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Tuesday, July 7th, 2009

New Nail Polish Colors from Pure Ice

Pure Ice Kiss me here nail polish

Hope your having a grand ole Tuesday! Today I'm bringing you some new nail polish colors from Pure Ice that I've been promising. You can find this brand at most Walmart stores, which retails around $1.88/ea.

Kiss me Here (pic above), gorgeous mid tone gray creme.

Pure Ice Beware nail polish

Beware, silver glitter in a clear base. 

Pure Ice Beware and Kiss me here

Kiss me Here topped with Beware silver glitter. 

Pure Ice French Kiss nail polish

French Kiss, fabulous blue creme.

Pure Ice Strapless nail polish

Strapless, blue glitter in a clear base. 

Pure Ice French Kiss and Strapeless nail polish

 French Kiss topped with Strapless blue glitter.

Pure Ice Cheatin nail polish 

Cheatin, purple, pink, and blue glitter in a clear base.

Pure Ice No Means No nail polish

No means No, is beyond awesome. Packed with loads of color, opaqueness and a close dupe to MAC's Violet Fire. Check out a comparison below.

Pure Ice No Means No, MAC Violet Fire

No means No isn't quite an exact dupe, but for half the application - it's totally worth it!

I'll be adding two more colors tomorrow. Have a wonderful night!

Tags: pure ice, nails, nail polish, swatches, beauty, comparisons, layering

Posted by Steph at 09:17:am
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(5) Comments

Lindsey said on Jul 8th, 2009 12:37 pm
I was just at Walmart yesterday! lol I picked up New Lilac, havent tried it yet. But it looks gorgeous! Oh and I have Mint Dream, looks amazing over For Audrey by China Glaze.

leona said on Jul 8th, 2009 3:35 am
wow that blue is awesome! I'm LOVING no means no. I don't know if you have nubar's pasadena purple but if you do could you compare it to this one? it looks similar to me. I've been dying for that color but haven't had the heart to spend that much on a bottle of polish.

Lucy said on Jul 8th, 2009 5:16 am
I could have saved money with No Means No. It really is almost a dupe. But!, there's always the limited sell-out to contend with.

Vintageortacky said on Jul 16th, 2009 12:46 pm
Thank you SO much for showing how No means no is a close dupe for Violet Fire. I just got violet fire, and I was thinking I should get a back-up bottle because it's so pretty. I'm going to go pick up no means no instead!

Kelly said on May 24th, 2013 12:16 pm
Just started collecting the Pure Ice colors. My collection is now up to 18 bottle. A little bit of everything but glitters. And it runs $1.98 here in Illinois at Wal-Mart

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