Thursday, November 17, 2011

Recent manicures

**all items purchased by me

Since it has been quite a while since I have posted anything, I thought I would begin catching up by posting "recent manicures" that just happen to date back to before Halloween...oops.

I believe that this one was 2 coats of OPI "Color to Diner For" from the Fall 2011 Touring America collection:



This next one was 2 coats of Maybelline "Notorious Navy" from the Fall 2011 Fashion Week collection:


 And then after a couple of days, I added a coat of OPI "Crown Me Already!" from the 2011 Miss Universe collection on my ring fingers.

 

Now, my nails from a day before a Halloween tea.

2 coats of Sinful Colors "Sugar Sugar"


For the "Witches' Brew" tea that I went to, I added the following (and took in progress pictures):
  • 2 coats of a Pumpkin polish that was black and silver glitter (I had to "place" some of the black glitters)
  • 1 coat Sally Hansen Insta-Dri
  • 1 coat on tips of Wet 'n Wild Ebony Hates Chris
  • 1 coat of Sally Hansen Insta-Dri
  Now for my actual Halloween manicure2 coats of Wet 'n Wild "Sunny Side Up" with one coat of Love & Beauty "Black" (L&B's Black is a mix of fine black glitter and hexagonal glitter in a clear base that is tricky to get even on all 10 nails.) 

The next picture I have is 2 coats of Wet 'n Wild "Buy Me A Drink" from the Fall 2011 On The Prowl collection:

The last picture I have is of 2 coats of Revlon "Sugar Plum"
I also had on Essie's Lady Like from the Fall 2011 Carry On collection, but unfortunately I could NOT get it to photograph at all.  For a little while, I had on Wet 'n Wild "Night Prowl" (Wild Shine formula) on my toes and it did NOT last hardly at all before it chipped and several of my toes had just half a nail's polish on them.  That sucked.

**all items purchased by me
**my opinions are my own
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2 comments:

  1. I like the black glittery one over the yellow! The black glitter has such a cool effect--it reminds me of static on tv haha

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