Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Hello, again!

Hello friends! As you may or may not have noticed, I took a little unannounced break. I'm back, again! Today, to intro myself back I want to share with you some fun nails that some friends and I did one night in my kitchen!

Every once in awhile it's fun to get together to share the pretties that you've accumulated. Since the indie polish universe has so much to offer, it's fun to share and compare your stash with friends.

One Saturday night I had a couple friends over, Erin of ICE Polish and my dear friend Lisa (yes, I take the blame for her polish addiction) came to play with polish!

Let's take a look at what we did!

Erin's Nails

Lisa's Nails

My Nails

A little bit of stamping, a little bit of glitter, some striping tape and TONS of fun! 

Fall is here, friends and I am excited for all that the rest of the year has to bring!

Monday, September 1, 2014

ICE Polish - One Offs collection

What a fun and diverse collection I have for you today. My dear friend Erin has been so patient with me as I am trying to get back on my blogging "feet" so to speak. These 5 polishes were introduced to her collection on August 22nd. This is a collection of super fun, "One off" shades. 


MMM...Kale is a black jelly base packed with emerald shimmer, so much so that it makes the polish look green and not black. It also has lots of bits and pieces of green glitter.

In my photos I am wearing 3 coats of Kale and one coat of Seche Vite.


Toothless is a sheer black jelly base with neon green and blue glitters in hex, diamond and circle shapes. 
In my photos I am wearing three coats of Toothless and one coat of Seche Vite.

Sunset Skies

Sunset Skies is a very sheer, tomato red jelly that is full of yellow, pink and lavender glitters in lots of shapes and sizes. This one takes a little dabbing to get the glitters spread out, but with the jelly base, it's easy to apply.

In my photos I am wearing three coats of Sunset Skies, one coat of Gelous and one coat of Seche Vite.

Peacock Be Trippin

Wooooooo, Peacock be Trippin is one lovely teal polish. This is a deep teal base, with holographic effect and an awesome pink/purple shimmer thrown in.

In my photos I have on two coats of "Peacock" and one coat of Seche Vite.

White Trash

This is my favorite of the collection. I love the fun mix of all the glitter shapes and colors in this white crelly base. Something that I have noticed about Erin's white crellys is that they are borderline opaque and really easy to work with. What that means is that you don't need a million coats to get your color!

In my pictures I am wearing two coats of White Trash and one coat of Seche Vite.
Another fun note about this polish...there's a little bit of EVERY one of Erin's glitters in this polish, hence the name White "Trash".
Check it out!

(there's a cute heart hiding in there...can you see it?)

All in all, I think this collection is a winner for sure! The formula for all of them is ultra easy to work with aside from a little bit of glitter fishing and dabbing. All of these colors are available now, in the ICE Polish Etsy shop. Get yours now, while you still can!

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