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On sale at GMA Deals for $5. I've never tried this brand And just ordered two nude shades to give it a try. Free Shipping! 

 

I got Quick & Flirty

 

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I also got Bare Minimum

 

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@SnowOwl79 those are pretty shades!  I've never heard of the brand either.

I'm doing my nails today in Olive & June's "Besties",  a nice medium green for tomorrow.  

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@Knit-Chickthat is a gorgeous green and perfect for tomorrow! 

 

I cannot wait until I can start wearing color on my tips again. I just got a six bottle set of color for my pedicures since I don't have to change color very often, but I'm really wanting a few neons. They're my favorite for Summer.

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The Mineral Fusion polish remover is great.  I use Color Street nails, and it works really well on removing that polish.

 

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I've been using Mineral Fusion polish remover for a while now and it's great.  Very effective in removing polish and does not dry out your nails.  I've now been using Lily & Fox wraps on my nails for the past 9 months and it does an amazing job removing them.  I stocked up from this sale, better price than Amazon.  I also ordered a nail polish to try - it's called Flirtini, a very pretty mauve color.  Those GMA prices are great.

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@Sister Barbara wrote:

The Mineral Fusion polish remover is great.  I use Color Street nails, and it works really well on removing that polish.

 


 

These past two days I've been picking out some Color Street polish. So many beautiful ones but I've narrowed it down somewhat. I just want all of them, haha.

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@AnnieBelle wrote:

I've been using Mineral Fusion polish remover for a while now and it's great.  Very effective in removing polish and does not dry out your nails.  I've now been using Lily & Fox wraps on my nails for the past 9 months and it does an amazing job removing them.  I stocked up from this sale, better price than Amazon.  I also ordered a nail polish to try - it's called Flirtini, a very pretty mauve color.  Those GMA prices are great.


 

Looks like I need to place another order for remover. I use Beauty Secrets because it works better than dollar store brands but it is drying. 

 

I use Seche Vite top coat and that stuff wears like iron. It's also a tad bit more difficult to remove. I  use three coats of polish and a top coat, sometimes base coat. I have to rip apart cotton balls, soak pieces in remover, apply to nails and let sit for a minute. It's rough on the cuticles and skin, too.

 

Okay, y'all talked me into it, I'm getting it and maybe one more polish. I wanted Flirtini but have a set by Deborah Lippmann in Make Me Blush on the way. It's all pinks.

 

 

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Ooooo.  I checked out the colors online and they look awesome.

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I love Mineral Fusion polish remover.  Does not dry out your nails.  Never tried the polishes.  Might have to give it a go! Thanks for posting about it.