Wednesday, December 8, 2010

EYEKO - CHI CHI POLISH FOR GIRLIE NAILS

Ok, be easy on me, my nails are really short. I had to chop them all off for the move. Hopefully they will start growing back in a jiffy though.

I used Eyeko's Chi Chi polish, which is a very light almost mauvey type pink. I used three coats and a top coat of Seche. For a glitter polish this is really pretty smooth to the touch and was an easy formula to control. I like it but I think it almost matches my skintone a little too much but not enough for me to not wear it again, I mean it's GLITTAH after all!!
Some things never change . . . . . :)






For those interested, my old camera was a Canon Power Shot SX110is, my new camera is basically the same thing, just the updated model Canon Power Shot SX130is.

11 comments:

Jackie S. said...

Very pretty, I love it!

jaljen said...

It looks better over Eyeko Punk Pink. I have this and I was disappointed but I have seen it look good as a layering polish.

Megan Harmeyer said...

It's a little disappointing how sheer it is. Maybe it would look better over another pink? Your nails don't look bad - they'll grow back before you know it.

Zara said...

Your nails look quite nice short! I like this polish, too...I think I'd try it over a navy blue.

Danielle said...

yay!! so glad to have you back! looking forward to your upcoming posts :)

Danielle said...

yay!! so glad to have you back! looking forward to your upcoming posts :)

Helen (Nice Things) said...

Glad to have you back, lady. Can't wait to have a proper catchup.

Loving the fact that your first post is a glittah! It makes me happy!

Lucy said...

Love the glittah! The more the merrier. I have to get some of the Eyeko polishes. One of these days I will.

Lily nail said...

love glitter polish !!

ReaderRita said...

Welcome back, Miss Glitterrific!
OMG- I just got a bunch of Eyeko, which so far I LOVE, but I didn't get this one because it looked like it was a dupe for Butter London's Rosie Lee, which I already have (and love). (Does anyone know if it is?)
I love what Zara said about putting this over navy blue- that would be beautiful. I will add: how 'bout over a medium dark gray, like RBL Stormy or CHG Recycle?
And stop fretting- your nails look beautiful!
They look like they're in very good condition.
Cheers! Welcome back again!
Yay!
And...can't wait to see those puppies!!! AWWWWWW...

ReaderRita said...

I used beautiful twice in my post, so I take it back, your nails don't look beautiful, they look GORGEOUS!!!! Yay!

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