Morning everyone! If you’ve celebrated Thanksgiving, I hope you didn’t go too overboard and aren’t uncomfortably full still. 😛 Today’s polish is Polished for Days Deephaven, let’s take a look.
Deephaven is a deep blue teal base polish with teal and blue flakes, and shimmer that shifts from blue to purple. Formula was a little thin but it self-leveled well. This is 2 coats plus top coat.
Let me know what you think of this polish!
I haven’t featured The Don Deeva as in a full manicure (you might remember this smoosh manicure) yet on the blog, so I guess it’s high time I did! Today’s manicure features The Don Deeva Varnish I’m Prada You’re Nada, Polished For Days Bali [gift], and Dreamland Lacquer Coral of the Story II [Hella Holo Customs].
The Don Deeva Varnish I’m Prada You’re Nada is a holographic dark purple red base with glitters of blue, purple, and pink along with silver shards. This is 1 coat. Continue reading
Hmmm a fall manicure when Christmas is right around the corner? I know, I know, I’m behind in showing you my manicures. But oh well. At least I’m showing it to you in the same year I had it on my nails! 😉 For this manicure I used: CrowsToes Nail Color Orange-Blooded, Polished For Days Son of a Nutcracker [gift], Vapid Lacquer Sweaters ‘N’ Denim, and OPI Going My Way or Norway?
I started off with 3 coats plus top coat of CrowsToes Nail Color Orange-blooded on my thumb and pinky. This is a navy blue jelly polish with glitters of orange and a deeper orange. 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