Saturday, March 25, 2017
Today I have some ultra LE polishes from Moonflower Polish. Story goes...these are essentially oops batches to which I have added extra stuff. I only have a small amount of them because I make my polishes in 5-8 oz batches. One of them I can technically make another 10 oz batch of it, but the other I can't cause I didn't write it down. Basically, if you like them, you need to get them now!
That's my face you guys...with a filter and lots of makeup. Anywhoo, I want to start posting about other stuff besides nail polish so I figured I might as well start with the other thing in my life that's just as high maintenance as mah nails...mah hair! I kid...for the most part my hair is in a messy bun and au naturel. But I did dye it blue back in October 2016, after trying a purple/teal combo in August 2016 that failed (and I now know why so I'll probably attempt it later). It's been blue all this time and I often get asked how I keep it that way, if it's hard to maintain, and if I have to bleach it all the time. Well the answer to that is no, because I use Overtone every time I was my hair.
Friday, March 24, 2017
So my life got a little crazy the past 2-3 weeks and I am way behind on blogging. It's been over a month since my last post. I have like 5 post drafts just waiting to be finished, so I do have content I just haven't had the time! Anyway, here are my swatches of the Moonflower Polish Rainbow Cremes and Day & Night Duo as promised.
Disclaimer: Since I made these, I obviously think they are great and can't provide an objective review. That's why I suggest you check out the ladies who reviewed these for me in their blogs, for actual opinions. They are Lacquer Expression, Sloppy Swatches, Copycat Claws, and The Dot Couture.
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
What's up readers?! I know...I know, it's been forever since I last posted. I promise you I am not abandoning this blog. I've been crazy busy working on the stuff that's on mah nails in that pic above! It's taken months of testing but they are finally ready! Presenting...Moonflower Polish! A 5 Free brand of handmade, small batch, stamping polish! All done by moi. I mix, I pour, I package, I mail it to you so you can make awesome stamped manis and other nail art...except water marble. But you can fake it with a water marble stamping plate like I did! Read on for more info below.
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
Hey online peeps! Today I have the Eff 2016 collection from Bad Bitch Polish. These 6 polishes pay tribute to people we loss and events that happened in what shall be known as one of the worst years in history. (Not the absolute worse, I know my history, there have been worse years, and the worst year of *my life was actually 2013.) Since Britt herself said it so nicely in my info sheet for the collection, I'm just gonna let you guys know what she wrote!
These 6 polishes are named for just a tiny sampling of the memorable (good, bad, and ugly) events of the year. We've said goodbye to many people who touched out hearts and minds, we've lit uncountable internet firestorms, and the US hosted a very...special...election season.
In honor of 2016 getting the eff out of here, here's the Eff 2016 collection. Here's to 2017- at least it's not 2016.
Tuesday, January 3, 2017
What's up my online peeps!? Guys...I'm really determined to do at least 2 posts a week. We'll see. Anyway, for my 1st post of 2017 I have a small break in between press samples so I wanted to do some nail art. I did both hands too! I did these using the smooshy/saran wrap/watercolor technique. I've done this type of nails before but this time I actually used my stamper to smoosh the colors around on my nails. I topped it off with some stamping using one of my Moonflower Polish prototypes. Check below to see more!
Thursday, December 29, 2016
Today I have swatches and a review of the January Birthstone Duo from Bad Bitch Polish, Garnet Galaxy and Gosh Garnet. Each month in 2017, BBP will be releasing a duo inspired by that month's birthstone. January is Garnet and although they do come in different color variations, Britt chose the more common deep red as her inspiration.