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Dashing Divas Nail Products Review

Are you addicted to nail polish, nail decals, acrylic nails and all things that glitter? Then maybe it's time for you to check out the trendy, fun products made by Dashing Diva. Back to Article

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imfunsize
imfunsize wrote:
2013-06-13 20:14:10 -0700

i get my nails done at the salon every 2 weeks!!!

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Lottie is Here xx
Lottie is Here xx wrote:
2012-09-19 10:15:48 -0700

I go salon every week for my nails!!

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quandra*bhadd_2021551
quandra*bhadd_2021551 wrote:
2012-03-07 21:29:08 -0800

I qeet my acrylics donee every 3 weeks lol imma 5 star chick

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Crazy4Selly
Crazy4Selly wrote:
2011-07-24 12:47:34 -0700

I Love Doing My Nails!!! smile

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emmalove1236
emmalove1236 wrote:
2011-07-24 06:41:43 -0700

lol i just got my nails done and i got purple it looks goodddd smile smile

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Crazy4Bieber
Crazy4Bieber wrote:
2011-07-23 23:14:06 -0700

I Have My Nails Done!!! smile My Mom Works At A Nail/Message Store So Yeah She Gives Good Messages....AHHHH...And Paints Better Nails She Is Good At It!!! smile

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