Bee’s Knees Lacquer Valak [September 2018 Polish Pickup Pack]
P.O.P Polish Wolfsbane [previously swatched]
P.O.P Polish Radioactive Glass
L.A. Colors Glows Luminous [bottle shot post]
Oh my gosh you all, it’s Doctor Who Day! The new Doctor premieres today and I’m so excited and jumping up and down. I’m unsure about a female Doctor but I’m more than willing to see where this newest season takes us.
Anyway…I’ve shown you swatches of the newest P.O.P Polishes and yesterday you saw two nail art manicures with a few of those new polishes. I really wanted to do something interesting with the blacklight reactive top coat from P.O.P Polish besides using it for its intended purpose. I decided to created swirled decals. I looked around and found some polishes that looked nice together, which included a magnetic and a mainstream blacklight reactive polish.
Yesterday I shared with you swatches of the Halloween polishes from P.O.P Polish (launching today!) and right now I’m back with two manicures I created with those polishes.
First up is this dry brush/gradient with FrankenSlick and Jack O Lantern. Doesn’t this look like copper that has a patina?
For this mani, I started with a base of Scared Slick and created a sponged gradient with it and Eye of Newt. It turned out incredible!
I have one more mani to show you but you will have to wait until tomorrow! 😀 It will be worth it, I promise. 😛 Hint: it has to do with the Radioactive Glass that is blacklight reactive.
Jack O Lantern
Eye of Newt
Hey everyone! I hope you know at this point how much I love the Pastel Oil Slicks from P.O.P Polish. Well, the maker was looking for swatchers for upcoming Halloween nail polishes and I jumped at the chance. I was sent 5 nail polishes and 3 top coats (a glossy, a matte, and blacklight reactive). These are launching tomorrow at the P.O.P Polish shop, so let’s get to it! 😀 Continue reading
CrowsToes Nail Color Between Rage and Serenity for October Polish Pickup Pack
Happy Thursday everyone! What’s so funny is that yesterday I thought it was Thursday all day long and now that it’s Thursday, it feels a bit repetitive. Like…I’ve already done this once this week, and now I gotta do it again? 😛 But it is one day closer to the opening of the October Polish Pickup Pack, and the theme for this month is Villians! Madame Crow at CrowsToes Nail Color picked Magneto for her inspiration and with a name like that, you’ve got to have a magnetic polish of course!
Between Rage and Serenity is described as a “burgundy gunmetal base with purple and red magnetic pigments.” There will be a cap of 75 polishes available this time around. It will be $12 and is available from October 5 through October 8 at Polish Pickup Pack.
Hey everyone! I have several makeup/swatch posts that I’ll be sharing with you over the next week (two weeks?), starting with an eyeshadow palette from Hot Topic I picked up about a month ago, the Handbook for the Recently Deceased, which is a reference from the movie Beetlejuice. If you’ve never watched Beetlejuice, you should do yourself a favor and watch it before Halloween (or really, anytime of the year!). I need to rewatch it soon, I haven’t seen it in much too long.
First I’ll show you a look at the packaging, then the shadows and swatches, and finally the three different eye looks I created with this palette. Let’s get started!
Front and back
Inside left and inside right
The packaging seems sturdy and well-made. Some of the palettes at Hot Topic have very narrow openings and it’s hard to get product out, but this one bucks that trend.
I must admit that I went a little crazy at Walmart the other day, because I found basically untouched displays of these L.A. Colors Glows Color Craze polishes, the Pure Ice Limited Edition Halloween polishes, and of Wet N Wild Limited Edition Halloween products. More on the Wet N Wild & Pure Ice in a few days but how about some bottle photos of the Glows polishes?
I purchased these at Walmart for 98 cents each last week. Continue reading
1 coat of base coat
L.A. Colors Blankie, 2 coats
Delush Polish Divas of Soul (August 2018 Polish Pickup Pack), 2 coats, a multichrome magnetic polish which shifts from deep red to orange with scattered holographic effect and aurora pigment. This applied really nicely, no complaints about formula!
L.A. Colors Energy Source (white), Hot Blooded (red), Circuits (black)
1 coat of quick-dry top coat
Anyone else stand in the bathroom looking at yourself in the mirror and have imaginary conversations? Either replaying a conversation you’ve had and making it different or just totally making up a scenario and playing it out? Or am I the only one? 😀 For whatever reason (maybe it’s because I hate conflict), I’ll play out made-up scenarios where I actually tell people what I think of them instead of being polite and swallowing my feelings.