Wednesday, 4 April 2012

Nailed: Accessorize Molten Copper

I bought this Accessorize Molten Copper nail polish months ago haven’t worn it much as it looks a little too orange when layered on the nails. 
I was digging through my collection last week when I came across it and decided to try it over my favourite nude (Ciate’s ‘Sugared Almonds’) and this was the result…
I love it! The result is almost rose gold (and by now I’m sure you all know how obsessed I am by rose gold!) It’s the perfect way to wear sophisticated glitter, and is great for spring.
This is definitely going to be one of my staple nail combos over the coming months.

What do you think?
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49 comments

  1. this combination is so feminine and lovely xx

    http://www.summerlightrunway.blogspot.com

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  2. So pretty! I found my spring nale staple yesterday as well, and I also made a blog post about it! Btw love that you are vlogging again!
    you can see my nailpolish here: http://minboudoir.blogspot.com/2012/04/spring-nail-polish.html
    it's from h&m and it's called urban spirit!
    xx

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  3. This nail combo is amazing! I have to try it!!

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  4. perfect shades for summer time, I think :)

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  5. Beautiful! I have this polish also. You've inspired me to try using it in different ways x

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  6. I love that colour when layered with the ciate's sugared almonds. Very pretty.

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  7. I love your nails!! So clean & pretty haha!

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  8. Works very well together, thanks for sharing :)

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  9. their are gorgeous

    http://shayleens-fashion.blogspot.co.uk/

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  10. Lovely combination! It's so pretty!
    :-)

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  11. I love the pink, looks a great combination


    http://thefashiondistrictnlc.blogspot.co.uk/

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  12. i'm really curious on what's on your nails in your videos. thanks for sharing this Fleur!

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  13. I love it so so pretty!!
    And by the way, your nails look very nice and pretty <3

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  14. Beautiful!!

    gigglesandmakeup.blogspot.com

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  15. Love this, it looks so pretty! Definitely an expensive feel about it xo

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  16. I really like this combination! xx

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  17. love the combination, i love accessorize nail polishes! xx

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  18. what a lovely spring/summery combination, how much was the sparkly varnish?

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  19. I love how glitter polishes can look completely different depending on what you put under them. This is such a lovely, wearable look.

    Courtney,
    Such A Beautiful Sight

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  20. I actually own the accessorize nail varnish and I found it too harsh and orange too so I'm so thrilled you've created a cute look for it, I'll definitely be stealing this idea! :)

    www.bellebeaut.blogspot.com

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  21. Lovely combination! Very girly and perfect for summer!x


    styleandstarbucks.blogspot.com

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  22. I love this! Like you say, it looks a lot more rose gold than orange toned x

    http://themusingsofflorence.blogspot.co.uk/

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  23. Oooh love this can you get these nail polishes in the states?

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  24. I've had this one for a while, its amazing layered over just itself, it becomes completely opaque and the best thing is that (for me anyway) after a week or so because it's on quite thick, it just sort of peels off. So no scrubbing for hours to get glitter off your nails :)

    Lea x

    http://shebeginstosee.blogspot.com

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  25. wow I love this I am defiantly going to have to pick this up :)

    http://phatfashionandbeauty.blogspot.co.uk/
    xx

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  26. This is a lovely combo, it looks really subtle and sophisticated :)

    Frances x
    http://francescassandra.blogspot.com

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  27. I've had this Molten Copper polish for ages and not used it as, like you say, it looks so orange. I adore this manicure you've done, I will definitely be trying this. So glad I found a use for my polish too, i was about to give it away!

    http://athingforbeauty.blogspot.com

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  28. I love this combination! That was lucky how well it turned it out!! Looks really great on your nails xx

    hollylikestoblog.blogspot.com

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  29. Great combo. If only we had these polishes in my country :(...
    nena.

    www.alice-in-wonderland22.blogspot.com

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  30. this is so gorgeous!

    Please feel free to check out my blog, if you have the time :)
    http://georgialouisa.blogspot.com

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  31. i love it! so pretty - i think that it would also look nice if the glitter polish was just on the tips of the nails <3 http://cloudsandcuticleoil.blogspot.co.uk/ xx

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  32. This looks beautiful!Very sophisticated but cute too x

    harrihairandbeauty.blogspot.com

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  33. This combination looks amazing! x

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  34. Love that combination. I have been wanting the Sugared Almonds polish since I saw you blog about it months ago. Too bad they dont sell that brand in Canada. Might just have to order it online.

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  35. Love the rose gold look,its great cming up with your own mixes at times, means no one has anything similar!

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  36. wow, this looks amazing! I'm always hesitating with glitter on my nails because I tend to think it looks a bit too "girlie" but this rosé gold version is quite sophisticated!

    xxx Anita

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  37. These are a lovely combination <3 I like that the glitter is not too "in your face"
    Carissa xx

    Vanilla Crush Blog

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  38. I have that same ciate nail polish! The final look is stunning!
    I love your blog
    Laura
    xxxx
    http://beyouxoxo.blogspot.it/

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  39. Really nice. I love your blog :)

    http://jeminixlife.blogspot.com

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  40. This is gorgeous! I love the two together!! I feel an urge to splurge coming along!!

    Kay x

    http://mummyburgess.blogspot.co.uk/

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