Morning everyone! I hope you had a fantastic St. Patrick’s Day weekend. 🙂 Today I have a manicure using Zoya Zooey and August, Girly Bits Cosmetics What Happens In Vegas Ends Up on Twitter, and a KBShimmer water slide decal.
I started with Zoya August on my pointer and pinky fingers. August is a cool grey creme polish. Formula is thin and runny. This is 2 coats plus top coat.
On my ring finger, I used Zoya Zooey [gift]. Zooey is a textured peachy pink polish with gold shimmer and iridescent glitter. Formula is good, application was smooth. Shown is 2 coats and no top coat. Continue reading
This manicure was one of those, “I’ll start with these polishes and see where I end up” manis. 😛 Which are actually fun to do because sometimes they really work out and you love them (and yes, sometimes they don’t work out). I first started off with Vapid Lacquer Round ‘N’ Round and Girly Bits Cosmetics Terra [Hella Holo Customs nail polish].
I started off with Vapid Lacquer Round ‘N’ Round [gift] on my pointer and pinky fingers. This is a pink-purple with beautiful copper shimmer. No complaints on formula or application. This is 3 coats plus top coat.
You guys, I’m sad. I’m sad because when I had this mani on, I didn’t take a glow-in-the-dark picture of it. It was amazing and during the night it kept freaking me out. 😛 But I’ll show you the awesomeness of this mani anyway! I used Fancy Gloss Glowing Icicles (Glow-In-The-Dark), Girly Bits Cosmetics Fragments, and Baroness X Topanga Teal.
I started with Topanga Teal on my pointer, middle, and pinky fingers. I believe I used 2 coats for this step. Topanga Teal wasn’t this sky blue in real life, but it wasn’t as blue-teal as I was hoping.
Then on my pointer and middle fingers, I used a criss-cross vinyl pattern and sponged/painted over it with Fragments.
Lastly, on my ring finger and thumb, I used Glowing Icicles. Formula was a bit thick on this, but that’s understandable considering the amount of glitters in this polish. I believe I used 2 coats plus top coat.
I adored this mani, I think I wore it for a whole week because it was just fun looking! 😀 What do you think?
Morning everyone! Did you have a wonderful weekend? It was pretty grey and gross here, and unfortunately the whole week is shaping up to be the same. I can’t wait for nice spring weather! At any rate, I have another Pick Three Polish post for you today with Girly Bits Cosmetics Lack of Pies, China Glaze Kiwi Cool-Ada, Celestial Cosmetics LE September 2015 and some nail art! If you didn’t get to see the last Pick Three Polishes post, I have so many polishes sitting untried, that I started to just randomly pick 3 polishes, swatch them, and try to do nail art with them!
Girly Bits Cosmetics Lack of Pies is a multi chrome holographic polish that shifts from sage green to emerald green to blue. (Shown above in light box conditions and in the shade. Shown below in full sun.) Continue reading
Hi everyone! This is a post a long time in the making, because I wanted to be able to use and review Sweet Lacquer Nail Vinyls as a normal customer would, in regular manis. So this is going to be a longer post with a few different manis!
I’ve been having trouble with nail vinyls lately and Sweet Lacquer offered to send me a variety of their vinyls to try out. What impressed me right off the bat is that on the back of each vinyl sheet is basically a mini business card – their name, website, and what that sheet of vinyls is – as pictured above and below.
This is seriously genius because though I don’t use nail vinyls a lot, there have been times when I’ve used up a whole sheet and thought, “Now darn it, who made this and what was it called?” So, from a consumer standpoint, I wish all nail vinyl makers did something like this. It’s so useful. Continue reading
Good almost afternoon! I’m working on this post one handed (baby in the other arm), so excuse any typos! Last night I started off with a bunch of polishes with the intent of doing a St. Patrick’s day watermarble but nothing was working. So I decided to go simple with some water decals from KBShimmer, a creme polish from Pretty & Polished, and a crelly from Girly Bits Cosmetics.
I used 2 coats of P&P Pine Over Me [press sample, previously swatched], then used these decals from KBShimmer on top. On my thumb and ring finger, I started with a coat of a white Glitter Gal (can’t remember the name!), and used two coats of Girly Bits Cosmetics Eggnogoholic on top.
Eggnogoholic is such a beautiful polish, it deserved a close up!
Even though it’s a fairly simple mani, I do love how it turned out. 🙂 I hope you have a great St. Patrick’s Day – maybe you’ll see a rainbow and find a pot of gold!
Hi everyone! I’m so excited to be showing you this polish today so I’m just going to jump right in. Today I get to show you Girly Bits Cosmetics Sprout And About, an exclusive polish to the March edition of A Box Indied. The March edition is called Spring Theory; it includes polishes from Girly Bits, Black Cat Lacquer, Contrary Polish, Fair Maiden, and Crowstoes.
Sprout And About is a cool minty green holographic nail polish with a metallic finish and silver holographic flakes. This is 2 coats plus top coat. (Please excuse my kitty scratch!)
Formula on this was really beautiful – went on smoothly and had good coverage. I was pleasantly surprised that the flakes didn’t stick up off the nail.
If you’d like to see photos of all five polishes, you can check out posts from the 5 permanent bloggers for A Box Indied: Cosmetic Sanctuary, Pointless Cafe, My Nail Polish Obsession, Nailed the Polish, and Ermahgerd Perlish.
The pre-order is at Llarowe.com from March 1-4th; it is priced at $50 USD, free shipping with in the US. Overseas shipping will vary. There will be a giveaway the week prior to the launch, and the info for that will be posted on the ABI Facebook page and IG account.
Each month there is five $25 gift cards (one from each participating maker for that month for their own stores) included and those are randomly inserted with one bottle from each maker.
Phew, with all the details out of the way, let me know what you think about this beauty. It definitely has me longing for spring (though our February has been quite nice!).