Wednesday, August 3, 2011


It's that time again! Tommy started 3rd grade on Monday. He has the year round school, that is why they are starting so early. Probably not gonna be much happening here on my blog this week, so bear with me :)

I got the back pack from my sister's shop. She can ship them, if you are interested her name is Brandi and you can contact her by phone 405-542-3171 or email her at​ or the shops FB page by CLICKING HERE.
They come in different colors and sizes!

Monday, August 1, 2011


Alien Eyes is what Little called this mani when I showed it to him - so that's the name I'm going with.

I painted a white base coat down, then used Color Club's gold crackle polish. Then I added the "alien eye" using black iron on nailheads I found at Michael's.

FYI - No I didn't "iron on" the nail heads, I know someone's gonna ask. I just used topcoat to make them stick.

Tuesday, July 26, 2011


Ahhh, the crowning jewel of the swatches I have shown you. I fell deeply in love with this color. This color is nothing short of AMAZING! I need the rest of the glitter from this collection - I just decided! While it wasn't quite a one coater - once coat did apply way better than most glitters. What makes this color so awesome is the black that is in this. Even after looking at these close up pictures I'm still not certain if this is in a black base or has very small micro black glitter in it. Either way - get this!

This dries to a cool matte look - of course I want my glittah to shine, but I took a picture of this without top coat so you could see the cool matte effect of this one. It is at the very bottom of this post.

One other VERY awesome thing about this polish was that it removed really well too. The glitter is so small that it didn't want to stick to my nails and removed much better.


Ya'll KNOW I liked this one - glittah is my thing! Gems is VERY similar to Lippmann's Happy Birthday. They are almost dupes, but not quite. The glitter colors are a little different and the shape of some of the glitter is different. However, with out a close up photo and side by side comparison, you can't really tell the difference. Shown is 2 coats - and you can see how well this covered.


First off, as I'm sure you can tell from the pictures, the bottles are painted. That is why my nails color looks different. I personally don't like painted bottles, I like to see exactly the color that is inside the bottle for that reason alone, the colors aren't exact.

That being said, I do like the color Fresh Teal. This applied very nice with only 2 coats. Like most neons, it dried to a matte finish. The pictures shown are with top coat.


This is an electric Smurf blue polish. This was a little on the thin side and required 4 coats, you could do three but I liked it better with four. It has some cool shimmer to it that I thought made it look like a waterfall on my nails.


I have really had a thing for orange nail polish this summer - and this might be my favorite I've worn so far. This has a great brightness to it, but it isn't neon orange. This was super creamy to apply. I love this color with my skin tone.


Good morning! Today I have several Milani nail polishes that I want to share with you.

The first one is a holo polish from their 3D Holographic line called 3D. This is a gold holo polish that is beautiful! This applied really nice in only two coats. It has that really chunky look to it, but is completely smooth. I really like that effect.

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