Allay I have Wet n Wild Teal Slowly and See....I love this color!! So much so that I purchased a back up bottle. Isn't it dreamy....lol! This is 2 coats of Teal Slowly and See with a coat of Glossy Glam. The accent nail is Funky Fingers Jawbreaker over a coat of Wet n Wild Blank Canvas, which just may be the most perfect white and for just .99! All Funky Fingers are 3/$5 at 5 Below....if there is one in you area, I would definitely check them out for types of nail stuff. Until next time happy polishing!!
Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Monday, August 19, 2013
When the Sinful Colors Sugar Rush Collection came out earlier this year, everyone was clamoring to get it.... I including me. I was never one to purchase whole collections, but this is one of the few that I decided to bite the bullet and purchase all of them. For .99 at the time, it didn't exactly send me to the poor house.
Any who, I'm wearing Orange Cream, a pastel orange with a very subtle shimmer. The color seems similar to an orange sherbet or creamsicle and I like it. I decided to jazz it up a little and make red dots with Sinful Colors Berry Charm and Wet n Wild Blank Pallet. On my middle finger I added a little stud design and topped it all off with a coat of Just Ricarda Glossy Glam top coat. Over all I was really happy with this manicure. Until next time......happy polishing!!!!
Monday, August 12, 2013
Ok, so I've had these 2 colors that I've been needing to wear for a while now...Breezy Blue by Sally Hansen and L.A. Girl 3D Effects in Brilliant Blue. I had no idea what I wanted to do, I just knew I had to use these two colors, so I decided to do a dotticure. Easy and simple! I love how it came out.
The Breezy Blue is a frosty light blue (which I was oblivious to) because I don't usually do frosts and went on in two easy coats. Brilliant Blue could have easily been a one coater , but I always do two. The dots on the Breezt Blue was done with my set of dotting tools. Everything is topped off with a nice coat of Seche Vite. Until next time....happy polishing!
Saturday, August 10, 2013
This manicure was inspired by someone I follow on Instagram...@madicures. I thought it was cute and wanted to give it a go. I used China Glaze Flip Flop Fantasy and China Glaze Champagne Kisses for the accent nail. I think it came out really cute and I would definitely wear it again in the future. The neon orange took 3 coats and for the glitter accent nail, I used two coats of glitter, a coat of Gelous and a coat of Seche Vite. Until next time....happy polishing!
Friday, August 9, 2013
It's not a holo type of day but I decided to wear one anyway. I have here China Glaze Infra-Red from the Hologlam collection. Love the holo goodness, but I wasn't too fond of this color so you know it didn't stay on long. This was 2 coats with a coat of Seche Vite. I don't know that I will be wearing this on it's own again anytime soon. Maybe I can use it for nail art....we'll see. Until next time.....happy polishing!
Today I have one of my absolute favorite white based polishes. It's Eggnogaholic by Girly Bits. I love, love, love this color. It's a creamy white with gold hex and tiny square glitter. Whenever I want to take a break from the myriad of colors I wear, I reach for this color. This is 3 coats with a coat of Seche Vite. Until next time....happy polishing!
Wednesday, August 7, 2013
This here is Essie Mojito Madness! As you can see it's green. I used to have an aversion to greens until Essie started coming out with few awesome ones. I always thought they looked great on everyone else. The ones I had previously tried were just okay to me. I happened to try Mojito Madness with an accent nail of Orly Sparkling Garbage and I am in love!! I just adore how these two look together. It will not be the last time I wear this combo!! Until next time.....happy polishing!
Tuesday, August 6, 2013
This is a manicure I wore about two weeks ago. It's featuring the new Wet n Wild Pop Art Collection polishes. I purchased them when they were on sale at Walgreen's for $.69 which was a steal. These colors are gorgeous!!! I didn't know which color to start with so, I decided to try my hand at the sugar spun technique. There are several YouTube tutorials for this.
For this mani I used Teal Slowly and See for the base and for the sugar spun effect I used The Clock Strikes Orange, Stand the Test of Lime and Who is Ultra Violet. I did not use top coat on the nails with the sugar spun detail. I absolutely love how these came out, so much that I kept it on for about four days. For some that may not be a big deal, but for someone who changes their polish every other day, it's a huge deal!
Until next time...happy polishing!!!!
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Hey hey hey!!!! I'm backkkkkkk......school is done and I have finally graduated (go me, go me). I have still been buying polish and haven't stopped painting my nails. Well today I have Zoya Darcy for you from the
2013 Zoya Stunning Collection. I absolutely love this yellow. This, like most yellows was a little tricky to apply. A little streaky with the first coat but it evened out nicely at 3 coats. I will definitely be wearing this again.