Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Today I have swatches and a review of all the polishes in MidWest Lacquer's For The Love Of Greyskull collection, inspired by She-ra and He-man.
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
I created this look on one hand to work through my untried indies and on the other to show you guys how much I love the Bundle Monster Shangri-la plates and squishy silicone stamper....and M Polish...but you should already know that by now. As usual, check below for swatches, indie review, and video tutorial!
Monday, November 16, 2015
I have a new to me indie to show you guys today! Turtle Tootsie Polish Christmas/Holiday collection is called A Hatchling's First Christmas and it consist of 9 polishes in various finishes. Swatches and the review are below!
Saturday, November 14, 2015
I did some holo splatter nail art for a nail art challenge prompt a few weeks ago. I realized that while I love the challenge prompts for mani ideas, I can't ever manage to post on the day they are due. So you guys get to see them now. Check below for more pics and a tutorial.
Friday, November 13, 2015
Today I have the 2015 Holiday collection from Bad Bitch Polish, inspired by The Grinch! Check below for the swatches and reviews of all the polishes.
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Today I have this super cute, awesome gift set from Northern Star Polish to show you guys. I was thrilled when I got picked to receive this set to review, I'm a big HP fan. The set comes in it's own box, sealed with a golden adhesive ribbon, with the polish and cuticle oil ingredients in the back. It includes 1 full size polish called Protego Totalum, 1 full size container of cuticle oil in the scent Butter Brew, some holographic gold lightning glitter and 2 owl charms in a little star container, and a little charm bottle totem full of red and gold glitter. Check below for swatches and the review, plus some nail art and a video!
Monday, November 9, 2015
A couple of months ago, when Pretty & Polished released the Dsuty Cremes for fall, someone asked in the fan group if they watermarbled. So I tested them out and yes, they do indeed. Since that was a while ago, I recreated it in one finger and a tiny container to show you guys how they spread. Enjoy!
For the original water marble I let it dry and then applied as decals. In the tutorial, the colors didn't come out as crisp, mostly due to the small container and how quickly I was trying to get it done, less drops of color means I have to work faster. The used an empty cuticle balm container to water marble in.
Friday, November 6, 2015
This isn't technically untried so I didn't title it as such, but think of it as the next one in that series. Jawbreaker from Pretty & Polished was one of my 1st indie purchases. I did wear it at the beginning of the year and attempted to stamp over it. It was not good, mainly because I barely knew how to stamp then. Anyway, check below for a review.
Wednesday, November 4, 2015
I belong to an amazing group of women that come together to talk about their love of nail polish and nail art. Our founding member recently and unexpectedly passed so we got together to do nails in her honor. The themes where Floral or Pigs since those are things she loved. For my manicure, I decided to use some products that were made by two ladies in the group, Shinespark Polish and M Polish, stamped with roses from UberChic 1-02. There's a video tutorial and macro shot below.
Monday, November 2, 2015
I have what I consider a nail fail for you guys today. I wanted to create a orange and black damask look but I didn't have any damask stamping plates so this is as close as it got. I've since remedied the situation and got some plates. I did these about a month ago but like usual, I'm posting it now. Because I must be some sort of masochist I actually went and recreated these on one nail last weekend so I could bring you a tutorial. Enjoy!