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Today I’m sharing the base I used for my birthday manicure. I wore them for a couple of days before I turned them in to birthday nails, and I got so many compliments for them. I also had five(!) different people tell me they reminded them of something, can you guess what? ūüėČ
APPEAL4 - Candy gradient APPEAL4 - Candy gradientHave you guessed it yet? Or maybe it just a Norwegian thing, but my nails totally looked like the candy below. It’s called Bubblizz, have you tried it? My mouth is watering just thinking about it ;P

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I have not taken this picture, but I could’t find the source :/

I must say I was impressed with how easy it was to create a gradient with these polishes, the formula was excellent and China Glaze – Fairy Dust always gives my gradients the something little extra.
APPEAL4 - No. 137 Copenhagen girls APPEAL4 - No. 150 - Mint Muffin I used:
APPEAL4 – No. 137 Copenhagen girls
APPEAL4 –¬†No. 150 –¬†Mint Muffin
China Glaze – Fairy Dust

Copenhagen girls is a dusty warm pink creme polish. It went on really smooth and was completely opaque in two coats.

Mint Muffin is a gorgeous mint green creme with ice blue undertones. Mint muffin¬†is¬†APPEAL4’s celebration polish that celebrates¬†150 polish colors created, and a celebration of the values of the company, that’s why half the polish price goes to the Animal Protection services in Denmark. It’s a special edition polish so get yours while you still can, because it’s gooorgeous!
APPEAL4 - Candy gradientThe polishes cost 79 DKK, they offer worldwide shipping and can be purchased directly from their online store: appeal4.dk.

*The nail polishes in this post were sent to me for free by the company or their PR firm in exchange for my honest review.

1 Comment

  1. Of course you’ve got many compliments for this gradient, the colors are wonderful and the transition between the colors came out lovely! I don’t know the candies, but your nails are very similar to them.

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