Saturday, January 26, 2013
I'm not announcing my comeback, I'm just going to say...I have some pretty polishes to share with you.
With everything I have on my plate, I just can't blog like I used to. I still do my nails (all the time) and I usually take pictures of them, but I rarely get the time to sit down and edit the pictures. My plan, right now, is to compile my manis over the month and share them with you, in bulk, at the end of the month. Sound good? Here we go. And, like always, all pics are clickable to make bigable!
This was my New Years mani. It's kinda Christmas-y and it's all Winter. I started with a base of Milani Juno. Then, using BM14, I stamped snow flakes using ChG Designer Satin and a random white. To finish it all off, I applied a layer of ChG Snow Globe for a little extra sparkle.
I picked up this gorgeous polish at Ulta while on a "we gotta get out of the house NOW" trip with the bestie. I don't usually even look at the Layla polishes because they're pretty pricey, but this happened to be on sale (and I had a coupon). Layla Ceramic Effects Green Galaxy (CE 54) is a gorgeous, gorgeous deep green jelly with green micro glitter, small round green glitter and big green hexies. This polish wore like iron - definitely worth the money!
I was feeling in a nail funk when I did this and it snapped me out of it right away! I started with a base of Revlon Royal (probably one of my top 10 fave polishes ever). After that, I stamped the pretty flowers using Orly Snowcone and BM224. I added pretty purple rhinestones in the center of one flower on each nail.
This is what I ended up using for the glitter challenge. Let me tell you...this is a mess polish! I started with 3 coats of Orly Fowl Play then added a coat of Finger Paints Twisted (I loves me some flakies!). And because that wasn't enough, I ended up using a coat of Milani Jewel FX in Twilight. I am NOT looking forward to removing this (can you say "foil method"?).
So...there's January. Maybe...if you're lucky...I'll post a review of a couple manis from last year later!