Deco Miami Swatch & Review : Don't Call Me Baby Girl

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Hello there everyone! Hope you are having a nice weekend so far. Seems like a lot of places are getting rain, or snow so hope you are all staying warm and dry! So today for you I will be starting to share these new to me polishes from Deco Miami. So for those of you who aren't familiar with Deco Miami they are 5 Free, Cruelty Free, and are based out of Miami Beach, Florida! You can read about the full start up of Deco Miami here. I am super excited to be sharing these with you guys because I think you all know by now that I love Florida things being in Florida and all its just great to support local brands in your state! 

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This is 2 coats of Don't Call Me Baby Girl. I am loving this color! First of all the formula was nice! It was a bit streaky on the first coat but it self leveled out and on the 2nd coat it was ready for top coat! Although it did dry shiny on its own. 

For this I did use there Base/Top as well. It's a 2 in one and since it's clear I don't have a solo picture but I will tell ya all about it right here. First off while wearing it as a base coat it is considered a Smooth Base Coat. Now if you a bit lost.... With base coats there are generally 2 types, Smooth and Tacky ( which means texture in this case!). If you are using a smooth base when putting on your color the polish is going to just go on top of the base. When using a tacky one the polish is going to latch to the base, and most often that helps to make it last longer. This still can be a good base it may just not last as long as a tacky one would, so depending on how long you keep a polish on this may or may not work for you. Now as a top coat this one is great! Super glossy on top of a color alone. On top of art it does not smear either but it doesn't dry as glossy, with topping art you may want 2 coats, or just use this topper when you are just wearing a color! :)

This pink really is lovely! I feel like it would be perfect with a tan and just make you look tanner! These polishes come in very cute boxes too. They are triangular and have such fun building art on them! I will share pictures of them over the next few posts, because there are 3 different ones out that polishes I received. :)

Here is one of the boxes, which brings me to my nail art I did inspired by the boxes! Which I am super excited about! I had SOO much fun doing the art for this! Little details are so scary and daunting but oh so fun!

I tried to create some buildings inspired the boxes, along with an added water fountain, and my personal favorite thing pretty much ever, Palm Trees!!! I used all acrylic paint for the details, and my Berry Wine brushes. Oh and can you find the logo for Deco Miami that I hid in the design? You should be able to find it 2 times!

Ah, literally these were so so fun to do! I don't know why I love doing such detailed art when it can be nerve wrecking, but I guess because if it turns out you are just really happy about it!  These didn't turn out exactly like I had pictured but I am still really happy with them! Now what do you all think? 

Now if you are interested in Check in out Deco Miami yourself you can here...


Hope you all enjoyed this post as much as I enjoyed doing this art! I can't wait to hear what you all think of these!!

Happy Painting!

~25 Sweetpeas 


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