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Swatch your old nail polishes - Episode #01 : Miss Europe (no name)

Hi guys! Old polish but new pictures today =) I recently reorganized my stash list by date of purchase, and First In First Swatched is my new policy :P

The nail polish of today's post is a veeeery old polish. The shop where I bought this Miss Europe is closed for like 10 years... yep! And this polish is so old that it has no name :(


This Miss Europe is a clear polish with glitter shifting from turquoise to violet. I applied 2 coats over Kleancolor Luscious Lilac (#124).







For one of the rare "survivors" of my old stash, I really like it, simple but pretty =)

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  1. Woooow that is really a vintage one ;) But it looks quite in, so I guess it was the right time for it to come to light! :D Looks lovely!

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