Darling Diva - Unicorn Bath

Hi everyone!!

Today, we are supposed be sharing a mani to bring awareness for Cervical Awareness Month. Did you know that cervical cancer affects approximately 13,000 women in the United States each year?  More than 4,000 of women will die from it.  Cervical Cancer is the second most common types of cancer for women worldwide, but because it develops over time, it is also one of the most preventable types of cancer (http://www.nccc-online.org/index.php/cervicalcancer).

The colors for Cervical Awareness month are teal and white and I decided to use a polish instead of doing nail art. Unicorn Bath is a very sheer baby blue shimmer with blue and white hex glitter. It has a good formula, but is so sheer. The base doesn't look as blue as in the bottle, even after three coats. It still ended up looking really pretty.

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I'll have to try this one over a similar blue to see how that looks.  What do you guys think of Unicorn Bath?

For more info regarding Cervical Awareness, visit http://www.nccc-online.org/index.php/january.

I can't wait to see what manis my twinsies did for Cervical Awareness! Go check them out!

Amanda: http://amandalandish.com
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    1. Me too!! I love unique polishes ;0)

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  2. Such a pretty polish, Marisa! That shimmer is just awesome. ^_^

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  3. Awesome polish! Darling Diva is one of my favorites!

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  4. So pretty! I really like this glitter polish!

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  5. Unicorn Bath looks great! Such a great polish for this awareness mani :D

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  6. wow this is a perfect glitter for this theme!

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  7. Beautiful. Just light and perfect.

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  8. Great color, I love it!

    Thanks for sharing :-)

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  9. This is such a unique and fun polish. Love it! Sadly, cervical cancer is even more frequent over here. It's really sad cause it's so easy to prevent. This is a great cause to bring awareness to.

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