Monday, February 2, 2009


Again, killing two birds with one stone here. I picked out Carolyn NY - Frankie Joins the Navy. This color was very strange. It was really dark in the bottle, verging on almost black. I picked it because it was the closest thing to black that I had in my untrieds. However, when I applied the first coat it was SHEER, even after a second it had a sheerness to it! How can this be so dark in the bottle and come out looking so sheer? I used two coats of Frankie. I forgot to snap just pics of Frankie though, I guess I was really excited about laying Claire's - Slime over the top!

Claire's - Slime was really, really thick! This color has a very green clear base to it with chunky, different sized holo glitter in it. I suggest you all run out and get this color - STAT! I LOVE this polish with a passion! The thickness can easily be thinned down, but with all the glitter I kind of liked it a little on the thick side, I think maybe it helped grab and hold lots of the glitter to the brush. To top it all off, this is smooth! No grittiness in site with this color ladies. I can't say enough about this mani! I think Frankie was the perfect under color, since it wasn't so dark it helped keep that sort of teal, greenish blue tint to this mani. Come on gals, tell me what you think of this beauty!!

Also, the blurry pictures were kept to show off all that holo bright shiny - ness!


Olga said...

Love it! i have to get one of those Slime bottles, it looks gorgeous and you could layer it with colors other than black.

Brooke said...

OLGA - I wish i could have captured all of Slime's glory on camera, but I didn't. Go get you one and you can see what I mean!

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