Twinsie Tuesday - Polish From My First Swap

Hi everyone!!

For this Twinsie Tuesday, we are to share a polish from our first swap.  The first swap I participated in was almost a year ago and it was hosted to by two beauty bloggers.  There were several people participating and the hosts paired eveyone up.  It was pretty cool for my first time.  One of the polishes I received was Sally Hansen's Tyin' The Knot from their Diamond Strength line.  Since I already posted it on this blog (you can see the original post here), I decided to mix it up a bit by adding an accent nail.  For the accent nail, I used Icing Pop A Bottle, a fun multicolored glitter.


Sunlight
Artificial Light
Artificial Light
Artificial Light
Artificial Light
Artificial Light
Sunlight
Sunlight

I forgot how much I liked this polish!  Most times when I look at it in the bottle, I think meh, but it really is pretty on.  I thought it made a really great combo with Pop A Bottle as well.

What do you guys think of Tyin' the Knot?  What's the first polish you ever received in a swap?

I'm looking forward to seeing the polishes my twinsies share today.  Make sure you stop by their pages to check out their posts!

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22 comments:

  1. So gorgeous! Love metallic nails!

    Sarah
    http://fashionismyh2o.blogspot.com/
    xx

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  2. Awesome color! It looks lovely on you

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  3. It's gorgeous! I love the way the accent nail blends in perfectly!

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  4. This is such a pretty metallic--not too brushstrokey or frosty--and it looks awesome with the accent nail. Really well matched! :D

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  5. Pretty! I love the accent nail! Goes perfectly!

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  6. I love how the color changes from taupe to lilac to silver. Just stunning.

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  7. Beautiful combo! I'm loving the accent nail!

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  8. Very nice! I love the glitter accent!

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