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Multichrome & Holographic Magic Guest Post from Pandora's Nails

Written by Katie Schmidt

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Posted on October 12 2012

We're wrapping up our guest posts for this week and I've got a real beauty for you today from an amazing blogger from across the pond in the UK - Becca from Pandora's Nails. Becca does some gorgeous swatches and layerings on her blog, I am especially in love with her Enchanted Polish posts, not to mention she is such a sweet lady!!! Onto the post!!!

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Wow, me guesting on the Harlow & Co. Blog, amazing, I am so happy that Katie let me guest here.

I knew I would have to feature polishes that were available on Harlow & Co. but I didn't want to use any discontinued or hard to find ones, these may be out of stock at the moment, but they will be back.

I of course wanted to do a layering as when do I not, and couldn't decide between holo, glitter and multichrome so went with them all.

First I started with 1 coat of the Knight (a-england base coat) and then one coat of Glitter Gal Lizard Belly, a deep green linear holographic polish.

Then I topped this with 1 coat of Ciao Milano which is a multichrome glitter and is from the Enchanted Polish Big Lights Collection which shifts from purple, to blue and green.

I then painted the tips with 1 coat of Enchanted Polish Hey Jude, a multichrome holographic polish that shifts between teal, green and purple.

And topped it all off with one coat of the Shield (a-england top coat)

And here is the result;





Thanks for looking and thanks again to Katie for having me <3

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A huge thank you to Becca, this is just multichrome/holographic magic-ness - I love all of these shades!! 

What do you guys think of Becca's layerings and swatches?!!?

Are you following Becca at Pandora's Nails!? (go do it now!!)

If you want to get in on guest posting for Harlow & Co., please feel free to email me at info@harlowandco.org

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