Tuesday, February 28, 2012

NOTD: Hits Poseiden

Wow this polish is amazing! I can't stop looking at my nails. I took this photo on break at work today, the holographic image is unbelievable. Ive had this polish on for two days now, washed dishes, worked and food shopped....not one chip! I have
Seche Vite top coat on too :) Hope you like it as much as I do

Saturday, February 18, 2012

NOTD-Hits Hera (Holo green)

Hi there !!
Today we are going to a team wrestling tournament where our local high school wrestling team will be competing. All 3 of my boys wrestled for the high school, my youngest graduated last year. The team colors are kelly green and white, therefore I wanted to do my nails in the appropriate colors to support the team. I absolutely love holographic polish. I used the very last of my HITS Hera polish to do my nails last night. I also stamped one finger in white:
This polish is awesome, the holographic effect pops right out at you , especially when the sun hits it. Ill have to buy another bottle since I used it all. Its actually the first bottle of polish that I've ever used til empty! You can purchase this polish on Llarowe's website by clicking here
Leah Ann Llarowe is an awesome seller and very sweet, I'm sure if you shop on her site you'll be pleased.

Hope everyone has a great weekend !

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

NOTD-Julep's Ellen and Nubar's Black Polka Dot

Ohhh I love this mani! I used Julep's Ellen as a base and then one coat of Nubar's Black Polka Dot, and I love how it came out :)
My husband thinks it looks like a lady bug....hmmmmmmmmmmm there's a nail art idea!!
What do ya think??

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Happy Valentines Day! OPI DS Temptation with stamping

Happy Valentines Day to all my wonderful readers! I've done my nails for the occasion using OPI's DS Temptation with hearts stamped in silver. I ordered the OPI polish from Amazon using the gift card my brother gave to me for my birthday, when it delivered I was overwhelmed with how beautiful it is!!! I put two coats with no base on, it definitely needs two coats to make it opaque enough. The polish I stamped with is Pure Ice "Silver Mercedes". This polish stamps really well and looks awesome over so many colors. The stamping plates I used were Konad M-78 and Red Angel  RA-110
I'm sure you've noticed the length of my nails has changed. I put acrylic nails back on because I really do like my nails long. This may be a bit too long , Ill probably trim them a bit, but I'm more comfortable now :)

Thanks for visiting!!

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Fever Lacquer "I Lie For....Only you"

Check this polish out! My friend Casandra over at the Mani-Logues made this polish and I am so thrilled with it! It is a jelly based polish with a shimmer and some black glitter throughout. It dried fast and takes 2-3 coats to get full opaqueness. This awesome polish came in the mail the other day and it came packed in the most original packing!! Cas wrapped it in an infant diaper, how perfect is that? I laughed , it was so cute, I haven't seen a tiny diaper in years! I wish I would've taken a picture of it! Casandra is starting her own polish line and has started a blog dedicated to her new polish, you can find it by clicking here. She is sure to be successful judging on how awesome this polish turned out!
Don't you agree?

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Lynnderella "I Can Afford It"

Superbowl Sunday!! I am of course doing my nails haha , while ESPN is playing on my TV. This is sure to be this way all day long til the game is over. Today I used Lynnderella's "I Can Afford It" over Nubar's "Reclaim".

I also stamped a heart to my accent nail. I love how the Lynnderella polish applied I used a little more than one coat, it covers so well. It has green glitter with some purple, gold mixed in throughout. It covered so well I really didn't need to put the Nubar Reclaim under it. I purchased  this  Lynnderella polish from Llarowe . The Lynnderella polishes are quite popular so be sure to read what Leah Ann has posted on the home page of her website.

Thank you so much for reading!

Til the next post...