING sparkle of the Bubbly Bombshell... I just wanted to tie it all together.


These are both fantastic polishes, but I have to say helloooo Bubbly Bombshell! I am in love with this polish and if you are on the fence about it or are looking for some phenomenal glitter then I highly recommend buying it! It is gorgeous! It has amazing sparkle and then when I put on the topcoat it blew my socks off! 



For this manicure I applied the following:
  • Milani Smoothe Base Coat
  • Orly Bubbly Bombshell (on all except the ring finger)...2 coats
  • Revlon in Scandalous (on ring finger)...2 coats
  • Nail Life Aromaherapy...1 drop on each nail
  • Nail Plate BM10
  • Konad Special Polish in Black
  • Seche Vite...1 coat



22 comments:

  1. beautiful! I love this combo and your stamping is beautiful :)

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    1. Thank you...happy that you like it. The combo seemed to be a perfect match and then the black stamping tied it all together. The stamp image was the perfect size I was looking for and the topper was that it had circles in the image to mimic the glitter in the scandalous polish.

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    1. Thank you...I was loving it on too. I couldn't stop looking at the Bubbly Bombshell color...it is stunning.

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    1. Thank you...it is a nice one and both of the colors are great on there own too.

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  4. The Orly polish is amazing, and with this combination you made it look more special!

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    1. Thanks! I am thinking that the Orly is going to be in my top 10 list for sure. It is a stunning one! I am going to wear this all on it's own one day too.

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    1. Thanks...glad you like it. Gotta love that glitter! : )

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  6. OMG! I hope I can find Orly Bubbly Bombshell here. It is indedd the BOMB!!! Love it dear! :)

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    1. Thank you. It really is a great one! Hope you can get your hands on it...you'll really love it in person.

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  7. too bad about debbie doing all that damage, but hey! good thing you got a extra day off, beautiful manicure! :)

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    1. Thanks...the Orly Bubbly Bombshell is an amazing polish and looks amazing on. Thanks to TS Debbie I go to find that out. : )

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  8. Such a brilliant combo--surprise time off very well spent! I really need to crack open my bottle of Scandalous. ;)

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    1. Thanks...glad you like it. It's that what we would all do?!?! ; )

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  9. I love that Orly, it's beautiful! I have that Revlon, but haven't worn it yet.
    Btw, I nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award! http://beauty-ninja.blogspot.com/2012/06/versatile-blogger-award.html Enjoy! :)

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    1. Thanks so much for nominating me! I do highly recommend the Orly Bubbly Bombshell...it is an amazing polish!

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  10. Very nice, I like this combo!! I never think to combine Scandalous (I have a bottle from when it was Facets of Fuchsia) with anything, I usually wear it solo or layered over something else!

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    1. Thank you. It is one of my favorite combos because it is so unexpected that two such strong and bold polishes would work so well together.

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