Thursday, December 3, 2009

NOTD - HOLO TIPS




Some of you wanted to know what I used for my holo french tips I showed you earlier. Evil Angel guessed correctly when she said Revvvolution. Wow, this is my first time to use this color and boy is it a stunner. I now see what all the fuss was about when this color first came out. This polish is super opaque, with only ONE coat used on my tips.

For the base, I used my favorite sheer, Diamond Cosmetics - Angelic. I love this base color. It is one of those colors that make your nails look better than they are, lol. It gives a very natural, healthy look to your nails. When I decided to do colored tips last night, I knew I wanted Angelic to be my base color, I just really love that polish. I only used one coat of Angelic, but I wished I would have used two. Oh well, I still like how this turned out.

I'm loving my super long talons ladies, they are just too much fun. And they have me feeling all nail art creative too! I can't wait to get home and dive headfirst into all my nail stuff.









5 comments:

Evil Angel said...

I would have had my Vampy addict membership revoked if I hadn't reccognized Revvvolution on sight. It's one of my favorite holos! You wear it well!

Arie said...

Thanks for the cupcake tutorial , I will try to make one ^_^.
I love the daily dose of sleepy Dinky !!

Brooke said...

wow, is this seriously a Color Club polish?? it's gorgeous!! and covering in one coat? all I can say is WOW! It's stunning :)

thriszha said...

ohh.. u rocks!!

Ange-Marie said...

I just got Revvvolution 2 days ago and I haven't taken it off since. I honestly dont want to take it off for the weekend. I think I'll have heart failure if I go 5 days without changing polish

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