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Fridail: Katie's back!

Hi everyone! Today Katie from Katie's Lost and Found is back! You can see her previous post *here* which was a Blogger's Bookshelf post! :)
Over to Katie!
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Hey guys!
I'm loving neons so much at the moment. I'm not entirely sure why, something about the sheer summery cheerfulness of them I think :). So when I wandered into boots and saw they had model's own on offer, I couldn't resist grabbing three of the new pastel neons. They're from the polish for tans collection and called 'bikini' (yellow), 'flipflops' (green) and 'shades' (pink).



Then I went a little mad haha. First I painted them randomly on my nails over Barry M coconut, before adding random dots on the Barry M coconut on top. Then I did exactly the same thing in reverse haha!


After that I got really carried away and hunted out another two model's own neons from an older collection, pukka purple and pink punch. I used all five with the Barry M coconut and nails Inc new York noir to do a tribal-y kinda skittle.


Then finally used that same combination of polishes for neon leopard print!


I really enjoyed myself even if no-one enjoyed reading about it haha. See you all soon! X
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Oh wow, thanks Katie! I have got to get my hands on the other Polish for Tan's polishes; I only have Beach Bag! I love all the designs she's done here, too. 
If you liked Katie's post, don't forget to show her some love by leaving a comment below, and checking out her blog!
Thanks for reading guys! See you all on Monday for a Blogger's Bookshelf post from myself!
o7
~Rachel

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