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Picked this up the other day with a very dear friend. The sweet sales associate even gave us the 2 for $8 price :)
This is sooo freaking holo it just makes me want to squeal! :heartbeat:
The pictures are of two coats, no undies topped with SV. Enjoy ;)
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Friday, November 23, 2012
Did you say it without doing the Molly Shanon voice? Lol, I can't.
Any who- this is 2 coats of this pretty glitter bomb over a dark blue base. It was hard to capture in pics, but this is loaded with blue, purple and teal glitter. Love it! And for only $1.99, I love it even more :)
Monday, September 17, 2012
Vampire at Heart is an ode to the Count on Sesame Street. The classic black and purple colors are captured in a clear back. There is a great variety of glitter shapes including some irresistible black hearts. When I asked Jessica what color she would like to see this polish featured over, I was surprised to hear her request for green. Despite my initial doubts, when I paired Vampire at Heart with Four Leaf Clover, the Count came to life before my eyes!
Enjoy this one, and visit her shop on Etsy.
Saturday, September 15, 2012
Thursday, September 13, 2012
We know that there is a sea of rainbow glitter out there- OPI Rainbow Connection, Debra Lippmann Happy Birthday, Milani Gem, etc., etc. With some many of these rainbow glitters already out there, you really need something special to make them stand out. I really think Mosaic Lacquer really was able to accomplish this! Between the bright happy primary colors, adorable hearts, and thoughtfulness that went into deciding the ratios of each glitter, she really hit it out of the park.
This assortment of glitter comes in a clear base so you can layer it over anything. Today I am featuring it over China Glaze China Rouge. This is two coats, though I did fish out a few hearts to make sure I had at least one on each nail.
Enjoy and check out her shop!
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
China Glaze China Rouge totally fit that bill. This beautiful, super glossy polish is your classic bold red, a must have staple in any woman's collection.
In just two coats it was completely opaque. I do warn you to be careful when polishing because it will stain your cuticles, and it is not an easy polish to remove from skin.
I still really like this polish and I hope you do too.
Friday, September 7, 2012
Idyllic is a beautiful rich duochrome that shifts from a deep burgundy to a gold, with what seems to be the occasional green flash. I was very happy with the coverage- two coats did the trick just fine. The polish was also very easy to paint with thrilling me with no clean up. My only compliant is that by day three I had some pretty rough tip wear.
All things considered, I'd still recommend this brand for the unique colors like Idyllic
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
The simply stunning foil packs a soft blue, gold, and in some lights, even purple. It was completely opaque in two very easy coats, and required ZERO clean up. So very easy to work with- love it!
Now, to put the cherry on top, this polish wore for a solid week with no chipping at all- I only changed it because of minor tip wear and growth by the cuticle.
I beg you, if you have not picked this up yet, please do- you will certainly not regret it. :)
Monday, September 3, 2012
Friday, August 31, 2012
This polish hasn't got much love in the reviews I have read, but when I saw it in the store, I thought it was interesting, so it came home with me. This polish appears to shift between pink, golden and soft jade in the bottle.
The formula was very easy to work with and it only took two coats to be opaque. However, my biggest complaint about this polish was the very visible brush strokes- I had to do a third very careful coat with the least number of strokes possible because they bothered me so much. With the third coat, they were minimized enough where no one else seemed to notice them.
It was a very pretty not quite nude and I enjoyed it quite a bit!