January 20th, 2015 · swatches
New for Valentine’s Day 2015, SinfulColors Love Sprinkles is a pale pink and white glitter filled with hearts. It’s incredibly festive for this love and romance celebrating holiday. The hearts are incredibly fun and easy to apply. The polish is thick with lots of glitter suspended throughout. It wasn’t difficult to get hearts on my nails. Not much fishing was required.
Love Sprinkles is the only limited edition color in the 2015 Flirt With Hearts collection. Of the 8 colors, this one is a must have if you love hearts, glitter or both.
The Flirt With Hearts collection will be available at Walgreens and Rite Aid in February 2015.
The base for this manicure is SinfulColors Gogo Dancer, also from the Flirt With Hearts collection. Gogo Dancer is a bright, shiny, juicy red crelly. This is a fairly standard red, but its also one I can’t get enough of. Application was flawless. Pictured above is two coats.
Layered over SinfulColors Gogo Dancer is SinfulColors Decadent. Decadent is a pinkish red glitter. It doesn’t dry very shiny on its own. Pictured above is one coat.
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These colors were sent to me for review.
Tags: crelly·creme·glitter·hearts·jelly·pink·red·sinful colors·sinfulcolors·white
January 20th, 2015 · home
In honor of National Cheese Day, I broke out my brand, spankin’ new cat shaped cheeseboard by C Wonder, complete with a fish-shaped cheese knife. I’ve been waiting to find an apartment to move into to give this the love it deserves. It was worth every penny.
November 19th, 2014 · swatches
October 22nd, 2014 · swatches
Bissu Red Sea is another color I picked up a few years ago when I was in Mexico. Red Sea is available as part of Bissu’s Mermaid collection. This is three coats of glossy, shiny, glass-flecked red jelly goodness. Like Mysterious Dark, this polish was a dream to apply. Not too thick, not too thin, self leveling.
I found this in a tiny little shop off a side street in Cozumel. It is available on their website here.
Tags: bissu·glass flecked·jelly·red
Bissu Mysterious Dark is a color I picked up from Mexico a few years ago and just got around to trying. This is from Bissu’s Pasión Nocturna collection. I’m a sucker for these fugly goldish brown colors. And when they have little flecks in them? I’m dead. Must have. Doesn’t matter.
Pictured above is two coats. This applied evenly, smoothly, and just like a dream. I found it in a little store off a side street in Cozumel. It is available through Bissu’s website here.