For those of you keeping track, the teabag nail repair method is AWESOME. That is all.
This color was released as part of the Summertime (2011) collection. I’ve heard it’s a dupe for OPI’s Pamplona Purple. I don’t have that shade, so… yeah…
Can any of y’all tell I took that pic with my smartphone? I am so sad. My camera apparently eats batteries (it feels that way. I imagine it’s because I take 100’s of pictures). So, I’m currently without my real camera. I want a DSLR dammit. Or at least some rechargeable batteries. And these batteries are so odd, I have to go to a battery or camera store to get them. WTF.
While I’m sitting here waiting for the Hubs to throw on some damn clothes and take me to the casino, I decided to stamp a design (IKR?! I’m excited too). When I said “a” design, that’s exactly what I mean:
That’s China Glaze Millenium. Freaking awesome.
I need more stamping plates.
By the time you read this, hubs and I will be at the casino. I know, we’re always at the casino. This time we’re staying a couple of days WOOT. Do people even say “WOOT” anymore?
Either way, I decided it was high time I cracked into some water decals that I purchased from evilBay a few months ago. (I have another pack that I’m waiting for football season before I whip them out on my unsuspecting readers).
Back to the ramblings… we will be in Biloxi tomorrow through Tuesday. If you’re in town, stop by. I can usually be found at the roulette wheel. If I’m not there, I’m in the poker room. 😉
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I put on a coat of Zoya’s Soho Punch (which is really sheer and meant as a layering polish) to pink up my nail beds. Then, I painted the french tip in white. Then, I did the water decal placement.
I had way too much free edge on a few nails (I’m looking at you, ring finger…) for this particular design. But it’s really fun. And it looks great in real life.
Have a great week everyone!
Welcome to Pink Wednesdays!
I’m back in action and ready to roll so let’s get on to the polish, shall we?
Zoya describes Cassi as a “peachy-pink with coral tones and sparkling white gold shimmer.”
I like it. This is three coats with a coat of Seche Vite.
I invite you to journey back with me to my first Zoya polish ever.
Pretty sure I bought this in early 2000’s. 😉
Yes, it’s a terrible picture. You know those times when you think you have sense in your head? This was one of them.
Anyhow, I have about half a bottle left. It’s gloopy and it laughs in the face of polish thinner. I keep it for sentimental reasons.
I best describe it as a pinkish brown (tan?) color. Zoya describes it as a “light brown creme with peach overtones.” Either way…
I got in a lot of nail mail today. I woke up, and it was sitting on my desk.
Yeehaw, I say.
This is Zoya Dannii from the recent Intimates collection. I’ve been eyeballing this girl for a while, and I’m really glad I decided to get it when Zoya was doing their Earth Day promotion. I got five other colors too. :X
This is three coats and a coat of Seche Vite. It’s easily a two-coater, but I sorta messed one up and had to put a 3rd coat on. My bad.
I may have to miss Pink Wednesday tomorrow because I just don’t want to take this off.