I started looking for this color after seeing it on lots of blogs, and it took me forever to finally come across it. I snatched it up when I found it in an out-of-the-way Walgreens!
Okay, I think this is the last food polish I have to share. It’s Just Add Milk by Whimsical Ideas by Pam. This is the polish that made me try out this brand; it looks just like chocolate chip cookies!
For the next installment of my food polish posts, here’s another Lynnderella – Spumoni! This makes me think of ice cream.
Lynnderella’s Salad Days is another food polish that I couldn’t resist. I’m a vegetarian, so when I came across Salad Days, the name kind of got me.
I’ve noticed that I have a thing for food-related nail polish. One example follows: Candeo Colors Smores polish, which I just picked up recently.
I’ve been pining for Dior’s Tutu, a new release for Spring 2013 that isn’t available yet in the US, so I pulled out Essie’s French Affair to try to soothe myself.
When I was checking out the new Estee Lauder spring collection I was drawn to the coral color (Coral Cult), but I thought it seemed too close to an old Sally Hansen to justify buying. So I pulled out Sally Hansen’s Coral Fever to check.
Over the last few days the weather here was dark and gloomy, so I’ve been wearing a wintery Essie combination of Cocktail Bling and A Cut Above.
The OPI Mariah Carey Collection also included four polishes in a “Liquid Sand” finish, so I picked one to try – swatches of Stay The Night coming up!
OPI’s new Mariah Carey Collection is divided into two parts, the “studio” shades and the “stage” shades (which are the four Liquid Sand colors). I picked up the four normal, “studio” shades over the weekend and I have swatches to share.
Today I have a few pictures of another one of the recent China Glaze Cirque du Soleil polishes, Get Carried Away. It’s a glittery mix that is frankly a little weird.
These are just a couple of pictures of my Christmas nails from this year – I decided to use China Glaze’s Mistletoe Kisses alone, with no extras.
My favorite holiday polish ever is Party Hearty from China Glaze – it’s the perfect mix of big red glitter and smaller green and gold glitter. It came out in 2010, so it’s fun to pull it out each year, sort of a holiday tradition.
I saw a polka dot manicure on Short n’ Chic recently that I liked a lot, so I tried it out myself. It required buying a bottle of OPI’s My Boyfriend Scales Walls to use as the base, but I had been considering that anyway so it provided a good excuse.
I tried out a new combination with Dior Lime – I used a base of Sally Hansen Malt for a “y-gap” manicure, a design used by U.K. nail celebrity Sophy Robson.
I’ve been trying to branch out lately and try the sorts of nail art things that I haven’t done before, so I have here my first moon manicure, using OPI’s Tomorrow Never Dies and Dior’s Grege.