Friday, April 3, 2009

HOW I KNOW I HAVE A NAIL POLISH PROBLEM. . .

because I bought this big ass box (1200 ft coil) of cotton to use for removing nail polish and didn't think twice about it! I even added a nail polish bottle on top to show the size.
Got this on sale at Sally's for $11. Obviously this is meant for use in a salon, but I go through cotton like there is no tomorrow!


So now I ask you ladies to fill in the blank:
How I know I have a nail polish problem___________________.


What nail supplies do you ladies buy in bulk?

14 comments:

Nessa said...

How I know I have a nail polish problem: I hide new purchases from my boyfriend!

Haven't bought anything in bulk yet except for different color polishes!

Brooke said...

NESSA - I am guilty of the hiding factor too! I do buy my nail polish remover in big bottles at Sally's too. I should have taken a couple pics of that too :)

Rai said...

LMFAO! Well geez, Brooke.

I've never brought anything in a bulk besides candy. lol =/

Brooke said...

RAI - Your's should be: how I know I have a candy addiction is.....! lol
YOu don't buy any beauty supplies in bulk?

Rachel said...

I'm a hider too. :) I bring new polishes home and mix them in with my stash so my fiance doesn't notice.

On the VERY rare occasion that he asks about a polish he hasn't seen before, I give him the old "What, this polish? I've had it for a while now!" line. :)

Brooke said...

RACHEL - If your man can tell a new pink from and old pink then he is doing pretty good!! lol My bf usually says "don't you have that pink already?" lmao

Smoochiefrog said...

I did a post entitled similarly. You can find it here. True story.

Brooke said...

SMOOCHIEFROG - LMAO!! That was pretty cute! I did this post once before, I love hearing what fellow nail polish crazies do :)

The Pretty Brown Girl said...

I know I have a nail polish problem because I'm moving my lotion and deodorant from my dresser to make room for my 3 cute baskets of polish. 6 months ago, I could fill one. This addiction hit me hard and fast! Oh God, what have I become??

*dramatic lifetime movie network wall slide*

Lucy said...

I buy nail polish remover in bulk. How I know I have a nail polish problem: Going from a small drawer in my dresser to 6 large containers. Also scouring web sites with storage containers.

Velvet said...

How I know I have a nail polish problem? What problem?! (sittng with 6 bins of polish around me)...lol!! I've been known to hide too! I did it last night...lol! I had my hair appointment and picked up a couple of opi's. They had a buy one get the second one 50% off. Got to the house and put the bag in my purse. Cause... I didn't want to see, "the look" my man gives me....lol!!

Velvet said...

that word should be "sitting"..lol! sorry, was typing too fast!

The Asian Girl said...

I currently have 2 gallons of nail polish removers (one acetone, one n/a). My stash (and other accoutrements) took over a desk of mine and subsequently got relocated into a former videocassette tape cabinet. The kicker: I learned how to photograph nail polish while interning. Much of my internship was spent in a company vehicle between work sites all over the county, so while my supervisor drove the truck, I would be photographing my polish. (I still got an A for the semester...imagine that!)

Brooke said...

THE PBG - lol at the LMN reference! I love that channel! The movies with crazy, killer women are my faves!

LUCY - I hear ya on the moving them to bigger and more containers! I am in need of some shoe boxes myself!

VELVET - LOL! I know all about the LOOK! I will hide to avoid it myself! :)

THE ASIAN GIRL - I have some big bottles of remover, but I haven't gone to gallon size .....yet!

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