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Pretty Woman I Can't Deal

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I get pretty excited when I get nail polish in my Ipsy bag and that is exactly where Pretty Woman I Can't Deal came from, my January Ipsy bag. I planned on wearing it a bit sooner but I found myself craving the brighter colors lately. A green leaning grey/beige creme polish with a brush that is not skinny but not the really wide ones either, It's somewhere in the middle, and I found it to be very user friendly with soft and flexible bristles. I was happy to find that one coat is all I needed because the formula is a little thick almost like a gel but with a great consistency. I had no issues at all with application. It dried shiny on it's own but top coat gave it added gloss and protection. It's one of those colors that just was not doing much for my skin tone but I was not done yet. Shown here is one coat with top coat.

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I Can't Deal has one of those formulas that nail art enthusiasts dream of. Smooth application, dries fast, and it's a one coater! Since this is my first experience with Pretty Woman nail polish I can't speak on how the formulas behave for their other polishes but I did take a quick peek at their website and they have a huge selection with very reasonable prices. My first impression has been a good one and so as a result of course, my polish wish list just grew a mile... I stamped a gold floral pattern over I Can't Deal and it changed how I felt about the color quite a bit. My manicure reminded me of goldwork embroidery from the middle ages and I was very pleased with it. I know I am going to get a lot of wear out of this polish. Have you tried Pretty Woman before? How did you like it? I Would love to hear about your experiences. Message me here or come follow me on Instragram @Nailvanna.

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