Hey everyone – super quick post since it’s the first day of school! 🙂 Today I’m showing you Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer Untrodden Snow and Monster’s Tea at Tiffany’s – both received in a swap with a fellow blogger.
Untrodden Snow is a delicate white (with a hint of pink) polish with white micro flakes. This had a good consistency but applied a bit unevenly. This is 2 coats plus top coat.
Monster’s Tea at Tiffany’s is a Tiffany blue polish with green shimmer. This also had a good consistency but also applied a bit unevenly. It does dry dull. This is 2 coats plus top coat.
Let me know which is your favorite!
Hey everyone! Are you excited??? I am because school starts in 2 days! Yikes! Am I ready? NOPE! haha! 😀 So let’s procrastinate further by showing you this manicure with Octopus Party Nail Lacquer Prime, Painted Polish Stamped in Greenery, Contrary Polish Feel the Spark, and Polished Vino silhouettes nail vinyls.
Octopus Party Nail Lacquer Prime is a green leaning blue holographic polish with iridescent glitters and flakes. This applies sheer but has a good consistency. It’s so shiny even without top coat. This is 2 coats plus top coat. Continue reading
Happy Friday all! I’m pinching myself because in just a few short days, school will be back in session! :O Don’t get me wrong, I love my kids but lately they’ve been fighting so bad and I’m just ready for school to start. Which reminds me of this polish….they’re cute but creepy! 😛 Let’s get on to showing you Don Deeva Varnish Cute & Creepy!
Cute & Creepy is a thermal nail polish that shifts from a neutral beige to a navy blue. It has scattered holographic effect and flakes that shift from pink to orange and from blue to green. Continue reading
Hey everyone! My apologies for my late review of the 6 JulieG nail polishes from the Bohemian Dreams collection. Like I explained earlier this week, I’ve got a very mobile 7 month old, a terrorizing two-year old, and 2 older kids headed back to school next week. Oh, and our family is moving to another part of town. Yikes. Anyway, my time has been limited, not enough time to sit and do swatching. So….I’ve been wearing a lot of my manis for a few days lately, including all the manis I created with this collection. Long story short, I don’t have swatches of all the polishes BUT I do have manicures with all of them. Let’s get on with it, already. LOL!
A quick application note: all these cream polishes applied like buttah. Seriously. I mean, the colors aren’t revolutionary but I am a sucker for a great cream polish and all of these fit the bill. Continue reading
Morning all! A few months ago, I showed you a comparison of Great Lakes Lacquer The Centre Cannot Hold versus Vapid Lacquer Cyber Punk. And I’ve shown you individual photos of Cyber Punk so I guess it’s high time I show you individual photos of The Centre Cannot Hold!
The Centre Cannot Hold is a holographic multichrome polish that shifts from pink to beige to green to orange to deeper pink to olive green to bronze to red. The main shift seems to be from pink to beige, though. Continue reading
Happy Monday to you all! Tomorrow I will have a 7 month old in the house! He is such a cute lil stinker who gets into everything and has 6 teeth. Lately I’ve had zero time to swatch polishes so I’ve been relying on manicures and swatches I’ve done months ago – like today’s manicure comes to you from June! Let’s check out this mani with KBShimmer Cubicle Pusher, Polish ‘M The House Always Wins, and Baroness X Panty Dropper.
KBShimmer Cubicle Pusher is a purple toned brown holographic polish. Pretty straightforward but it’s pretty! This had good consistency and applied well. This is 2 coats and no top coat.
Hello everyone! Today I have a polish to show you that I received in a swap with another blogger: Firecracker Lacquer A Marriage Marred by Murder.
This is a red based jelly polish with glitters of silver, pink and black, shreds of black. The glitters applied unevenly and the polish as a whole applied thinly. This is 2 coats plus top coat.
This isn’t my favorite polish ever but I like the mix of colors. What do you think?