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Caribbean Colors: Nail Polish Color for a Caribbean Vacation

I have returned from another fabulous trip to my favorite vacation spot....Jamaica! It's a beautiful island full of warm wonderful people and lovable characters you meet on the beach like Fireman and his lobsters....
Fireman Negril, Jamaica
and Rasta Ralphie on the Catamaran singing a tune and sailing the sea. 
rasta ralphie negril jamaica
The weather is warm, sometimes a little rainy. Liquid Sunshine.
tropical rain in Jamaica
There are the lovely tropical flowers, the sounds of the tree frogs and that magnificent clear Caribbean water in shades of aqua, cerulean and turquoise that I have been obsessed with forever! Look at it. It's just fabulous!
blue green nail polish
Here is my attempt to capture the Caribbean sea on my toes!
  It's OPI My Dogsled is a Hybrid with Zoya Rayne on top. 
The combination creates a beautiful iridescent light blue green.

pink tropical flowers
Maybe you would like a bright pink like these cute tropical flowers! 
zoya bright pink nail polish
This is Zoya Lola with Zoya Sparkle Gloss on top.

sunset negril jamaica
How about a red orange to match a fiery Jamaican sunset?
Spa Ritual red orange nail polish
Spa Ritual Blend is a beautiful orange red.

The colors in nature are truly amazing. Everywhere you look there is color. I want to look at it. A beautiful color makes me happy.
blue tang jamaica
I guess that's one of the reasons why I love nail colors. It's so easy to create a beautiful look and it's so easy to change it to express your mood and style.

Click here to see more underwater pics and our underwater video!

Sometimes you see a polish color you love but you can't find it. Try Amazon. There is a super selection of nail polish color. I can always find great hard to find colors easily there. 









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See you next year my Jamaican friends! Bless!

        Have a Beautiful Day!
xo
Licensed Cosmetologist, Esthetician, Makeup Artist
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