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Saturday, November 20, 2010

OPI Ali's Big Break w/ Nicole by OPI Spark My Mistletoe

Yesterday, my sister Blackberry-messaged me from the nail salon where she was waffling about her color selection.  She was trying to decide between OPI Don't Toy With Me and OPI Ali's Big Break.  As much as I like Don't Toy With Me, from the 2008 Holiday collection... Ali's Big Break = LOVE.  So, I told her to go with that, but she was still undecided, and she'd added Let Me Entertain you to the mix.  A couple hours later, I messaged her back asking what she chose.  She, of course, said Ali's Big Break and added how much it rocked.    Yes, sister dear, yes it does.  :)

Once we got finished chatting, all that talk of Ali and her break made me want to put it on myself.  So I did.  And yes, it does rock.  It's probably the only polish in a year that I've worn for more than one mani.  But this morning, I was checking out all the polishes "in queue" on my desk and realized that Nicole by OPI Spark My Mistletoe would look fan-freaking-tastic over Ali's Big Break.

















Spark My Mistletoe is a clear base with small red glitter and large hexagonal holo glitter.  The hex glitter looks like mirrors.  I love this.  I can't stop staring at my nails.

Spark My Mistletoe is part of Nicole by OPI's Holiday 2010 collection.  I should have a full review within the next few days.

Both polishes used in this post were sent to me for review

4 comments:

nail crazy said...

Looks great,I love it :-)

Freshie said...

Love when layering glitters and sparkles get put in the mix!

Aurora's Nails said...

That's perfect! It looks so nice! PS: Once again, I LOVE your background!

Megan (A Polish Problem) said...

Thanks girls!

Aurora, thank you. It was actually so easy to do. I just poured out a little of each of the OPI Burlesque glitters onto an envelope and let them create a pattern. Then I took a picture and cropped it, then I posted it as by blog background, indicating that it be tiled horizontally. I love it so much, I'm thinking about doing themes, like red and green for Christmas, and pastels for spring.

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