Sorry international readers... I need to find out more information on shipping nail polish internationally before I open a giveaway to you... I'm scared. If someone has had good or bad experiences shipping internationally you should email me about it Drama(dot)Ocelot(at)gmail.com... help me to not be afraid... or justify my fears.
Onto the POLISH!!!
So this is probably not the newest polish, but I got super excited because I hadn't seen it in any of my Sephoras until last week. I have been waiting for this feather stuff!
I decided it was also time for a giveaway, because any of you who actually read my book length posts deserve a medal... or free stuffs. I am going to try to do a little giveaway like this once every couple of months, because its really easy to just buy two of a lacquer and it will give me an incentive to stay current with trends. I never really buy the newest latest and greatest... Im usually just hunting for stuff that I like, and then I jump on the bandwagon later and act like "OMG look what I finally found out is great!" its kind of lame when you think about, try not to think about it.
So I didnt know what underwear to use with this...
I tried sans underwear
This is two to three coats of Edinburgh... I say two to three because it was two with some retouching on both the first and second coat... by the way, this is a lumpy polish...
Then tried American Apparel T-Shirt (my favorite white undies), Essie Haute as Hello (one of my favorite peachy colors that kind of matched the orange bar glitters), Ciate Cream Soda (a nice neutral light gray), Kleancolor Lake Mist (the only powdery blue shade I have... mental note: go buy a cream powder blue polish), and Orly Chocolate Martini (because I thought "Hey, why not try an intense coppery color... why not?"). Before and After
So I hate the way it looks over the copper, I like the how the orange and blue glitter pops over the white, and the glitter seems to fade over the orange and blue polish...
This is what I ended up going with!
I thought the glitter looked really nice against the gray... and I wouldve used an orange stamp but it didnt show up very well...
I think I like this polish best on its own, especially since thats when it looks the most like feathers. It does layer up pretty quickly but the only drawback is how lumpy it gets.
So what do you think? Want to win a bottle? Good Luck!
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By the way, I had to chop off all my nails because remember my last post where I talked about buffing my nails down? Yeah, well apparently you shouldnt peel your splitting nails then buff them until they are paper thin and then go partake in strenuous hand labor... apparently.