Friday, January 23, 2009


My nail polishes have arrived today from Zoya's Nail Polish Exchange I did. I mailed them 16 bottles of crappy, some even dried up, old yucky no good nail polish and in return for a mere $3.00 a bottle (the nail polish was "free" it just cost $3 per bottle for shipping) I got 16 brand new, beautiful bottles of liquid gold!!!!! Please click all pictures to enlarge and really show all their goodness!


Nixxy said...

Oh, DROOL! #:)~~~~~~

itzzzkimmm said...

mine came in too!! I am so in love with my new polishes! <3

Brooke said...

NIXXY - Wipe your mouth dear :)

ITZZZKIMMM - Oh, you did the exchange too! That was a great deal :)

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