Girly Bits Bachelor's Button

Good afternoon all!

Today I have swatches of the gorgeous Girly Bits Bachelor's Button. Bachelor's Button is a periwinkle blue linear holographic nail polish. I absolutely love the holographic polishes by Girly Bits because they are subtle, gorgeous, and very wearable.

My favorite part about this polish isn't the holo, but the stunning color, unique in my massive collection. The light blue color of this polish just says spring to me, and I fell in love with it immediately. The formula was very easy to use, and I used three thin coats (two would be sufficient if you use thicker coats than I do) and Seche Vite top coat.

You also get to see a bit of my elusive right hand! I have a cut on my swatching (left) hand that hasn't completely healed so I thought I'd give my right hand a try, it was more difficult than I ever imagined! I'm naturally right handed, but somehow my right hand can't manage to be graceful. :) In the end I photographed my mani on both hands because my right hand just felt wrong! A couple of the photos looked acceptable though:




Now back to my less-awkward left hand. These swatches make me realize that I shape my nails a little bit differently on each hand!




Just look at that stunning holo! If you love holos or blue polish I highly recommend Bachelor's Button!

-- Rebecca

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  1. This color is gorgeous! By the way, I don't think your right hand pictures look awkward at all. I think the hardest part about right hand pictures is holding the camera. I had such a hard time when I did it once.

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    1. Thank you! My right hand certainly felt weird trying to take the photos. It's so much harder than it looks. :)

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  2. This is one of my favorite Girly Bits colors, so pretty.

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    1. Isn't it stunning? One of my favorites!

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  4. Gorgeous on you!! Great application too!
    You do far better taking pics of you right hand than I ever would!!! When I attempt it it looks like I took the picture behind my back, holding the camera with my chin, while wrestling with a greased up octopus. :P

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    1. Thank you so much Pam! It's a stunning creation! I love your comparison of photographing your right hand, that's exactly what it feels like trying to get just one photo to turn out!

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