OPI Incognito in Sausalito and KB Shimmer Clown Puke

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Hello gentle readers.

A little while back, I had to do the nubbins thing. When I go very short, I like to go very dark or very pale. For this manicure, I went very dark and very sparkly, as well. I polished my freshly nubbinized nails with the incomparable OPI Incognito in Sausalito, a deep, rich navy creme then I did accent nails with KB Shimmer Clown Puke, an insanely colourful glitter topper.




OPI Incognito in Sausalito with KB Shimmer Clown Puke accent nails Gelous and Seche Vite tops the glitter nails.




KB Shimmer Clown Puke has a pretty fantastic formula for a chunky glitter topper. While I had to do some of the usual pat and place that is the usual for a glitter of it's ilk, this polish wasn't troublesome or difficult to work with. It was also surprisingly smooth, in spite of how chunky and full of big, fun stuff it is.

Rather than try to describe KB Shimmer Clown Puke to you in words, which would take a long time, considering how many colours and shapes of glitters is in the mix, I am going to hit you with a couple of macro shots and let the pictures speak a thousand words.




Anyone who knows me well knows that I am freaked out by clowns. But KB Shimmer Clown Puke doesn't freak me out, at all. It just makes me smile. It makes me happy. It sparkles and shines and stands out beautifully against any base colour.




So there you have it, a fun and festive way to celebrate fresh new nubbins. Do you own OPI Incognito in Sausalito or KB Shimmer Clown Puke? Have you tried wearing them layered together?

What do you like to wear on fresh, new nubbins? Do you go deep and dark or soft and pale? Please share your strategy for dealing.

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Thank you so much for coming by and reading, have a great day and may your polish never bubble.

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46 comments

  1. What a amazing fun glitter! I love rainbow ones like that one too and it pairs so well with that rich blue too :)

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  2. Another lovely mani from you! LOL on clowns, it reminds me of a scene in Zombieland. The main star Jessie Eisenberg was pissing when that freakin' clown scared him

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  3. I like Sausalito but the addition of Clown Puke just makes it pop! What a fun glitter it is!

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  4. Gorgeous combo!!! I love Incognito Sauslito . And couldn't help but laugh at the glitter shade. Clown Puke. Lol.. They look amazing together

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  5. Great combo! I have a thing against polishes with bodily functions in their name tho! lol

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  6. I love the shimmer party! WOOOOO!!!!! pretty <3

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  7. What a great name! I love the look!

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  8. These polishes look so great together!

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  9. I am loving the clown puke! sooo cute!

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  10. I am so serious... it looks like a kid's birthday party! So fun!

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  11. These look great together. I love vampy reds on nubbins

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  12. I'm usually not inclined to wear dark nail colors but with the glitter top coat this makes it a really fun and wearable look!

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  13. I normally have nubbins, but I recently broke a nail down past the quick (owie!) and have been unconsciously drawn to darker colors! I do love a vampy nub. I bought Clown Puke in a blog sale, and can't wait to get it. I love KBShimmer polishes. Very lovely combo!

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  14. I need to get some KB Shimmer polishes - I see them everywhere and they are gorgeous!

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  15. While it's very pretty, I would have hard time buying a nail polish (or any beauty item) with the word "puke" in the name. :)

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  16. Yeah... The name could be a bit off putting to some. LOL

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  17. This is the first KB Shimmer I have ever used and I love it. I plan to acquire more.

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  18. My pleasure. :D BTW, Can you REALLY have too many glitters of any kind? Really...

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  19. Ow! I hate breaking to the meat. It hurts like the dickens. I usually go really dark when I go super nubby. Maybe it is a form of mourning. LOL I am now in love with KB Shimmer. I need more! Thank you so much. :)

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  20. Yay! I'm so glad that you like it. :)

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  21. Oh, so do I. Or deep, purples. *shiver*

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  22. It is fun. It makes me smile to see the pics. :)

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  23. Thank you. The creator of the polish is a clever one, isn't she? :D

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  24. I do too. This one was a blast too wear. :D

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  25. Yeah, words like that aren't everyone's cup of tea. :)

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  26. Thank you. Incognito in Sausalito is a favorite navy blue creme and it just seemed a perfect pairing. :)

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  27. Thank you. I live it, too. It's a fave navy, I reach for it more often than I thought I would and Clown Puke over it really does work. :D

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  28. Aw, thank you. LOL! That sounds hilarious but I'll have to take your word for it. My clown fear will keep me from watching that movie. *is a big old, chicken*

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  29. This glitter is a bottle full of fun and smiles. I love it. I was really happy with how it worked over the blue. It popped so nicely. :D

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  30. Oh that glitter is spectacular. It's like a party!

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  31. Erika, these are beyond gorgeous! I love them!

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  32. Thank you. I do, also. They are great. :D

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  33. Dark and vampy, or sheer and bright. It's the only time you don't have to worry about VNL!

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