I’ve always wanted to see what a multichrome textured polish would look like so before I removed Essie Night Owl from yesterday’s post, I added just one coat of Tonic Peacock Parade. The Essie seemed extra textured so I thought it would be a good test for this. Keep reading to see how it turned out.
Hi everyone! Today I have the 6 piece Essie Concrete Glitter Collection to share with you. Essie says, “Conquer the late night scene with new concrete glitters. An Essie first – these six crushed crystal finish nail polishes provide the perfect textured, rocker chic look”.
That’s right, we have a 6 piece textured collection from Essie! I bought this collection from Ebay, they seemed to have the best price and I received them super fast!
I am not affiliated. This is a long post and I do have alot of photos today!!
Hi everyone! I’m back with the next installment of Geekish Glitter Lacquer’s Zodiac Series! This series has a dedicated polish for each sign of the Zodiac and a different glow in the dark (GITD) topper for the four corresponding Elements. Scorpio season just started and with it came the Water Element.
The polishes are only available during the month of the Zodiac it’s attached to. So these two will only be available from October 23 through November 21. However, you will see the GITD topper during all the months that are Water elements.
You can check out Geekish Glitter Lacquer at her new website HERE. These were sent to me to swatch and give an honest review.
Hi everyone! Today’s manicure is an updated, layered look to my last post where I wore Polished For Days Enya, a beautiful shifty multichrome from the September 2018 Autumn Equinox Collection. For today I added Seraphine from the same collection. You can find both of these plus alot of other beautiful things on the website HERE. I am not affiliated.
Hi everyone! Today’s manicure is a stunning, shifty multichrome from Polished For Days. If you know me, you know I love taking pictures of shifty polishes, so there are quite a few photos today!!
This polish was part of the Autumn Equinox Collection last month and it is still available to purchase as of my writing this post! You can check this out plus all the other beauties up for sale HERE. I am not affiliated.
Hi everyone! Today ‘s manicure is a recent Sample Batch from Pahlish. She sold this a couple weeks ago as a mystery but had some stickers left over so put it up for sale in her shop until it’s gone. This comes with a cute mummy sticker that Mr. Pahlish designed. You can find this and other great colors from Pahlish HERE. I am not affiliated.
Hi everyone! Today I have for you one of the LE Halloween polishes from Pure Ice. You can only find this brand at Walmart. I found a side endcap display in the Halloween section (not the nail polish area) of my Walmart. There were 5 LE polishes and a glow in the dark topcoat. I am not affiliated with Walmart or Pure Ice.
Hi everyone! I have another Holiday 2018 collection to show you today. This time it’s from China Glaze and guess what? There is not a creme finish in the whole collection! We have shimmers and ultra holo glitter and glass fleck and a glitter topper but not a single plain creme! I love it!
I actually found this collection at Rite Aid the other day! I’d never seen a new China Glaze collection there before but I had to clear out the whole display and buy the whole thing! This is another long post with a lot of photos!
EDIT: When I got this collection it wasn’t available at PolishPick.com but it is now! Check them out and tell them I sent you!!
Hi everyone! Today I have my swatch and review of all 15 polishes in the new OPI Holiday 2018 collection! This is based on the Disney movie The Nutcracker and the Four Realms. I bought this collection at PolishPick.com. You can find them HERE.
I have a lot to show you and A LOT of pictures! I usually break these collections up into two posts and you will see why here. I like to show off each polish in different lighting so I end up with so many photos! I decided to go ahead and post it all in one post, but it is long! Let me know in the comments if you have a preference for large collections, all in one post or break it up into two. Let’s get started!