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The other day i was in the salon. I had only planned on getting a new gel coat on my fingers but it was raining and i decided to get my toes done as well. As i settled back in my chair and turned on the message i noticed the young woman next to me had a lovely robin's egg blue color on her toes. Mmmm, i had picked my usual red but maybe i could handle a change? "Might i please have blue". I spent some time wondering if i did the right thing. To me my toes stood out more than ever and maybe in not the right way.

Last night i wore sandals to a meeting and got compliments from one of the women there as well as a gay hairdresser who i just love. What fun.

If the chance comes to play with toe color give it a try! Maybe next time i'll do green and disappear into the grass.



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Now the summer is well on its way the time is here :) . Last year I just had pink which was good because it wasn't too obvious and minor chips were not readily visible so Ok for days. It is time to be more bold :blush:

It's good to hear things went well Charlize :) x


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Guest Alicia Rose

I've never put much thought in the colors I use, and never considered if I would. Right now they are maroon, but I love the brighter colors like pink and red. I'll have to find a bright blue. Sounds nice!

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I just got back from the bank and the wonderful teller there mentioned that she loved the color. I'm a bit old to manage it or she would have had my foot appear in her window.

I'm growing to really like this color!



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I just got a pedi with the works last weekend and went with a metallic eggplant purple. Before that it was a lilac purple and before that it was a metallic green. I love switching the colors up!

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Guest Caren_J

For the last year my toes have had a wide variety of colors. As I'm not out at work I wear sneakers most of the time but it still feels great to see them painted everyday.

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Still in man-mode most of the time, but I can do my toenails! Currently metallic cherry red, but I like blue, orange and green too! Darker colors with maybe a sprinkle of gold and silver.

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I just recently painted my toes. I could not decide on the color so I went with red (big toe) then yellow, then blue, red, then yellow/blue on small toe. I am only in girlie mode at home. But I do like having them painted.

Does anyone wear toe rings? I have three on each foot. Would have more but I am out of room.

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Guest JaneShannon

Mine are a very cool blue color called Typhoon.

How can you go wrong with a color called Typhoon.

I was at Sephora the other day, and I got tons of complements on the color.

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I've been painting mine a metallic, sky blue-like color for a while now. It's fun being able to accessorize with a bit of color!

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Guest Lizzie McTrucker

A while back, I was getting a pedicure and decided on a blue-ish color for my toes. As they were drying an older lady asked if I was going to be wearing a dress soon of that same color. I looked down and paused for a second (I was actually thinking if I ever own a dress in that color). Then I looked up and said "No, no, I just thought it would be a fun color to wear for summer."

She agreed "Well it is a fun color."

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